Beethoven: Innovator, a series of events from The Arts Institute at the University of Plymouth celebrating 250 years is imminent
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Music Forums have been added to the Music Viva series: live-streaming musical evenings featuring live performances and informal conversations
Will Michell and Emma Booth shared their photographic personal stories British Journal of Photography Portrait of Britain competition
The University of Plymouth Arts Institute hosted another winning concert with the Dante Quartet and Bob Taub. Philip Buttall reports
The London Mozart Players riveted a jam-packed multi-aged audience at the Minster Church of St Andrew in Plymouth
The Plymouth Contemporary Artist Showcase 2018 at Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth Uni, features four artist who push the boundaries of their respective fields
The unseen battle between bacteria and antibiotics will be played out through a new composition during the 12th annual Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival, being held at the University of Plymouth in March 2018.
Touching on a dizzying array of issues, Decoding Life is the theme of the 2018 Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival
A selection of works showcasing visions of the past, present and future have gone on show as part of the second Plymouth Contemporary
Organisers of the dementia writing competition which sits at the heart of National Memory Day, the flagship event for this year’s Dementia Awareness Week in May, have announced the shortlist for each of the four categories
Tom Vowler, an award-winning novelist and academic at the University of Plymouth has been shortlisted for the prestigious Commonwealth Short Story Prize
A new report on how art-based research methods could help identify and address food-related problems has been released by the Food Research Collaboration, including work by Dr Clare Pettinger from the University of Plymouth.
Literary and cultural icons as well as crowning of the 2017 Plymouth Mayflower Young Laureate Award are all part of Plymouth Festival of Words, 2017
To mark the 60th anniversary of John Lennon and Paul McCartney’s first meeting, Dr Alexis Kirke – from the University of Plymouth’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research has used a computer algorithm to chart the emotional development of their friendship through their lyrics.