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.
The Pop_up creative networking event has spread into Taunton from Totnes – and there are events coming up at both venues in the coming weeks.
Art, ancient rites and festivals combine in Exeter on Monday, March 21 when the Green Man makes his way into the town to bring in the spring equinox, leave original art work, and give people the chance to win tickets to events at the Exeter Phoenix.
The Dartington Hall Trust has commissioned a participatory arts company Encounters to host a project at Dartington that explores how change and transition can affect and potentially transform individuals and communities.
Golden Fields of Rice by Mutsumi Suzuki and other items from RAMM’s lacquerware collection will be displayed at a talk on Japanese lacquerware at St Nicholas Priory on Wednesday, December 8.
There couldn’t be a more appropriate time for the make-shift performance to hit the airwaves and the psyche. With the issue of remote working revisited after the bad weather, make-shift takes the idea one step further to provide a live and interactive performance straight onto your laptop on Sunday, December 5 at 3.30pm (GMT).
Strictly Collaborative is calling for people to join in their multi-disciplined durational performance 24 Hours of Play.
An artwork that has toured around the world will soon be taking a trip around the South West in a trial that will lead up to the 2012 Olympics.
An extensive list of confirmed galleries will be in Torquay in October for the inaugural Devon Art Fair, which will be the largest event of its type to be held in the South West.
Devon Open Studios, takes place again this year with 20 per cent more venues. It is the largest showcase for artists in the county and over 260 artists will be opening their doors for 16 days in September (from Saturday, September 4 to Sunday, September 19), exhibiting their work in more than 130 locations.
How long does it take you to get to know a street… really get to know it? Simon Persighetti and Phil Smith, who are two of the guiding lights behind the Mis-guides are calling for people to join them on a Tour of Sardine Street – that’s Queen Street in Exeter, to you.
As part of this year’s Exeter Summer Festival, a huge wind-powered mechanical animal sculpture will go walkabout in Exeter’s Princesshay between Friday and Sunday July 2 and 4, from 11am to 5pm.
A free symposium investigating the methods of creative practice used to motivate young learners will take place at Studio 1, Dartington College of Arts, Totnes, on Wednesday, July 21.
Project Space 11 is set to ignite the Plymouth arts scene with its city market place location, with its aim to demystify and promote contemporary art and create a hub for South West artist. Arts+Culture caught up with them to find out more…
Literary titans, comedians, economists, environmentalists, historians, Turner Prize-winning artists, sports legends and politicians will gather to speak at this year’s 10-day, Telegraph Ways With Words Festival of Words and Ideas at Dartington Hall in South Devon from July 9 to 19.