We all have our own way of interacting with art, and Lisa Watts has turned that interaction into an art form in itself.
We Can Have It All, refreshingly declares the title of Laura White’s solo show at the Spacex gallery, Exeter. The show promises to question value, taste and our relationship with consumer culture.
This wonderful poster design for Rhum and Clay’s new show A Strange Wild Song by Sandra Dieckmann deserves to be seen, as does the show, which is apparently inspired by a First World War event, and is now at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter.
The prospect of exciting theatre for young people is always worth a tingle or two to the spine, and that is apparently what Scruffy Mutt Theatre provide.
Scratch, the platform for artists to show their work in progress, is back at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre.
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.
Anyone who’s tried to put furniture together can feel an affinity to Michael Samuels’ This Was Tomorrow at the Spacex, Exeter.
Founded in 1974, Spacex is a leading contemporary art gallery located in the centre of Exeter. The diverse programme encourages the public to engage with the latest developments in contemporary art through a changing exhibitions programme, which includes new commissions, projects and activities.
Andro Semeiko will talk about his exhibition Le Grand Charmer, which is at the Exeter Phoenix.
In Le Grand Charmer, Andro Semeiko’s painting-based practice extends into drawing, sculpture and installation at the Exeter Phoenix.
Ignite is Exeter’s new festival on the block, filling the shoes of the city’s former fringe festival.
The Maynard School, Denmark Road, Exeter, is holding Art in Mind its third exhibition of work by contemporary, national and international professional artists. All the work exhibited will be for sale, including pottery and drawings from Gallery 36.
Who can fail but be inspired by a big RedBall? The RedBall, which rolls into Torbay on Saturday, June 2, has been granted the Inspire mark by the London 2012 Inspire programme.
Comedy can often be uncomfortable, and clowns give you the heebie-jeebies, not least with the territory they explore.
David Blandy’s Passage of the Soul exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix is still the part of the Guardian Guide’s exhibition pick of the week (well, till tomorrow – February 17 – at least).
Exeter’s Gloss Gallery is having an exhibition of new artists for 2012.
Backward Glance, an award-winning production from multi-story theatre company – they picked up a Creativity Award prize in Prague in 2009 – is at The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter.
South West playwright Hugh Janes premieres his gripping new play After Dark at The Bike Shed Theatre.
Soap Soup Theatre Company re-invent the classic tale of Little Red Riding Hood, with their show featuring a boxing Grandma, a dandy wolf and one very determined little girl.
Research into the collection of drawings by John Constable (1776-1837) at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) has revealed another portrait of a literary giant: Lord Byron.
Planet Elsewhere, Paul Magee‘s Exeter Phoenix Digital Art Commission exhibition exploring a passion for science – which he has apparently turned into a tragic hero – is at the Exeter Phoenix.
The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, has won the Empty Space, Mark Marvin Rent Subsidy Award 2011 for its in-house production of Bunnies.