Part two of our South West Showcase invites Stuart Robinson to The Gallery creating sculptural installations featuring frameworks, structures and illuminated elements that explore our experience of the everyday and how the world is presented to us. Taking place from Wednesday 1 March to Wednesday 5 April 2017, the exhibition is free and open to all.
Join us for an artist talk with Patrick Lowry and hear about his installations that examine our relationship with objects and places. Taking place in our Studio Theatre on Wednesday 15 March 2017, 5.30-6.30pm. Free and open to all.
Join us and Rachel Dobbs in the discussion of South West Showcase artist Stuart Robinson's work and practice, with an opportunity for audience questions. Taking place in our Studio Theatre on Wednesday 22 March 2017, 5.30-6.30pm. Free and open to all.
Introducing the Interdisciplinary Season, featuring new work from international artist Noam Toran, who works across design and art. Toran will turn The Gallery into a theatre space, with props, sculptures, sound and costumes, inviting interaction from the audience. Taking place from Wed 26 April to Wed 31 May 2017.
Winner of the Postgraduate Student of the Year Award, commissioned for the Mayflower 400 and currently developing her own product range Onnen Design, illustrator Ashley Turner moved from Nashville, USA to study on our Masters degree in Entrepreneurship for Creative Practice.
With a mixture of photography, illustration and books up for grabs, final year students on our BA (Hons) Photography programme raised an incredible £2672 at a Print Auction they hosted earlier this month. The proceeds will go towards their Free Range Show in London in June.
Interested in international study? Tatsu Ishikawa is a BA (Hons) Graphic Design graduate who left his home near Tokyo, Japan, to join the college. We talked to him about making the move to study in the UK, how the college helped to make it a smooth transition, and his experience of studying in Plymouth.