Plymouth Arts & Heritage News
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery will be turning the city's Council House into an exhibition gallery as part of its ‘Museum On Tour’ programme from Saturday.
The History Centre team celebrated today when it broke ground in Tavistock Place - the road behind the current Museum and Central Library buildings, part of which will be turned into a public square as a result of the development.
Selected highlights from Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery’s permanent collections are going out ‘On Tour’ to a range of venues while its building is closed for the development of the History Centre.
The dates for the next Plymouth History Festival have been confirmed as Saturday 6 May to Sunday 4 June 2017.
The Reach South West partnership has worked on several projects within the arts and cultural sector across Plymouth and Exeter.
Hidden histories seminar explores importance of researching diverse histories in Plymouth and beyond
This forthcoming seminar on 29th and 30th November explores the importance of researching diverse history locally and regionally, providing examples of good practice.
Searching for Genius - a History Centre partnership exhibition showcasing work by Turner Prize winner Douglas Gordon - is now being staged in the Peninsula Arts Gallery at Plymouth University.