In Residency: a Q&A with artist AJ Stockwell
Wednesday 13th September 2017
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 – …
PAC To The Future: Q&A with Kitty
Wednesday 30th August 2017
On Wednesday 2 August, we were joined by young emerging artist Kitty McEwan of YEA Plymouth, as she toured the gallery providing a lunchtime talk on our most recent exhibition Finding Fanon Sequence.
We caught up with Kitty after her talk to find out more about her practice and …
In Pictures: Finding Fanon Sequence exhibition
Wednesday 2nd August 2017
Images courtesy of Sam Garwood
For more information on this exhibition visit our event page, and you can also read a review of the exhibition from Jessica Wright on our blog.
Art Review: “manifesting issues of race, showing the artists in a post-apocalyptic-like space” Finding Fanon Sequence
Wednesday 26th July 2017
Jessica Wright reviews our current exhibition from artists David Blandy and Larry Achiampong, Finding Fanon Sequence. This exhibition is available to view at Plymouth Arts Centre until 2 September 2017.
Finding Fanon Sequence is the fruit of David Blandy and Larry Achiampong’s shared search for their …
PAC Home Batter Street Residency
Thursday 29th June 2017
Image Credit: Andy Cluer 2017
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 …
“Môr Plastig addresses the state of pollution on our beaches and what we might be leaving for future generations”
Wednesday 17th May 2017
Ben Borthwick, Artistic Director at Plymouth Arts Centre, explores the latest exhibition in the PAC galleries from artist Mike Perry – LAND/SEA (Tir/Môr)
Archaeologists analyse the imprint of humanity on the world. They do this through study of the objects we make, the ways we use those objects …
Art Review: An Ode to the Sea, from Chloe Charlton
Wednesday 26th April 2017
Chloe Charlton is a student of Plymouth College of Art, currently studying a Foundation Degree. Here, she reviews our current exhibition Land/Sea from artist Mike Perry.
An Ode to The Sea
Let me take you on a walk through my experience of Mike Perry’s ‘Land/Sea’ exhibition at Plymouth Arts Centre.
“This was a fantastic opportunity for me” – A volunteer’s diary during the exhibition installation of Land/Sea
Wednesday 12th April 2017
Hi, I’m Brett Lockwood, a 3rd year student of BA Photography at Plymouth College of Art. For many art students the final year of higher education involves an end of year show. Visiting Galleries as much as possible is a necessity to help ideas …