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A video response to the current exhibition at Plymouth Arts Centre – True To Size from Heather Phillipson.
Thanks to Aiden, Bec and Dillon for visiting the exhibition and producing this video to document their response to the pieces in the gallery. True To Size will be available to view in the … Continue Reading
Having been involved in the practical and creative side of making art, I was lacking an understanding of how an Arts Centre runs: from funding and curating to marketing and installing exhibitions. This was an opportunity … Continue Reading
Inspired by a photograph of a bombed out church in London by Lee Miller and the rich history of Plymouth’s wartime experience, artist Holly Davey has developed a body of work that captures a moment within Plymouth’s history that is universal … Continue Reading
‘The First Humans’ explores themes of pre-history, evolution and sci-fi imaginings of early man. Curated by Angela Kingston and organised by The Pump House Gallery in collaboration with Plymouth Arts Centre it features the work of Caroline Achaintre, Salvatore Arancio, Vidya Gastaldon, Andy Harper, Ben Rivers and Jack Strange…. Continue Reading
I am a mature student doing a BA in Fine Arts at the University of Plymouth. Before I started my degree I would have called myself a painter – things have changed quite surprisingly as now I am drawn to work with … Continue Reading