Campus culture: Plymouth University’s arts scene
Plymouth University Student Life Magazine issue 6: Plymouth is a cultural hub in the South West largely thanks to Peninsula Arts, the University’s arts centre on campus that hosts national exhibitions, films, talks and performances.
Student Gallery Night - Malcolm Le Grice
Plymouth University event. Student Gallery Night - Malcolm Le Grice. 16 March 2017. 18:00-20:00. Peninsula Arts Gallery, Roland Levinsky Building.
Student Gallery Night
What's on at Plymouth University: Student Gallery Night. Exclusive free event for all Plymouth University students . Plymouth University, 10 November 2016.
From hearing loss to homelessness: students host exhibition of collaborative projects
Plymouth University news: A series of collaborative projects by second year photography students at Plymouth University will be showcased to the public at Studio 102, on the Barbican in Plymouth
What's On with Plymouth University: Art2day, 5 February to 18 March 2016, Cube3 Gallery, Portland Square Building
Plymouth Young Contemporary Open 2016
Plymouth Young Contemporary Open is a bi-annual event, showcasing the incredible talent of local children and young people at Plymouth University. Young People aged 4 – 30 are invited to submit work across all contemporary art genres.
Exhibitions held by Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University
What's on at Plymouth University: Art2Day: An annual celebration of work from secondary schools across Plymouth. 6 February to 20 March 2015, Cube3 Gallery, Portland Square Building
It’s easy to find us: just look for the University’s Roland Levinsky Building (RLB) opposite the Drake Circus Shopping Centre in Plymouth.