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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

Northern Soul

Wednesday 12th November 2014

An introduction to forthcoming film Northern Soul, and an exhibition of paintings inspired by the genre, by Plymouth artist and Northern Soul … Continue Reading

Poetic, insightful and exquisite cinema – Nick Cave’s 20,000 Days On Earth

Wednesday 22nd October 2014

https://youtu.be/VM-p8VPpWOQ

20,000 Days on Earth, British artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s film about songwriter and performer Nick Cave, is an outstanding example of its genre. This comes as something of … Continue Reading

Liverpool Biennial 2014 Review

Wednesday 15th October 2014

PAC Home, Plymouth Arts Centre’s artist support network, offers opportunities for emerging artists in the region to interact with and learn from other artists nationally. This allows our talented … Continue Reading

Review of Walk On Plymouth Launch Evening

Wednesday 8th October 2014

Walk On Launch Evening
Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, and the Plymouth College of Art Gallery
3 October 2014

Review by Nathaniel Bannister

The act of travelling … Continue Reading

Charlie Woolley’s Biker Movie Marathon

Wednesday 1st October 2014

The biker movie has long been considered a pariah by those who do not believe it should be considered alongside more “serious” kinds of movie. This is something that artist … Continue Reading

Cinema in an Outstanding Landmark

Wednesday 24th September 2014

A “really outstanding landmark, comparable to the Royal Festival Hall and Coventry Cathedral” and not normally open to the public is the setting for one of a series of film … Continue Reading

Wine to Help You Sing in Tune

Wednesday 10th September 2014

It’s not often that a bottle of wine or two can help you to sing in tune, but our new artist’s commission manages to do just that.

New limited edition labels on bottles … Continue Reading

Art Makes Children Powerful: Art Party Review

Wednesday 27th August 2014

Having exhibited in Plymouth Arts Centre almost a year ago it made sense that Bob & Roberta Smith’s Art Party would take place here as well. Uniquely the … Continue Reading

The Making Of Boyhood

Wednesday 13th August 2014

In an era where instant gratification is the norm, the forward-planning, patience and dedication of the cast and … Continue Reading

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