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We’ve had the pleasure of hosting a number of inspirational and innovative exhibitions from a range of international artists in the PAC Galleries this year – we caught up with our staff and volunteers to hear their thoughts on which pieces really stood out for them.
One exhibition in particular was … Continue Reading
Over 21 million people volunteer in the UK at least once a year, and this contributes an estimated £23.9bn to the UK economy. Behind these big numbers is a big contribution, from people who are looking not for self-promotion but in-fact deserve the recognition of this seven day national celebration…. Continue Reading
Image: After Leonardo, Malcolm Le Grice, 2016. Photo: Josh Huxham
This evening I had the privilege of attending a performance of After Leonardo by Plymouth-born Artist Malcolm Le Grice and Keith Rowe at the Peninsula Arts Gallery, located within Plymouth University. As an attendee to the breath-taking show, I found myself … Continue Reading
Helen Tope has written a review of current exhibition Present Moments and Passing Time from artist Malcolm Le Grice. This exhibition is free to visit and open to all from 20th January to 18th March, here at the Plymouth Art Centre galleries.
Watch our Facebook Live broadcast of Malcolm Le Grice in conversation with Plymouth Arts Centre’s Artistic Director Ben Borthwick at the preview of Present Moments and Passing Time on Thursday 19 January.
The exhibition celebrates the innovative and ground-breaking work of Plymouth-born Malcolm Le Grice, and how … Continue Reading
Astro Raggi is in the PAC Galleries until January 7th 2017.
This exhibition begins with the story of Pasquale Quadri. Or rather a story about him. Megan Broadmeadow first heard of the Italian optician, who was also a cinema projectionist, and member of a band, from a lighting … Continue Reading