We The People Are The Work

We The People Are The Work

We The People Are The Work is a major visual arts project in Plymouth that will explore ideas of power, protest and the public. Taking place from 22 September to 18 November 2017, it will see five internationally acclaimed artists journey to Plymouth to create new artworks, give talks and lead workshops, inspired by the city’s rich heritage, its people, and their aspirations for the future.

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Interview with Clarissa Corfe, Contemporary Art Curator - Harris Museum & Art Gallery

Interview with Clarissa Corfe, Contemporary Art Curator - Harris Museum & Art Gallery

Writer Emma Sumner talks to Clarissa Corfe, Preston’s Harris Museum & Art Gallery contemporary art curator about how the museum, gallery and collection have influenced her interests. Continuing to celebrate its local community by creating links between Preston’s past and present, the museum’s collections and exhibitions highlight the people of historical local importance, while introducing the current day and contemporary to their local and wider audiences.

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A general election manifesto for the creative industries

A general election manifesto for the creative industries

With a general election exactly six weeks away, The Creative Industries Federation, the national membership organisation for the public arts, cultural education and creative industries, has published a timely manifesto outlining how political parties can help nurture and grow the UK’s creative sector.

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