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Plymouth's national light festival opened the Mayflower 2020 commemorative year, brightening up the buildings of Royal William Yard, Mount Edgcumbe and the Barbican and Sutton Harbour with work by our talented students.
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The Rotary Club of Plymouth have awarded pupils from secondary schools across Plymouth awards for artworks in their Young Artist of the Year competition.
Students aged 16 to 19 exhibit and sell original artwork in Palace Court Pre-Degree campus
BA (Hons) Graphic Design students Emma Flintham and Brogan Algar, were both shortlisted to win the JDO Raw Award.
Students have begun working with internationally-acclaimed light artist Xavi Bové, as they prepare original work to go on display as part of Illuminate 2019.
Cornwall-based artist, Abigail Reynolds, documents her work with Glass Workshop Coordinator Amy Whittingham and Fab Lab Plymouth Principle Technician Ian Hankey to revive ancient techniques to create kelp glass at Kestle Barton.
Our MA Show 2019 was a roaring success, with a packed-out opening night in celebration of our postgraduate student's hard work and achievements. Check out photos from the night...
A packed out exhibition opening kickstarted artist Matthew Raw's solo exhibition in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, running from 19 September to 16 November 2019, exploring migration, movement and social making through clay. See all the photos from the opening night...
On Friday 20 September, Plymouth College of Art’s Palace Court pre-degree campus for 16 to 19-year-olds will be closed in support of the Global Climate Strike and UK Student Climate Network.
We sat down with BA (Hons) Fine Art student Molly Erin McCarthy to chat IRL vs digital, her favourite tools and the importance of experimentation.