Tagged with sculpture
BLOG POST, 16 October 2019: We’re eagerly awaiting the arrival of 14 Royal Naval figureheads. Their restoration is an amazing story in its own right, their history is just as fascinating - and it's all gone national!
PRESS RELEASE - 14 October 2019: 14 monumental Royal Naval figureheads will return to Plymouth next week to be displayed in The Box, after being restored in a hugely ambitious conservation project.
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 - 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 - 31 July 2019: We've been doing lots of packing and moving in preparation for the fit out of the galleries at The Box. Find out more in this blog post.
by Lottie Clark, Art Curator We recently had Art UK at our offsite store to photograph, measure, weigh and research our sculpture collection. This work is part of a national project to document and record the sculpture held in public collections across the UK. The information will be able to view online from 2020. Read […]
This large sculpture called 'A Royal Game' was on display in the museum and art gallery foyer. It was made by William Reynolds-Stephens (1862 to 1943), an American-born, award-winning goldsmith, painter and sculptor.
What a success our first event of Young Explainers 2013 has been! On Friday the 11th of October we hosted an event at the Museum named ‘Tea at the Cottonian’; there were special guests including the Lord Mayor of Plymouth, Vivien Pengelley, Peter Smith, the deputy leader of Plymouth City Council as well as Monika […]