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PAC Home is a membership network for artists, curators and writers, who live and work in Plymouth and the wider region. It is an initiative by Plymouth Arts Centre, aiming to support and foster a strong visual arts sector by developing and raising engagement in contemporary art, supporting production through critical review and connection to a professional and global network.
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£30 - six month membership
£60 - twelve month membership
The membership includes:
Talks presented by visiting artists, curators and writers reflecting the programme at Plymouth Arts Centre and the needs of the membership. PAC Home members can contribute suggestions for speakers.
Group critiques offering a chance to share projects and get feedback. Projects and work can be brought to the informal sessions with peers. This will be chaired or facilitated as needed and can take place offsite in studios or at exhibitions.
Away Days and Travel Bursaries
Regional and national trips that include visiting other venues and making contact with other artists and projects.
Tailored sessions for individual PAC Home members with professionals and guests.
PAC Home Space
Members can use the dedicated PAC Home Space at Plymouth Arts Centre at any time during opening hours. The space has Wi-Fi access and a resource library and can be used for meetings or as a drop in for individual study.
All PAC Home members are listed on the PAC Home page of Plymouth Arts Centre’s website and can have their name linked to their own website.
PAC Home Events
PAC Home events are free to PAC Home members.
PAC Home Reference Library
A growing collection of items including books, journals, zines and more in the PAC Home space
Batter Street Residencies
3 month residencies for artists living in Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall
12 Nov 2015 - 15 Nov 2015
A 3 day residential workshop for emerging to mid-career artists
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