The coronavirus is enforcing an accelerated innovation in art as artists and the art world respond. Adia Wahid looks at the new environment
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The THG has got Arts Council and Nat Lottery funding for an exciting new phase to engage more people with enriching art and culture
New report showcases arts and cultural sector’s role in embracing the global challenge in the fright against climate change
Lucy Hale has been named as the BSO Change Makers Young Composer-in-Association, to work with James Rose in helping to develop repertoire for the new BSO ensemble.
Plymouth College of Art awarded Sir Nicholas Serota an honorary fellowship who spoke about the role that the college had in growing the creative industries
The Thelma Hulbert Gallery has received a major new funding stream from Arts Council England to support the gallery’s education and learning programme
Becky Dodman’s Knitwear project Metamorphosis is on show at Plymouth College of Art
Jerwood Open Forest is an opportunity for visual artists to propose ideas for a major new £30,000 commission to be realised anywhere within England’s Public Forest Estate
Plymouth History Centre is set to be the biggest single gallery in the south west for Mayflower 400 in 2020 with £4 million capital investment from Arts Council England
A guide to help make arts and cultural venue become more accessible for people who are living with dementia and their loved ones has been launched
The Regional Touring Network promises high-quality drama throughout England at an assortment of great venues, including the Exeter Northcott
Plymouth hosted the 31st Lucy and Jorge Orta’s 70 x 7 The Meal on Halloween, Saturday, October 31, to run alongside the exhibitions at Plymouth Arts Centre (PAC) and Plymouth College of Art (PCA).
The Exeter Northcott is hosting the English Touring Opera’s Handelfest – five Handel Operas in five nights, including a digitial firework display