Ciara
Phillips
Ciara Phillips, Installation view of Just You, 2014,
Ciara Phillips, Installation view of Just You, 2014, Bergen Kunsthall. Photo credit: Bergen Kunsthall.

Ciara Phillips uses the discipline of printmaking 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.

In Plymouth Phillips has made a major new installation that takes over the multiple galleries and social spaces of Plymouth Arts Centre to turn them into a production space exploring the intersection of the personal and the political where she will work live in the exhibition with groups of women from the city to produce prints and textiles to represent their specific voices and shared concerns.

Plymouth Arts Centre
Plymouth Arts Centre

Plymouth Arts Centre is a nationally acclaimed centre for contemporary art, independent cinema and creative learning.

We commission work by national and international artists, working with them to develop a unique, challenging and varied programme of exhibitions. 

Our cinema is independent, so we hand-pick all of our films, from the best of arthouse cinema from around the world to those blockbusters that you wouldn’t want to watch anywhere else.

Learning is at the heart of all of our activities. Plymouth Arts Centre is a creative place to socialise, and we want to enable as many people as possible to experience art, and feel inspired, confident and thrilled by what they encounter.

We believe that culture changes the world for the better.

Kiss And Bite Lp

Plymouth Arts Centre

Family Friendly
Family Letterpress Workshop with Kiss & Bite Press
Sat, 28th Oct
1330—1600
Alan Q Bite Size Photo Dom Moore 2017

Plymouth Arts Centre

Talks
Bite Size Talks - Alan Qualtrough
Wed, 15th Nov
1300—1340
Iceland Graffitti
Other
Curator Simon Morrissey’s Notes towards an Exhibition

Simon Morrissey, Director of Foreground and curator of We The People Are The Work, shares his early diary notes written over the many months of planning for the exhibition to explore how the ideas behind the Plymouth-wide exhibition took shape.

5th Sep, 2017