We The People Are The Work
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Saturday 16 September - Saturday 18 November
Monday - Friday 10:00-17:00, Saturday 11:00-16:00 Peninsula Arts Gallery
Friday 22 September - Saturday 18 November
Monday - Friday 9:00-17:00, Saturday 10:00-14:00 The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art
Tuesday - Saturday 13:00-20:30 Plymouth Arts Centre
Monday - Saturday 10:00-16:00 The Council House
Wednesday - Saturday 11:00-17:00 KARST
Sunday 24 September 11:00-17:00 All venues

Free admission.

We The People Are The Work is a city-wide exhibition that builds connections and collaborations between the people of Plymouth and internationally renowned artists.

The city will be activated by a series of newly commissioned artworks that question our engagement with politics and identity. In the wake of recent global events, it asks what are the differences and shared experiences that shape society?

The Peninsula Arts Gallery will display new works created by Mexican artists José Antonio Vega Macotela and Eduardo Thomas whose work is multi-disciplinary and often engages with particular communities. Across the five venues, the exhibition will also include works from artists: Claire Fontaine; Peter Liversidge; Ciara Phillips and Matt Stokes.

We The People Are The Work is curated by Simon Morrissey, Director of Foreground, and presented by PVAPG (Plymouth Visual Art Programming Group), a partnership between The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, KARST, Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University, Plymouth Arts Centre and The Box, Plymouth. It is part of Horizon, a collaborative two-year programme of visual contemporary arts, funded through Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence fund and led by Plymouth Culture.

Official exhibition launch
Friday 22 September

17:00-19:00 Peninsula Arts and The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art
18:00-20:00 Plymouth Arts Centre and The Council House
20:00-22:00 KARST

Join us for the official launch of the We The People Are The Work exhibition and enjoy an introduction to the artists’ work at the five venues across the city.

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