Ciara Phillips: Systems For Saying It (We The People Are The Work)

Plymouth Arts Centre, 38 Looe Street, Plymouth, PL4 0EB

01752 206114
charlotte@plymouthartscentre.org
https://plymouthartscentre.org/whats-on/people-work-ciara-phillips/

Friday 22 September 2017 – Saturday 18 November 2017
Opening Hours: 1 - 8pm

Free and open to all

Ciara Phillips uses printmaking in all its forms to explore social concerns and develop collaborative practices. Regularly opening up her exhibitions as working print studios, she uses them as places for investigation, social action, discussion and debate.

For We The People Are The Work Phillips has made a major new installation that takes over Plymouth Arts Centre’s galleries and social spaces. Some areas are transformed into production workshops to make prints which will be exhibited throughout the building. Phillips will collaborate with diverse groups of women from the city, exploring the intersection of the personal and the political. Phillips will work live in the exhibition with the women to produce printed textiles to represent their voices and concerns.

Exhibition Launch
Friday 22 Sept, 17:00–22:00
Starts at Peninsula Arts and will progress to the other venues on foot, finishing at KARST.
Free, RSVP to contact@wethepeoplearethe.work

Join us at Peninsula Arts for the official launch of We The People Are The Work at 17:30 and enjoy an introduction to the artists’ work at the five venues across the city.

17:00–19:00 Peninsula Arts & The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art
18:00–20:30 Plymouth Arts Centre & The Council House
20:00–22:00 KARST

 

 

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