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Steven Paige: Let’s Go Bowling

Tuesday 5th April 2016 - Thursday 14th April 2016

Steven Paige, a Plymouth-based artist, employs reenactment and performance to examine relationships between film, instruction, leisure and individuality.


The First Humans

Friday 15th January 2016 - Saturday 2nd April 2016

The First Humans looks at contemporary art with a prehistoric feel. Often incorporating synthetic colours and materials and a sci-fi look, many of the artworks are spoof or tongue-in-cheek.

PAC Home Talk: Ruth Ewan

Thursday 10th March 2016

Ruth Ewan is an artist who works alongside a wide range of people and contexts.


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.

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