London Craft Week will see two highly original events featuring students and academics from Plymouth University
Ten Tors Orchestra & Bath Spa University Chamber Choir celebrate Shakespeare in a gala concert at Minster Church of St Andrew. Philip R Buttall reviews
The enduring influence of William Shakespeare will be celebrated through a series of musical performances, films and talks during the 2016 Words and Music Festival at Plymouth University.
Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University, explores the connection between arts and mathematics in its Conversations Across Art and Mathematics exhibition
Pierre-Emmanuel Largeron & Lindsay Braga (violin), Andrew Gillett (viola), Jane Pirie (cello) at the Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University. Philip R Buttall reviews.
John Akomfrah’s film Tropikos, which explores the darker histories of the River Tamar and was commissed as part of Plymouth’s River Tamar Project has been acquired by the Arts Council Collection
Looking for Alice, by Sian Davey, and Missing Buildings, by Thom and Beth Atkinson, both with links to Plymouth University photography, have been featured in the Observer Books of the Year 2015
A new book of poems inspired by the sea by Caroline Carver with photographs and illustrations by Plymouth Uni students has been published
Music representing the energy of dark matter and performances using brain-computer interfaces and biocomputers will be among the highlights of Frontiers, the 11th edition of the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival.
Pierre-Emmanuel Largeron (violin), Jane Pirie (cello), and Daniel King Smith (piano) were at the Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University for the Nordic Waves performance. Philip R Buttall reviews
Concert violinist Pierre Largeron is organising a series of maritime-themed music concerts at Plymouth University
A recreation of Hollywood’s Chez Paulette from the ’50s and ’60s will pop up at the 2015 Plymouth International Book Festival
Cornwall-based artist Bram Thomas Arnold picked up the Audience Choice Award at the first Plymouth Contemporary Open with his work How To Walk (Parts 1-9)
An exhibition and symposium at Plymouth University highlights the thriving graphic design and communications community active across the South West
Dr Katherine Williams of Plymouth University is exploring the music of Duke Ellington with first ever Jazz Research Fellowship by the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation and the Jazz Education Network