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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...
BA (Hons) Illustraton Lecturer Bridgette Ashton created Worth's Folly as part of the city’s Plymouth Art Weekender to commemorate the accidental discovery in 1886 of Plymouth’s Palaeolithic Cattedown Cave.
We catch up with BA (Hons) Illustration lecturer Caroline Pedler following her trips to Italy and Shanghai exhibiting her illustrative work.
From Plymouth to Puebla, we catch up with BA (Hons) Photography lecturer Louise Fago-Ruskin as she returns from an artist-in-residence placement in Mexico to find out more about her practice.
Plymouth College of Art’s Associate Dean Design, Paul Singleton MA (RCA), has been working in Myanmar in Southeast Asia as part of the British Council’s Crafting Futures programme, which supports the future of craft around the globe through international collaboration, by strengthening economic, social and cultural development through learning and access.
Dr Stephen Felmingham, BA (Hons) Painting, Drawing & Printmaking Programme Leader, is appearing on the BBC Radio 4 show Cold Art , speaking to visual artist Louise K Wilson about making artwork inspired by the Cold War.
We sit down with Huma Mulji, Lecturer on our BA (Hons) Fine Art programme and practising artist, to talk taxidermy, the influence of the city and how to stay motivated.
Following the fifth edition of Making Futures, a biennial international research conference exploring contemporary craft and maker movements, we review the event with its curator Malcolm Ferris.
BA (Hons) Photography Pathway Leader and visual artist Mohini Chandra completes her residency in Varanasi, India.
International research conference Making Futures is back for its fifth edition on 21 & 22 September 2017 — we sat down with event curator Malcolm Ferris to talk about this year's themes, and how the conference has evolved.
Our Making Learning: Pop up School and Symposium was streamed from Tate Exchange across our Plymouth campuses, as a creative catalyst for student interaction. Find out what happened during three days of experimental and collaborative inquiry...
From 23-25 Jan we're setting up a pop-up school in Tate Exchange to explore new horizons in creative learning. In the run-up to our Tate takeover, we partnered up with Plymouth School of Creative Arts to host a series of creative briefings with students aged nine through to Postgraduate level study. We caught up with the students involved…