Tagged with Peninsula Arts
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer ‘Trans-Form’ by Trevor Bell opened in the Peninsula Arts Gallery recently and is on display until the end of 26 May. It’s the latest exhibition delivered through the partnership between Peninsula Arts and The Box. It was curated and conceived by Joseph Clarke from Anima-Mundi, St Ives. The […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Today’s post brings you some updates from the work our archivists, curators and collections staff are doing on the film front and at our offsite store. Firstly, the winning artists for the 2018 Peninsula Arts Film Commission have been announced. Richard Broomhall (pictured right), Chris Bailey and Ieuan Jones […]
PRESS RELEASE: A new exhibition featuring the work of abstract artist Trevor Bell (1930-2017) opens in the Peninsula Arts Gallery at the University of Plymouth on 16 April. The exhibition is a partnership between Peninsula Arts and The Box, Plymouth. It is curated by Joseph Clarke, director of the Anima-Mundi gallery in St Ives and will be on display until 26 May.
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Over the last few years partnership working has become an increasingly important part of the way we work and we’ve been lucky enough to collaborate with a range of organisations and individuals, both locally and nationally. This is set to continue over the next couple of years while […]
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: 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.
PRESS RELEASE: The first display of a nationally touring exhibition that explores the inspirational effects of sea bathing is coming to Plymouth University next month.