Artist-led projects

Sharing the Jamboree Model


During 2020, LOW PROFILE were supported to share the Jamboree Model and encourage others to establish and support artist-led professional development activity. 


2019 - ongoing

CAMP is a member-led network for the creative and visual arts community in Devon and Cornwall (including artists, producers, curators and arts writers).


LOW PROFILE were part of the core group of artists to establish CAMP in 2019.

Jamboree 2018


Jamboree 2018 brought together 150 visual artists, curators & programmers from around the UK in a relaxed outdoor setting, on the Dartington Estate near Totnes, Devon, UK.

Plymouth Peer Residency


Plymouth Peer Residency was a self-initiated residency and peer led workshop in Plymouth by artists LOW PROFILE, Beth Emily Richards, Barry Sykes, Sophie Hope, Ania Bas & Sophie Mallett.

Jamboree #1: Plymouth


Jamboree #1 at Plymouth Art Centre brought together 16 artist participants from associate schemes across the UK, with guest curator Martin Clark.

Come To Ours


Come to Ours was a programme of activity and events that celebrated and showcased the work of both emerging and established artists and curators in Plymouth (UK).

Hole Station residency


Hole Station residency was a self-initiated residency between LOW PROFILE and Hunt & Darton.

The Underdogs


The Underdogs (developed for Project Space 11) celebrates LOW PROFILE’s unwavering belief in underdogs (those least likely to win against all odds).

What do you do with the leftovers?


What do you do with the leftovers? was developed for DIY 6, as part of the Live Art Development Agency’s DIY workshop programme.



PL:ay was an ambitious one-day festival in various locations throughout Plymouth city centre – showcasing live art, video, photography and installation, to over 3500 people for free.

R U an artist?


R U an artist? was a presentation about what it’s like to live & work as an artist in Plymouth in 2006