Plymouth College of Art Degree Shows 2018

Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place, PL4 8AT

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Friday 08 June 2018 – Thursday 21 June 2018
Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm (last entry 4.30pm) // Sat 8 June, 10:30-2.30pm // Sat 16 June, 10:30-4pm
Booking recommended
Booking not required

Highlighting work from students across the college’s undergraduate programmes, this summer’s Degree Shows, from Friday 8 to Thursday 21 June 2018, offer an exclusive window into life at an independent art school, and a chance to preview a new wave of makers ready to take over the creative industries.

Three buildings, four floors and more than 20 outstanding exhibition spaces full of inspirational thinking and making. We provide a space where people come together, explore new horizons, and push the boundaries of creative practice. It starts with the people who come here - the optimists, activists, makers and communicators.

With open doors across all our working studios, guests are invited to explore cutting-edge facilities such as Fab Lab Plymouth and our £8 million dedicated crafts workshops for ceramics, glass and metalwork. An eclectic range of mediums, both modern and traditional, will be exhibited across the college — including film, photography, fine art installation, fashion design, game arts, illustration, glassworks, ceramics, animation, 3D printing and so much more.

Can't make it to the show during the day? We will also be hosting a late night opening on Thursday 14 June, 5-8pm (last entry 7.30pm).

You can get involved too with artwork available to purchase, film screenings, and live presentations running throughout the show schedule.

If you're attending our opening night on Thursday 7 June (invite only) then they'll be the chance to see our unmissable Fashion Showcase, taking place in our maker space The Warehouse on 7 June at 8pm and our Media Showcase at Vue Cinema on 7 June at 4pm, both are invitation-only events, if you are interested in attending please email brand@pca.ac.ukfor more information.

Considering a course with us? Make sure to register for our official Open Day on Saturday 16 June, the perfect opportunity to connect with staff, alumni and preview the thrilling culmination of three years study here at our unique institute.

Entirely free, open to the public, and the highlight of the UK’s creative calendar. We can’t wait to celebrate with you!

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DEGREE SHOWS 2018 – FREE ENTRY
Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place, PL4 8AT
8 June - 21 June

Weekdays, 10am - 6pm
Thur 14 June, 10am - 8pm
Sat, 10.30am - 2.30pm
Sun, closed

TEACHERS TWILIGHT EVENT
Thurs 14 June, 4pm - 8pm

OPEN DAY
Sat 16 June, 10.30am - 4pm

‘RE-WRITTEN’
FOUNDATION DIPLOMA IN ART AND DESIGN SHOW 2018
Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard PL1 3QQ
13 June - 16 June, 10am - 4pm

'INHALE EXHALE'
PRE-DEGREE SUMMER SHOW 2018
Palace Court, Buckwell Street PL1 2DA
25 June - 29 June, 10am - 6pm

If you have any questions, please get in touch:
brand@pca.ac.uk
+44 (0)1752 203 434

 

What: Degree Shows 2018

When: Friday 8 to Thursday 21 June 2018 // Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm (last entry 4.30pm) // Sat 8 June, 10:30-2.30pm // Sat 16 June, 10:30-4pm. Free and open to all.

Where: Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place campus, Studio 11

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