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Coffee! Cake! Cinema! Plymouth Art Weekender

Sunday 29th September 2019

We will be participating in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning from 10 - 12.30 on Sunday 29th September where you can grab something delicious to eat while watching a selection of films made by Plymouth based moving image artists.

Free

REBEL FILM FESTIVAL: Festival Formula (Talk)

Saturday 29th June 2019

Free - Advance booking recommended Founded by Katie McCullough, Festival Formula is the culmination of over thirteen years experience strategising film festival submissions. They cater for a large slate of films, offering consultancy at different po...

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Reclaim the Frame Poetry Workshop

Tuesday 9th April 2019

Reclaim the Frame post screening poetry workshop

Free

Engineering Plymouth – Public launch

Monday 5th November 2018

Join us for the public launch of Engineering Plymouth, a short animated film celebrating how civil engineers have helped to shape Plymouth over the last 500 years.

Free

Re-Creation: A social experiment

Saturday 23rd June 2018

In this one off event Florence Newsome will investigate and create connections between individuals memories of playing, to help generate fresh new play area design ideas.


        
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Talk: Melissa Blanchflower

Wednesday 18th April 2018

Melissa Blanchflower, curator of Rose Wylie’s recent exhibition QUACK QUACK at Serpentine will discuss the artists work.

Free

Ex-Machina (15)

Thursday 8th March 2018

Into Film are pleased to present a schools screening of Ex Machina as part of the Spring Screenings programme celebrating women in animation, introduced by Laurie Brugger.

Free

YEA Workshop: Comic Books and Characters

Saturday 3rd February 2018

YEA Plymouth is a new independent organisation led by young emerging artists, writers, makers, designers, and photographers in Plymouth

Free

Clare Thornton: Materials of Resistance

Friday 1st December 2017 - Saturday 20th January 2018

This exhibition of work by Plymouth-based artist Clare Thornton explores her longstanding interest in folding and falling, and its new means of expression through ceramics and print.

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