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Part of our Gallery Shorts series, we sat down with one of London's leading portrait photographers and Plymouth College of Art graduate Suki Dhanda to find out the inspiration behind her latest series of work 'Race, Place & Diversity By The Seaside'.
Following a packed out opening of award-winning painter Rose Wylie's exhibition 'History Painting' at The Gallery and Plymouth Arts Centre, we highly recommend you visit the multi-site show, on until 30 May 2018. See all the photos here...
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.
Envisions – a Dutch design collective that showcases anything but the end product – have created an exhibition for The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art that captures their unique process, drive and key participating talents. See the show until Saturday 27 January 2018.
We sit down with artist Matt Stokes, following his show for major visual arts project We The People Are The Work, to discuss his immersive series of video works exploring punk’s legacy of protest and resistance, whilst charting the decline of live music venues in the city of Plymouth.
Two students assisted in the production of internationally renowned artist Matt Stokes' exhibition More Than A Pony Show, as part of We The People Are The Work. We catch up with them to hear about their experience working on this ambitious project.
Discussing the path his career has taken, to his top tips for writing proposals, artist Matt Stokes visited the Studio Theatre to talk with BA (Hons) Fine Art students.
A multi-site major visual arts project, We The People Are The Work runs until 18 November at five venues around the city: The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, The Council House at Plymouth City Council, KARST, Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University and Plymouth Arts Centre.
Until Wednesday 31 May 2017 The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art will host international artist Noam Toran’s solo exhibition The Jungle, the first in a series of immersive works drawing from the traditions of political theatre and performing arts from the first half of the 20th century.
For Part Two of The Gallery’s South West Showcase, artist Stuart Robinson presents ‘Promontory’, an exhibition of sculptural installations utilising ideas and themes including signage, props, scale and model-making. Runs until Wednesday 5 April 2017.
As part of The Gallery’s South West Showcase, artist Oliver Sutherland is presenting ‘And Then…’, a solo exhibition of moving image artworks situated within real-time simulations. The exhibition, which explores possibilities for agency in digital production and the anxieties that spawn from submerging a body within technology, runs until Wednesday 15 February 2017.
As part of our Moving Image season, The Gallery hosted a new installation by Claire Hooper, an artist that works with moving image, painting, performance and sculptural installations, drawing on ancient mythology to produce contemporary layered narratives in her work alongside a performance by Asifa Lahore 'Britain's First Out Muslim Drag Queen'.
On Wednesday 21 September, The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art and LUX, the national agency that supports and promotes artists working with moving image, came together to unveil This is Now: Film and Video After Punk. Check out all the photos from the show...