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In our latest Gallery Shorts series, we chat with Eleanor Duffin about her recent solo exhibition 'A Phantom Limb' in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art. From why she was drawn to sculptor Barbara Hepworth to what working with materials means as a woman - watch it now.
Part two of the 2018/19 South West Showcase, we sat down with artist Laura Phillips to talk about the process and inspiration behind her first solo exhibition – watch it now.
Part one of the 2018/19 South West Showcase, Meditations in an Emergency is a show of brand new work by contemporary artist Simon Bayliss – combining rave music and video with slipware ceramics, en plein air landscape painting, and romantic poetry. Watch our Gallery Shorts film with Simon as he discusses the work.
With past exhibitions at Tate Britain and Serpentine Galleries, we sat down with internationally renowned painter Rose Wylie to chat about her working process and her multi-site exhibition 'History Painting' as part of our Gallery Short series.
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'.
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.
Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons are the creative duo behind Glasgow-based textile design studio, Timorous Beasties – whose solo show exhibited in our Gallery as part of our Textile Design Season. We caught up with them in our regular Gallery Shorts series to find out about their niche designs, their working ethos, and the process and inspiration behind the work in the show.
Emma Neuberg is a London-based textile designer whose solo show exhibited in our Gallery as part of our Textile Design Season. We caught up with her in our regular Gallery Shorts series to find out about her multidisciplinary practice, the current state of textiles and fine art, and the process and inspiration behind the work in the show.
In October, eight Design Crafts students curated 'Echo' – a show featuring work from 18 makers from the Crafts Council UK Collection, aiming to reveal the potential to embrace both machine and handmade processes. We sat down with students Fern Robinson, Fran Phillips and Sarah-Jane Rossi to find out about the experience.
Ian McIntyre is a London-based designer whose 'A Ton of Clay' exhibited in our Gallery as part of Jerwood Makers Open 2015 – a unique commissioning opportunity recognising the most exciting new talents in contemporary applied arts. We caught up with him in our regular Gallery Shorts series to find out about working with Jerwood, the current state of craft, and the process and inspiration behind his piece.