PAC Home Events

PAC Home Events are free to PAC Home members

Ongoing

1-to-1s
Tailored sessions for PAC Home members with professionals and guests. Contact the PAC Home Coordinator to arrange a session: pachome@plymouthartscentre.org

Residencies
Studio residencies in the Batter Street space. For more information click here.

Forthcoming

PAC Home supper club with Plymouth Platform 2017 mentees Rosie King and Laura Edmunds
Friday 17 November 7pm

Conor Wilson : PAC Home Talk
Wednesday 13 December 6pm. £3/ Free for PAC Home Members
‘Writing making / making writing: re-taking the side of things.’ Wilson is course leader for MA Ceramics at Bath School of Art & Design. He has recently completed an AHRC funded, practice-based PhD at the Royal College of Art, entitled ‘Writing Making: Object as Body, Language and Material’.

PlymouthGoSee – VAP Activators report back on travel bursaries
Wednesday 22 November 6pm – 7.30pm.
Join Visual Arts Plymouth – VAP Activators Lucy Rollins, Rachael Allain & Rachel Dobbs for presentations about their recent “GoSee” bursary trips to Folkestone Triennial & Glasgow.

Selected VAP Activators have been supported to take research visits to nationally / internationally important art events or city-contexts to focus on:
– professional development
– extending professional networks
– meet & discuss best practice for delivery of large-scale arts projects & events with experienced professionals
– making strategic contributions that strengthen the visual arts ecology in Plymouth

In this presentation, you can find out more about what they found out on their visits:
Folkestone Triennial – Rachel Dobbs and Racheal Allain
Glasgow – Lucy Rollins

PAC Home supper club with Cooking Sections
Saturday 13 January 6pm
Cooking Sections (Daniel Fernández Pascual & Alon Schwabe) is a duo of spatial practitioners based in London. It was created to explore the systems that organise the world through food. Using installation, performance, mapping and video, their research-based practice explores the overlapping boundaries between visual arts, architecture and geopolitics. Their residency at Plymouth Arts Centre is part of their long term research project CLIMAVORE. www.climavore.org