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Legends, legacies, digital art, installation, sculpture and film – our opening programme is revealed
PRESS RELEASE - 20 January 2020: Plymouth’s amazing Box will open on Saturday 16 May with a stunning programme featuring major contemporary artists and an internationally important exhibition about the Mayflower that will debunk myths and tell the story of one of the world’s most significant journeys.
PRESS RELEASE 8 January 2020: The first two names on The Box's ambitious contemporary art programme have been revealed - internationally acclaimed British artist Antony Gormley and leading Portuguese installation artist Leonor Antunes.
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.
by Jennifer Crowther, Research Volunteer Life post graduation can be very strange. You spend years of your life studying hard, working on those ‘transferable skills’, volunteering and working all the tedious part time jobs you can imagine. All of this with the aim of landing your dream job, or something within the vicinity of that […]
PRESS RELEASE: As it builds towards its opening in 2020, The Box, Plymouth has appointed a new Head of Contemporary Arts to spearhead its ambitious visual arts programme.
PRESS RELEASE: A pilot for a new biennial festival of contemporary art is set to take place in Plymouth this autumn and will feature works in iconic locations throughout the city by international artists from Denmark, China, Australia, Japan and more.
by Jodie Bishop, Public Art Officer It’s fair to say that life as a Public Art Officer is certainly pretty varied! Public art describes any creative work carried out by an artist in a public space. Projects can range from large permanent sculptures, performances of dance, theatre and music to temporary installations or short events […]