Monthly Archive: March 2019

From Plymouth School of Creative Arts

22

Mar

Hail, Mud and Challenging Trails!

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So, after an enforced three-and-a-half months off, Chris has finally returned to work, which means he’s also returned to the Mountain Bike Club! Last Sunday saw him take a group, including one of the coaches-in-training, to Lanhydrock. Despite some exceptionally adverse weather in the morning – driving hail that turned to driving rain, then back […]

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22

Mar

Social Justice, Student Voice, Tate Exchange

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Each year, Tate Exchange offers us the opportunity to work closely with the Plymouth College of Art as a continuum of creative learning. It gives an opportunity to take our work to a new audience in Tate Modern, see new possibilities and take feedback from invited guests, as well as members of the public who […]

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13

Mar

The Silence 2 – Tickets On Sale Now

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Students from Plymouth School of Creative Arts have been busy organising an event at The Red House.  Last year students hosted ‘The Silence’, the schools first ever silent disco!  On Thursday 4th Of April, we are hosting a musical performance night titled “The Silence 2” which will showcase live talent from schools across the city.  Tickets […]

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11

Mar

Police visit preschool

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As part of our topic (people who help us) Preschool were really exited to have a visit from a real police officer on Friday. Officer Rachel from Hampshire Police Force, showed preschool all her ‘kit’ including handcuffs and special notepad and all the children enjoyed trying on the uniform. Now the children are inspired to […]

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8

Mar

Devon Girls Can

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Laura Henry, Company director of Exim Dance Company who are based at the school has recently been selected as the Devon Girls Can ambassador through Active Devon for 2019. Through her work with Exim Dance Laura will be tackling mental health in young people and supporting those suffering from poor mental health, low self confidence, […]

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8

Mar

Making Waves Together News

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We had Saskia Sills , Team GB Windsurfer, visit our RuSlack session yesterday. We were thrilled that Saskia wanted to visit the project & wants to come back when we hit the water! Saskia is an athlete on the World Class Programme for windsurfing Sport England all these acro, balance and slack lining skills are […]

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8

Mar

World Book Day Fun!

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Students and Staff had a wonderful time celebrating world book day on Thursday. There were an array of characters recreated including; Captain Underpants, BFG, Hermione and Newt Scamander. The Phase One studio teams were co-ordinated in their efforts when all dressing up as the Mr Men and Little Miss characters!

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8

Mar

Visiting Artists In Residence

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Last year I was given the fantastic opportunity to work with the students at PSCA.  I delivered a workshop to the students using a progressive drawing method that I had recently developed within my own practice.  Together with the students we created a large-scale mural drawing incorporating images relevant to Plymouth and the Arts. My […]

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8

Mar

National Apprenticeship Week

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Plymouth Guildhall Saturday 9th March 2019 The Plymouth Manufacturers Group (the ‘PMG’) is working together with “Building Plymouth” to hold an Apprenticeship Jobs Fair at Plymouth Guildhall in the City Centre on Saturday 9th March 2019 – from 10:00am until 2:00pm. The event is open to prospective apprentices who are looking to commence employment and […]

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1

Mar

Lights Camera Action

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As Part of PLURAL + Youth video festival students in Media have been busy working on their latest assignment; investigating how social justice applies to their generation. PLURAL + is a youth-produced video festival which encourages young people to explore migration, diversity and social inclusion, and to share their creative vision with the world. https://pluralplus.unaoc.org/about/ […]

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