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Tim Etchells: For Now

Friday 25th September 2015 - Saturday 2nd January 2016

Working across visual art, performance and fiction Tim Etchells’ work plays with language, place and presence.

PAC home Talk: Peter Liversidge

Tuesday 8th December 2015

In this talk Liversidge will talk about the realisation of proposals in galleries, public realm and conceptual spaces whilst simultaneously sharing a stream of personal influences.

The Jarman Award 2015

Thursday 12th November 2015

Meet the UK artists breaking boundaries in moving image.

Plymouth Art Weekender

Friday 25th September 2015 - Sunday 27th September 2015

Plymouth Art Weekender is an ambitious three day event promoting the contemporary visual arts.

PAC Home Talk: Lindsay Seers

Tuesday 15th September 2015

Artist Lindsay Seers’ large scale installations involve complex storytelling and personal histories. At the heart of the work is the artist’s body and a camera, or in some works, the artist’s body as a camera.


Carl Slater: Crowd.Control

Saturday 1st August 2015 - Saturday 12th September 2015

Amidst psychotropic lighting and event-derived revelations, Crowd.Control revisits Plymouth’s 1990s rave scene.


Artist Open Studio: Ali Northcott

Saturday 8th August 2015

Ali Northcott works with moving image, photography, installation and live performance.

Matthew Houlding: Lagoon West

Saturday 23rd May 2015 - Saturday 18th July 2015

Houlding’s style is graphic, colourful and hard-edged. Drawing on influences such as Pop Art, Minimalism and Constructivism, Lagoon West is ultimately grounded in formal sculptural and architectural concerns.


Elizabeth Masterton & Lizzie Ridout: Tanks & Tablecloths, Chapter 2

Friday 1st May 2015 - Saturday 13th June 2015

Lizzie Ridout and Elizabeth Masterton have collaborated as Tanks and Tablecloths since 2004. They set out to map the shared terrain of the military and the domestic, exploring the places - notional and literal - where home and war meet.

PAC Home Talk: Emma Smith

Tuesday 9th June 2015

Emma Smith’s social and participatory practice is site specific and often manifests as events, activities or games.

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