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Plymouth Arts Centre seeks Artist Operatives for Control Point artist-led exhibition

The artist led Control Point exhibition at Plymouth Arts Centre, curated by artists Sovay Berriman and Steven Paige, needs Plymouth-based artists as Operative to research and gather material through residences, visits, hosting and correspondence.

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Canals, Copper and Creative Writing – the Tamar Valley and Victorian Tavistock

The industrial mining landscape of the Tamar Valley and Victorian Tavistock will be explored on a creative writing called the John Taylor Heritage Weekend – Canals, Copper and Creative Writing on Saturday, November 21 and Sunday, November 22.

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Zoe Hyde in the Big Draw at Thelma Hulbert Gallery

Artist Zoë Hyde will be at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, today (Saturday, October 10) for a Drawing Frenzy as the gallery takes part in the national Big Draw event from 10am – 4pm.

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Arts Job: Community Projects Officer, Theatre Royal Plymouth

The Theatre Royal Plymouth is looking for a Community Projects Officer, deadline is Tuesday, October 20 and the wage is £17,500 for a fixed term, ending June 2011. Blurb below.

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Uncharted Waters – Sara and Graham Gilbert at Chelston Gallery, Torquay

Uncharted Waters, is an exhibition of paintings and photography which focuses on the natural world – especially the sea and coast – from the Totnes, Devon, artists Sara and Graham Gilbert. The exhibition opens at the Chelston Gallery, Torquay, on Friday, October 9.

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Ellie Harrison’s London launch of Confessions of a Recovering Data Collector, published by Plymouth College of Art Press

Artist Ellie Harrison is having a London launch of her Plymouth College of Art published book Confessions of a Recovering Data Collector, which charts her former practice of keeping a record on pretty much everything she did, or as Ellie says, “it’s the first publication dedicated to my former ‘data collecting’ practice”  at Space Studios, London, on Thursday, October 8, at 7pm.

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