Using the images of Jem Southam’s Rivers and Streams exhibition as a starting point, the Devon Guild of Craftsmen has created Waterlines, two-days of free drop-in Big Draw activities for half-term.
Verity Newman and Jan O’Highway cast an eye on what they say is the beauty existing in death and the vanity and folly of our precarious existence in an exhibition timed to celebrate Halloween, All Saints and Sanheim, apparently when the veil between the worlds is thin.
A selection of works by members of North Devon Arts evoking ideas of space, both real and imaginary, elusive, secluded, hidden and esoteric are the inspiration for the Secret Spaces exhibition, hosted by the West Gallery, West Putford, near Bradworthy, North West Devon.
A new collective exhibition in RedEarth Gallery, Bickleigh, showcasing selected drawings by 14 South West Contemporary Artists, promises to be a beautiful exhibition of original drawings in a variety of differing styles and medium from intricate pen and ink drawings by Georgina Crawford to strong flowing graphite drawings by Tony Williams.
New works alongside drawings and performance produced over the last 15 years from Bromley-born Finish-based artist John Court in his first UK solo exhibition at the Spacex.
Folk and community arts charity Wren Music is to present a Summer Music Club in Okehampton for young musicians from Monday 13 to Friday 17 August 2012.
Maggie Smith, Sam Gingell and Sarah Harcus have looked to Slapton Ley Nature Reserve for their third group exhibition at Harbour House – Interpretations 3.
Photocubist Ben Yates has created a new Dark Arts exhibition for Totnes, Devon.
Devon based artist Clem So will appear on BBC Two art programme Show Me The Monet on July 26 at 3pm.
Devon’s folk arts charity Wren Music continues its new Folk Comes To Town series of high-profile folk events in Okehampton with a concert featuring Simon Mayor & Hilary James, Matt Norman, and the Mandolin Orchestra Of Devon on Saturday, July 14 2012.
Sample the sights, sounds and smells of North Carolina in North Devon with Dave and Sadie Green’s A Postcard from Manteo installation.
The Telegraph Ways With Words Festival of Words and Ideas arrives at picturesque Dartington Hall on Friday, July 6. Local, national and international names in literature, history, broadcasting and journalism will flock to the 10-day event, now in its 21st year.
The South Hams Arts Forum is presenting its 10th annual exhibition – Contemporary Passions X – at Harbour House, Kingsbridge.
Chris Amey’s new sculpture Six And Twelve, A Spire To Be will be unveiled at Sculptural at Coombe Trenchard.
On a wild night in 2004, far from civilization in a remote valley on Dartmoor, a group of creative teenagers were camping out with with their drama group run by MED Theatre.
Sculptor Chris Amey has new work at the Sculptural exhibition at Combe Trenchard. We spoke to Chris about his Foreigner at the Edge work at Heathercombe in September 2010, covering his background, inspiration, and the role of an artist in society, and much more.
The Telegraph Ways With Words festival of words and ideas is continuing to offer its successful bursary scheme for the much-loved 10-day festival this year at Dartington Hall.
The Dartmoor Arts Project, which takes place in Drewsteignton from July 22-28, is offering bursaries to young and emerging artists and those with limited finances to join the summer school this year. Bursaries cover up to 50% of the summer school fees.
Dartmoor Arts Project is hosting its sixth annual summer school in and around Drewsteignton this coming July. Last year’s summer school was full to capacity with over 120 artists, architects, printmakers and performers joining the school from all over the country and further afield. This year’s summer school has new courses on offer as well as some of the more well known ones.