Race, Place and Diversity by the Seaside is an exploration of how cultural diversity is expressed along the shoreline of Plymouth and the surrounding area. Taking place from Thursday 8 February to Thursday 22 March 2018, the exhibition is free and open to all.
Nightcleaners (1975) is a documentary made by members of the Berwick Street Collective (Marc Karlin , Mary Kelly, James Scott and Humphry Trevelyan) about the campaign to unionise the women who cleaned office blocks at night and who were being victimised and underpaid.
Following on from 2017’s Tate Exchange takeover we were invited back for their 2018 programme, inspired by artist Clare Twomey’s theme of production. Plymouth College of Art is a Tate Exchange Associate.
Our second-year BA (Hons) Interior Decoration, Design & Styling students recently welcomed interior design traders and guests from associated industries to the first dedicated interior design trade show at Ocean Studios. Read all about it.
BA (Hons) Film graduate, and one part of film collective South of Devon Films, Russell Cleave recently produced a music video for alt-rock bank Gold Key - shot entirely using the facilities at Plymouth College of Art.
British Asian photographer, Suki Dhanda has turned her lens to the changing face of Plymouth’s population for a new exhibition commissioned by The Gallery: ‘Race, Place & Diversity by the Seaside’. The exhibition will be open to the public until 22 March 2018.
Ashley Thorpe, director of the award-winning ‘Borley Rectory’, recently visited the college for a guest lecture and screening of his spine-chilling animated horror documentary about the most-haunted house in England.