Plymouth Contemporary Open

Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth University, Roland Levinsky Building, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA

01752 585050
peninsula-arts@plymouth.co.uk
https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/plymouth-contemporary-open-2015

Saturday 11 July 2015 – Saturday 29 August 2015
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 10-5pm | Sat: 11-4pm

A major new exhibition, the Plymouth Contemporary Open 2015, will showcase new, up and coming creative talent alongside nationally and internationally significant artists.

The Plymouth Contemporary Open explores the relationship between history and the very latest innovations and understanding within contemporary art practice.

The work on show is selected by a highly respected panel, including Helen Legg, Director, Spiked Island, Bristol; Sam Thorne, Artistic Director, Tate St Ives; Judith Robinson, Partnerships Officer, Plymouth City Council, Sarah Chapman, Director Peninsula Arts, Chris Cook, Associate Professor (Reader) in Painting, School of Art and Media, Plymouth University and Professor Alan Schechner, Head of School of Art and Media, Plymouth University.

Nominate your favourite artist to win this year’s Audience Prize.

The Plymouth Contemporary Open is a partnership between Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University and Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery.

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