My visit to the Walk On exhibition in Plymouth was prompted by my personal interest in walking and the desire to understand what makes contemporary artists use walking as a stimulus for making art. The exhibition is spread over a number of venues around the city centre encouraging the viewer to walk … Continue Reading
Artist Kate Paxman’s review of Liverpool Biennial 2014, which was subsidised with a bursary from PAC Home,Plymouth Arts Centre’s artist support network, with donations raised from our fundraising campaign in May.
“Established in 1998, the Liverpool Biennial, the UK Biennial of Contemporary Art, commissions and presents work by leading international contemporary … Continue Reading
PAC Home, Plymouth Arts Centre’s artist support network, offers opportunities for emerging artists in the region to interact with and learn from other artists nationally. This allows our talented artists to expand their knowledge and enhance their practice.
We recently provided bursaries for two artists, with money raised during a … Continue Reading
The biker movie has long been considered a pariah by those who do not believe it should be considered alongside more “serious” kinds of movie. This is something that artist Charlie Woolley sought to address with the Biker Movie Marathon, which both embraced and challenged the outsider status of biker … Continue Reading
Having exhibited in Plymouth Arts Centre almost a year ago it made sense that Bob & Roberta Smith’s Art Party would take place here as well. Uniquely the arts centre was the only venue for this year’s event in the Southwest. It started with a joyous afternoon of … Continue Reading
Research and Riso is the PAC Home summer workshop which 5 members have been working on with curator Nick Davies, and overseen by PAC programme assistant Vickie Fear. It will finally take the form of a zine, inspired … Continue Reading