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PRESS RELEASE - 11 October 2019: Tim Marlow, award-winning radio and television broadcaster, writer and museum director, who has worked with some of the most important artists of our time, will visit Plymouth later this month to give a special talk about his diverse career.
BLOG POST, 9 October 2019: Learn more about 'Tactile Change' and 'Mariner: a painted ship upon a painted ocean' - two great exhibitions we're supporting in the city this Autumn at the Levinsky Gallery and The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art.
PRESS RELEASE - 23 September 2019: An epic maritime poem will be the inspiration for a major exhibition of international art in Plymouth. ‘Mariner: a painted ship upon a painted ocean’ is on display in The Levinsky Gallery, University of Plymouth from Monday 23 September to Saturday 16 November.
BLOG POST, 4 September 2019: One of our Visitor Service Assistants came across a really interesting find when he was working on a recent project to de-frame our works on paper.
BLOG POST - 21 August 2019: A chance enquiry from a researcher in New Zealand has led us to brilliant discovery about a painting in our collections by an artist called Edwin Harris (1806-1895).
BLOG POST, 5 June 2019: Learn about the work some of our Collections Team have recently been doing at Port Eliot to safely remove some paintings from the House before major restoration work takes place.
BLOG POST, 15 May 2019: Find out about the work that one of our Collections Assistants has recently been carrying out on our fantastic Harmsworth Collection of art, bone and ship models.
BLOG POST - 6 March 2019: This latest update from our Art Department highlights what they've been working on behind the scenes at our offsite store.
BLOG POST - 12 December 2018: Throughout late 2108 we’ve been marking 250 years since the founding of the Royal Academy (RA), otherwise known as RA250 – and what better way to wrap up our coverage of this anniversary by highlighting Sir Joshua Reynolds and Sir Charles Eastlake, both of whom were Presidents of the RA?