The Arts

We believe the arts are an avenue to the sacred. Our permanent art collection challenges, comforts and inspires, with exhibits throughout the program year. Our extraordinary music program, Literary Witnesses series and other offerings bring the arts into daily life at Plymouth.

Gallery

Cuatro Artistas – CONN GALLERY ART EXHIBITION

We are privileged to have four artists with strong, confident voices speak to us through their unique imagery. Using ceramics, printmaking, photography, drawing, and collage, these artists speak out about issues of great importance to them. Identity, social and environmental justice and activism, cultural awareness, education, and protest are all addressed using vivid images, bright colors, and passion.

Confident voices speak to us through their unique imagery. Using ceramics, printmaking, photography, drawing, and collage, these artists speak out about issues of great importance to them. Artists: Maria Santiago, Ricardo Levins Morales, Fermin Cervantes Montes

Theater 45°

Plymouth is home to a professional theater group and produces many plays, readings and events throughout the year.

The Purpose of Theater 45° is to use the theatrical experience to deepen the many facets of being human. We intend to present stories that engage the spiritual side of the human person regardless of — but not ignoring — religious experience. These stories are rooted in questions and not answers. As a community of storytellers and story-receivers, we strive to give an experience of collaboration, intersectionality, and valuing and honoring the many voices that get pushed to the margins. We will present stories that are meant to nurture transformation and deepen how we navigate our encounters with those that we may consider to be others.

Music

Plymouth’s extraordinary music program is under the direction of the internationally renowned Phillip Brunelle. Learn more.

Literary Witnesses

Embroideries/Needlers

Plymouth is home to magnificent embroideries. These huge artworks were designed by British artist Pauline Baynes and created by The Needlers, a multi-generational fellowship group, active at Plymouth for more than 40 years.

Past Exhibits