Listings Deadline for Plymouth Art Weekender 2018
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Artists make the Plymouth Art Weekender. We mean this quite literally; most of the amazing events, exhibitions and performances that make up the Weekender are artist led.
Plymouth Art Weekender’s core purpose is to celebrate visual arts and the D.I.Y. artist culture that exists in the city. We do this by providing a platform to list and promote artist projects that take place over one weekend each year.
The 2018 Plymouth Art Weekender is taking place on the 28th, 29th, 30th September.
It is free to list your project in the Plymouth Art Weekender and it is open to everyone. There is no selection process.
By submitting your listing to Plymouth Art Weekender you get:
A listing in our Weekender print programme and website
Promotion through social media
PAW event signage and print marketing materials
Access to the PAW artist facebook network
Plymouth Art Weekender does not provide project funding or organise venues.
Plymouth Art Weekender can support artists to develop projects through training and resource sharing. Artist guides for running events during the Weekender will be available on our website from mid February.
20 Jun 2017
Arts and culture downgraded in ministerial restructure at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport
23 Jun 2017
The results of the 2017 teaching excellence framework (TEF) have been released, with more than 130 UK universities and other higher education institutions being awarded gold, silver or bronze ratings for the quality of their teaching.
27 Jun 2017
Arts Council England have announced their National Portfolio Organisations funding decision, including 103 South West organisations
12 Feb 2018
In March 2018 Arts Council England will be hosting a series of briefing events across England to support museums and galleries to understand and benefit from the Museum and Gallery Exhibitions Tax Relief.
19 Feb 2018
Visual Arts South West is delighted to welcome three new members to its steering group: Zoe Li, Emily Bull and Lara Goodband.
Why the arts make us more employable, and why the creative industries are our international economic life-raft
05 Mar 2018
The Cultural Learning Alliance and The Edge Foundation have released Briefing Paper No. 2: Employability & Enterprise: Why the arts make us more employable, and why the creative industries are our international economic life-raft.
20 Mar 2018
It is announced that Helen Legg, current Director of Spike Island, has been appointed the new Director of Tate Liverpool.
06 Apr 2018
Bristol-based Action Hero – the collaboration of live art and performance makers Gemma Paintin and James Stenhouse – have this week become an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) and announced their ethical working policy.
09 Apr 2018
CVAN want to make sure their national strategic plan is as responsive and effective as possible and so they are currently consulting the regional networks.