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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.
We pick out some of the best filmmakers and animators to look out for at INHALE / EXHALE, our Pre-Degree Show 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.
In the second of our new series of Alumni Shorts, we sit down with Sad Ghost Club founder and BA (Hons) Illustration graduate Lize Meddings. We find out more about Lize's process, practice and passion for illustration, as well as some top tips for aspiring illustrators.
We sat down with Jamie Billing, designer, innovator and Programme Leader on our BA (Hons) Product Design & Innovation programme, to talk design evolution, why the college’s facilities are so crucial and what to expect from his graduates.
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.
We sit down with music photographer and BA (Hons) Photography graduate Andy Ford – discussing his big brand commercial work, his stunning personal practice, why he chose to study at the college, and why Plymouth is a location packed with possibility for creative minds.