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Bringing in Baby: To The Disco

Tuesday 6th December 2016

Join our visual arts team for a short introduction to the current exhibition, meet other parents with a passion for culture and relax in the comfort of our cafe.

Abigail Reynolds: The Mother’s Bones

Tuesday 1st November 2016 - Thursday 10th November 2016

The Mother’s Bones was filmed in Dean Quarry on the tip of the Lizard Peninsula with St Keverne brass band. The band (formed in 1896 from the quarry workforce) is intrinsically linked to the place.


Publicness: Katya Sander

Friday 2nd September 2016 - Saturday 29th October 2016

Danish artist Katya Sander’s mid-career survey brings together selected works from the last ten years, revised or restaged for Plymouth in 2016.

The Jarman Award with Sophia Al Maria

Thursday 13th October 2016

This year’s shortlist represents a riotous explosion of colour, sound, skill and distinctive imagery, but beyond the visuals are some very serious, thought-provoking messages.

PAC Home Talk: Dr Bridget Crone

Thursday 29th September 2016

Dr Bridget Crone is a curator and writer working at the intersection of continental philosophy, media theory, contemporary performance and moving image practices.

Plymouth Art Weekender

Friday 23rd September 2016 - Sunday 25th September 2016

In 2015 the first Plymouth Art Weekender took over the city, attracting over 17,000 visitors and popping up in unusual venues across Plymouth. This year PAW is back and promising to be an even bigger splash than the last.

Sore Spot

Friday 23rd September 2016 - Sunday 25th September 2016

Three artists from Plymouth and Glasgow have come together to present the outcomes of a web-facilitated dialogue about making contemporary sculpture.



Bridget Reweti: I thought I would of climbed more mountains by now

Tuesday 23rd August 2016 - Thursday 1st September 2016

New Zealand artist Bridget Reweti’s film reflects on mountain climbing as a metaphor for success, an analogy for conquering, with the punch to sky as a cliche of triumph.

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