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Welcome to our Creative Digital City!
Plymouth is a creative city with a proud track record and growing international reputation for creative digital and immersive tech. We have come together through iMayflower to ensure that Plymouth makes the most of this platform for the benefit of current and future generations living, studying and working here. 
We are working together to design practical career pathways, to retain talented graduates and make it easier to start and grow creative digital businesses here in Plymouth. We’re also developing a much more connected and networked city, where all sectors can engage with and benefit from creative tech, along with access to innovative finance models.  
We believe Plymouth can create a new creative ecology where people, projects and new ideas thrive and where our collective success is greater than the sum of its parts.  

So, what do we have to show you?
Cultural Experiences

The Hatchling took to Plymouth skies! In a world first, the giant dragon flew across Plymouth Sound in front of thousands.
Illuminate festival 2021 will shine a light on the climate crisis…bringing
magical light art and immersive digital installations this November.

Local Talent
The IGNITE digital platform, connecting art graduates with creative agencies and employment opportunities, has been shortlisted for a major educational award.
The Hatchling Dragon transformed into a kite, flying above Smeaton's Tower on Plymouth Hoe.
Sustainability and Innovation
Fab City hubs have been opening their doors to celebrate sustainability and collaboration across the city.
Local creatives have been using digital design skills to
protect Plymouth’s wildflower meadows.
3D Printing Pioneers WASP discuss how
sustainable housing can be revolutionised using local clay - as part of Plymouth College of Art’s Sustainable Design Talks.
Fab Lab Plymouth leads the drive to
help local people better understand our environment.

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This activity is part of the iMayflower project and has been supported by The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport who fund the Cultural Development Fund which is administered by Arts Council England.
You could see the incredible work of our graduates all across the city this summer.
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