Art Review: Gideon Mendel ‘Drowning World’

Tuesday 17th February 2015

Gideon Mendel’s Drowning World is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre until 15 March 2015

The camera is a recording device that can capture the fleeting, bear witness and act as … Continue Reading

Film Review: Birdman

Tuesday 10th February 2015

After announcing himself with Amores Perros in 2000, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s Babel marked his transformation from darling of world cinema to respected Hollywood auteur. That film’s glacial pace and emotional … Continue Reading

Film Review: Leviathan

Tuesday 27th January 2015

One of the most important films to come out of Russia in recent years, Leviathan is visually majestic, philosophically illuminating and hauntingly poignant. … Continue Reading

Review: London Arts Week 2014

Friday 16th January 2015

Thanks to a bursary from Plymouth Arts Centre’s Artist Support Network PAC Home Laura Hudson went to London to visit Frieze and the Other Art Fair on November 10, 2014…. Continue Reading

Review: The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands

Friday 16th January 2015

This January Plymouth Arts Centre held a sold-out screening of The Battles of Coronel … Continue Reading

2015 Top Five Films

Tuesday 23rd December 2014

Plymouth Arts Centre Film Programmer Anna Navas selects her films of the year

I thought this … Continue Reading

Frieze Art Fair 2014 (Part 1)

Tuesday 16th December 2014

There was a lot to navigate, so the map I was given on entry was indispensable. I worked my way through Frieze art fair methodically, starting at A1 and ending … Continue Reading

Review: Hamish Fulton Group Walk,

Tuesday 9th December 2014

Saturday 6 December, 10am – 12 noon
Plymouth City Centre

Well, that was exciting. I’ve never been part of an artwork before. Together with the other 159 participants in Hamish Fulton’s walk, … Continue Reading

Holiday by Mistake

Tuesday 2nd December 2014

Plymouth Herald’s Emily Smith tells us why Withnail and I is one of her favourite films.

Withnail and I is a classic – it’s also one of those films that you … Continue Reading

Walk On Exhibition Review

Tuesday 2nd December 2014

My visit to the Walk On exhibition in Plymouth was prompted by my personal interest in walking and the desire to understand what makes contemporary artists use walking as a stimulus for … Continue Reading

Liverpool Biennial 2014 Review

Tuesday 25th November 2014

Artist Kate Paxman’s review of Liverpool Biennial 2014, which was subsidised with a bursary from PAC Home,Plymouth Arts Centre’s artist support network, with donations raised from our fundraising campaign in … Continue Reading

Haunted Cinema in Plympton’s spooky Guildhall

Tuesday 18th November 2014

A chance to see one of cinema’s scariest films in recent years in one of the … Continue Reading

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