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BLOG POST - 18 September 2019: Find out what we've been doing to support the 2019 Plymouth Art Weekender (27-29 September) and what our top picks for this year's event are.
BLOG POST, 12 June 2019: Find out more about our 'Keeper of the Light' performances at Smeaton's Tower which brought the history of the lighthouse to life through theatre.
BLOG POST - 8 May 2019: Find out what working on this year's Plymouth History Festival has been like and what our Administrator is looking forward to.
BLOG POST - 11 April 2019: Find out what the highlights for our late spring 'On Tour' programme are.
BLOG POST - 27 November 2018: Meet the Imagination Museum Team - the performers and dance engagement practitioners who will support the project in Plymouth.
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer with thanks to Jodie Bishop, Public Art Officer Behind the scenes we’re supporting some South West-based artists with their work at their moment and I thought I’d shine a light on their projects. We’ll be talking about each of them in more detail in the coming months too. […]
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 […]
New dance and heritage project commemorating the Mayflower 400 anniversary is set to come to Plymouth
PRESS RELEASE - 2 February 2018: Multi award-winning choreographer Katie Green will bring her newest project ‘Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400’ to Plymouth in the lead up to the 2020 anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower. The project will also travel to Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Hampshire.
PRESS RELEASE: In partnership with the Istanbul Biennial, the Atlantic Project presents an international billboard project on the Civic Centre hoardings. The billboards launch to coincide with this year's Plymouth Art Weekender (22-24 September) and will remain on display until November.