Sound installation artist Michael Fairfax will be performing on his hand-crafted instruments and welcoming visitors to play these and his piano wire installation after hours at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton.
Chris Dobrowolski will present his talk entitled Escape – How Not to Make a Living as an Artist, at The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art.
The not-for-profit DIY fest Fringe! Queer Film and Arts Festival, is stepping up its activity. For its fourth edition in 2014, Fringe! will spill out of the confines of a weekend to inhabit a full week of film, art, workshops and parties in various East London venues. The event rooted in London’s queer creative scene is getting bigger, and everyone is welcome!
The This Is Not a Gateway Festival could easily be subtitled The Trouble With Cities with its exploration of inequality in cities. But that might not give a nod to the extent of thought that flows through the festival, which for its fifth and final outing will take aim at White Supremacy and White Privilege.
The annual Appledore Visual Arts Festival is a cornucopia of inspiration and imagination, a four-day celebration of the best of visual arts with an impressive range of exhibitions, workshops, art-creation events, talks and walks to stimulate and excite everyone.
Pop_up, the creative arts evening of networking and sharing ideas is in Exeter on Thursday, November 10.
Emerging artists on first year degree programmes at Plymouth College of Art have curated their first exhibition which took place at Plymouth Arts Centre on Looe Street.