Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters
Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters, 21 October 2021 – 27 February 2022, University of Plymouth. The exhibition features over 300 paintings and objects by more than 100 artists shown across two venues, The Levinsky Gallery and The Box.
World premiere of Beethoven string quartet heads up the autumn programme for The Arts Institute
A preview of the autumn season of The Arts Institute's public arts and culture programme
The Box, Plymouth
The Box, Plymouth, a 'world-leading' arts and heritage centre, created in partnership with the University of Plymouth including The Arts Institute.
American portrait painter Kehinde Wiley heads packed programme of public arts for the University of Plymouth
The Arts Institute announces its new programme of public arts events for 2020/21, headed by world-renowned portrait painter Kehinde Wiley.
Project will display contemporary art in Plymouth landmarks and outdoor locations
A pilot for a new biennial festival of contemporary art is taking place this autumn, thanks to a partnership between the University and The Box.
Exhibition retells classic tale for an age of ecological crisis
An epic maritime poem will be the inspiration for a major exhibition of international art in Plymouth.
Students as cultural creators: media arts and sociology students collaborate in award-winning project
University of Plymouth: A project that has seen students helping to capture the rich heritage of a unique corner of Cornwall has won two national prizes for community impact.
Un-boxing Plymouth's history
The University of Plymouth's alumni magazine: Invenite. Un-boxing Plymouth's history. The development work for Plymouth’s new £37million history centre project, The Box, is under way.
Winners of the Peninsula Arts Film Commission 2018 announced
The Peninsula Arts Film Commission 2018 panel has announced three practitioners from the South West of England as this year’s winners.
Plymouth to stage final exhibition by ‘the last of the St Ives modernists’
A new exhibition featuring the work of abstract artist Trevor Bell (1930-2017) opens in the Peninsula Arts Gallery at the University of Plymouth on 16 April.