Thelma Hulbert Gallery, film, installation, art

New film installation to open at THG

This January, Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) will dedicate their main gallery space to a film by acclaimed Greek-British artist Mikhail Karikis.

‘Mikhail Karikis - Children of Unquiet (2013-14)’ was created with a group of forty-five children living in Devil’s Valley in Tuscany, a volcanic landscape and home to the world’s first geothermal power station. The area has recently become...

Exhibition: The Unknown Knowns

Free admission Opening times: Monday-Friday 10:00-17:00, Saturday 11:00-16:00

In a world where data is as valuable as land, how vigilantly are we protecting our most prized assets, and how much of ourselves is available on the open market?

By sharing our personal preferences, thumbprints and 3D face scans how easily can we be tracked and influenced and who is watching on the other side of the telescreen?

In 'The Unknown Knowns', Plymouth-based curator Vickie Fear brings together artists...

Heating Installer of the Year Awards: Last call for entries

A final call has been issued to heating installers across the South West, as there are now only four weeks remaining to enter the Heating Installer of the Year Awards.

Honouring those who constantly deliver an outstanding service for homeowners and who go above and beyond the call of duty every day of the year, the awards sets out to shine a spotlight on the most dedicated and hard-...

Chez Paulette Coffee House

Following the success of Chez Paulette on the Sunset Strip in 2013, we are delighted that it returns as part of this year’s Plymouth International Book Festival.

Artist and Plymouth University Fine Art lecturer Anya Lewin commissioned a replica of her father’s 1950s coffee house in the form of a film set that references the American TV show ’77 Sunset Strip’ which also featured a set of the original Chez Paulette cafe.

Operating as a fully functioning coffee bar throughout the festival, it is the perfect venue for you to enjoy fine coffee, listen to poetry and readings, and...

Dust a must for forthcoming art project

Do you have any dust going spare? Artist Catherine Bertola is asking local people for their help in completing her latest installation.

Catherine is one of six makers whose work will be featured in the ‘Acts of Making' festival, organised by the Crafts Council.

The 14-day festival will take place from Saturday 12 to Saturday 26 September at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery...

Universe of Sound arrives in Plymouth

A huge digital installation that gives people an amazing opportunity to step inside the beating heart of an orchestra will be open free of charge in Plymouth’s city centre piazza from Monday 27 April to Saturday 9 May.

Inspired by the latest technology, iOrchestra’s ‘Universe of Sound’ will be open daily from 10am to 6pm and will allow visitors to walk through a digital orchestra as...

Film: Selected IX

'Selected' is a new collection of diverse artists’ film and video, taking place at some of the UK’s leading venues for showcasing artists’ film and video.

Nominated by the artists shortlisted for the Film London Jarman Award 2018, 'Selected' brings together some of the best work from early career film and video artists from the UK in a vibrant programme of recent artists’ moving image.

Jamie Wyld, Director of videoclub, will introduce this screening of 'Selected IX'. Videoclub is an artists’ moving image platform, showing and touring film and...

Bite size talk: Fake Future Present with Jilly Payne

Join Jilly Payne, Archive Film Programmer at The Box, for a talk that explores the use of its collections in the two Film Commissions that were created in 2018 based on the theme of Revolutions.

Jilly’s talk will look at how the 2018 visual artists used the archive to explore their understanding of a constantly changing technological world and the role that artificial intelligence plays.

Part of The Unknown Knowns exhibition programme

Free admission, booking is essential

Bite size talk: Chris Bailey and Ieuan Jones: Of Monsters

Join filmmakers Chris Bailey and Ieuan Jones, winners of The Arts Institute Film Commission 2018 with their film, 'Of Monsters', as they discuss the development of their two-part film from their earlier ideas of writing a play.

They will also take you through the process of navigating the collection at the South West Film & Television Archive (SWFTA) and what they are planning on working on next.

Part of The Unknown Knowns exhibition programme

Free admission, booking is essential