Illuminate Light Festival
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Illuminate Light Festival. Marking the countdown to Mayflower 2020. Plymouth, 22–25 November 2018.
Experience the wonder of colour
Experience the wonder of colour. Welcome to the illuminated works of University of Plymouth fine art graduate Paige Alexander
Fine art students' work lights up festival
Fine art student's work lights up festival. Discover our current BA (Hons) Fine Art students' work at this year's Illuminate Light Festival.
University’s next generation of artists take the lead in Illuminate 2018
Students, alumni and staff from the University will play a leading role in Plymouth’s spectacular light festival Illuminate, which returns to the city’s Royal William Yard next week.
Illuminating invisible histories
Illuminating invisible histories: Explore artist, and University of Plymouth alumna, Juliet Middleton-Batts' desire to look beyond the surface and uncover forgotten or invisible histories of people and place
Brighter lights, bigger sounds - how Illuminate is growing towards Mayflower 400
A University academic is helping to bring families a dazzling weekend of light. Professor Chris Bennewith, Head of the University’s School of Art, Design and Architecture is a member of the steering group for Illuminate – a light festival for Plymouth.
Help light up Plymouth for Thanksgiving this November
Plymouth University news: Residents and businesses are being asked to help with efforts to make this year's Illuminate and Thanksgiving celebrations the biggest and best yet