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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?
BLOG POST - 5 December 2018: Benjamin Robert Haydon (1786-1846) and Solomon Alexander Hart (1806-1881) were two Plymouth-born painters who had very different experiences of the Royal Academy but who both produced dramatic, large-scale works.
by Lottie Clark, Art Curator and Emma Philip, Fine Art Curator We’re marking the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Academy (RA) this autumn, otherwise known as RA250. Today’s post by two of the Curators from our Art Department explores it founding principles and one of its most significant founding members. When the […]
PRESS RELEASE: There was plenty to celebrate at The Box, Plymouth’s construction site on 14 September as the structural completion of the building was marked with a ‘Topping Out Ceremony’.
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Our Beryl: Beryl Cook at Home Our new Beryl Cook exhibition has been open for just over a week and we’re thrilled with how it looks. As I mentioned in last month’s #MuseumOnTour post, we’ve co-curated it with her family which has given us access to some of […]
by Rachael Aylmore, Plymouth University Fine Art student and Peninsula Arts Exhibition Intern As part of the journey towards the History Centre, Peninsula Arts and staff from the Arts and Heritage Service are working together on a series of partnership exhibitions. During my placement at Peninsula Arts I have been fortunate enough to support the […]
PRESS RELEASE: The Reach South West partnership has worked on several projects within the arts and cultural sector across Plymouth and Exeter.
PRESS RELEASE: 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.