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Whilst in residence here at Plymouth Arts Centre, artist AJ Stockwell has been continuing her research into the fictional society of ‘White Rock’, a utopian society fixated on the production and preservation of porcelain. The founding principle of White Rock was motivated by a desire for material empathy – … Continue Reading
Between March and June of this year, two PAC Home members were selected to be artists in residence at our Batter Street studios after an open call for applications. Andy Cluer (Plymouth) and Rachael Allain (Totnes) worked alongside … Continue Reading
Artist and PAC Home member, Rosie King reviews her experience in Cardiff as a part of the Artes Mundi 7 Away Day which she visited with travel support from PAC Home, Plymouth Arts Centre’s artist support network.
Artists Clare Thornton, Rachael Allain and Sophie Mellor review the British Art Show 8 in Southampton, which they visited with a travel bursary from PAC Home, Plymouth Arts Centre’s artist support network.
I was delighted to receive a travel bursary from PAC Home to visit the British … Continue Reading
PAC Home Library Residency
Plymouth Arts Centre are inviting artists to apply for a 6 week residency in the PAC Home space, with a focus on the PAC Home Library archive, to celebrate Plymouth Arts Centre’s 70th birthday.
By responding to the PAC Home Library, PAC is seeking artists, writers or curators … Continue Reading