Whats on and worth seeing in and around the South West in March?
Plymouth: The Katie Schwab: A Working Building - Exhibition
At The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, PL4 8AT until the 16thMarch 2019.
Through a collection of new and reconfigured existing works, this exhibition explores these design histories in relation to contemporary concerns around reused and scrap materials. Embracing bold, abstract and improvised patterning, the exhibition incorporates works produced at Plymouth College of Art, including block-printed wallpaper, handtufted and stitched textiles, upholstered stools, enamel wall panels and videos.
Find out more at :http://www.katieschwab.com or https://www.plymouthart.ac.uk
Bristol: Leonardo da Vinci: A life in Drawingfrom 1 Feb-6 May 2019
To Mark the 500thanniversary of Leonardo’s death Bristol Museum and Art Gallery have a small collection of his works on loan from the Royal Collection. It’s a rare opportunity to see his work close up and it’s the closest that this national exhibition comes to Plymouth. Whilst you are the take the opportunity to explore the ‘Old Master’s Gallery’ on the second floor, you wont be disappointed.
For more information visit: https://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk
For a cultured stay in Bristol I would recommend the Hotel du Vin, in the old sugar warehouse: https://www.hotelduvin.com
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