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Fine Art student Louise Riou-Djukic reviews the imaginative and playful elements of our latest exhibition in The Gallery, 'good things come...'. On until Sat 4 June 2016 and curated by Kevin Hunt and Hannah Jones, the show kicks off our Sculpture Season.
Following a very successful performance piece entitled 'Tying Knots' in the city centre last week, we sat down with third year BA (Hons) Fine Art student Elena Brake to talk knots, strangers and her plans after graduating from the college.
Soaking up inspiration from design studios, 44flavours and Pentagram and braving the wet weather visiting iconic museums and art galleries, BA (Hons) Graphic Design Programme Leader Neil Leonard reports back on his students trip to Berlin.
BA (Hons) Fine Art student Louise Riou-Djukic reviews 'The Earth is Our Radio', the latest exhibition at KARST. Bringing together seven international artists whose works are informed and inspired by peripheral urban environments, this show is one you don't want to miss.
BA (Hons) Painting, Drawing and Printmaking students launched their first Crit Club session last week with Q-Art director Sarah Rowles. The club invites students from across the college to network and critique each others work with the aim of removing the stigma surrounding critiques and encourage cross-collaboration.
With guest speakers Jheni Arboine, Matt Roberts and Adam Milford creating lively debates, this year's Student Conference – hosted by our Painting, Drawing and Printmaking students – had artists, students and the public getting involved. Student Karly-Martine Buckley reports back on the event.
From sculptures made of knives to the abstract female forms of Sarah Lucas, BA (Hons) Fine Art students Vesislava Zheleva and Louise Riou-Djukic describe their experience at the 2015 Venice Biennale ‘All the World’s Futures’.
BA (Hons) Fine Art grad Andy Cluer reviews Joey Holder and Viktor Timofeev's "must-see" collaborative show at KARST, 'Lament of Ur' – encompassing sculpture, computerised games, prints, video, ‘natural’ and industrial objects
With everyone getting into the Christmas spirit, December is a month packed with things to see and do in Plymouth, with lots of Christmas markets selling local produce and exhibitions showcasing both international and local artists – don't miss out!
Award-winning advertising creative and writer of 'Under the Skin', Walter Campbell visited our students to give an inspiring talk on working in the industry, how he started out in film and advice on making your mark on the world.
London-based designer and ceramicist Ian McIntyre held a talk and demo for our crafts students – discussing his practice and demonstrating plaster mold making in our studios – whilst visiting our Gallery where his piece 'A Ton of Clay' was exhibiting as part of the touring show, Jerwood Makers Open 2015.
Exhibiting 86 events with over 400 local, national and international artists throughout the boundaries of the city, Plymouth Art Weekender saw empty buildings and unusual spaces transformed into a city wide arts hub exclusively for a three day event. BA (Hons) Fine Art grad Andy Cluer, reviews for us.