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EXHIBITIONS: Tamar Project


Tamar Project

The Tamar Art Project is an ambitious programme of contemporary art commissions and international art events that explore and reflect the context of the River. Our current artist in residence is Adam Chodzko. He has been working throughout the River Tamar area exploring and archiving voyages of discovery with passengers from rural Devon and Cornwall to Urban Plymouth.

'The Urgency of Rivers and the role of Contemporary Art'
Key Note and panel discussion

The Tamar Art Programme brings together an evening of presentations and discussion from artists and art organisations looking to rivers as a space to create contemporary art. This event will examine how art can be a provocation to trigger a sense of urgency about the world that we live in.

The event will include speakers from the Canal and River Trust, Caught by the River, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, and the artist Adam Chodzko, chaired by the Tamar Art Programme.



Exhibition
Date: Tuesday 8 January Thursday 17 January
(Due to popular demand this exhibition has been extended)
Admission: FREE admission

Gallery Talks
Date: Wednesday 9 January
Friday 11 January
Venue: Peninsula Arts Gallery
Time: 13.0014:30
Admission: FREE admission
(Please note that this event will be filmed for future promotional activity)

Key Note and Panel Discussion
Date: Thursday 10 January
Venue: Peninsula Arts Gallery
Time: 18.3020.30
Admission: FREE admission
(Please note that this event will be filmed for future promotional activity)

Box Office 
T: 01752 58 50 50

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