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.
Where is the heart of Exeter? Artist Volkhardt Muller will try to find out in his exhibition at 89 South Street, Exeter during Exeter Open Studios.
Blast Theory, the adventurers in interactive media, have been commissioned to mark Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum’s reopening, and the city’s Spacex gallery is holding an exhibition to mark the 20 year anniversary of Balast Theatre.
David Cameron is a lot of things, and an inspiration for playwrights isn’t the first thing that springs to mind, but the first in-house production for the autumn season at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, has been inspired by the politician’s inelegant politicking when he announced ‘state multi-culturalism in the UK has failed’.
Part of Salvatore Arancio’s exhibition An Arrangement of Materials Ejected at the Spacex is a sound piece (Everything Keeps Dissolving), using a tune from experimental electronic band Coil, originally created to represent what’s coyly refered to ‘a certain hallucinogenic chemical’.
HEIST – an exhibition of ‘stolen’ art from the British Art Show – is he culmination of a six-month project by Devon artists Felicity Shillingford and Gabrielle Hoad.
There’s still change to vote for your favourite artwork at this year’s Audience Award at the Exeter Contemporary Open.
Exeter’s Spacex Gallery is holding one of its popular (and healthy) Gallery Breakfasts.
Feedback is one of the most important things for an artist to receive, now SCRATCH at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre is offering a work-in-progress event where the audience is invited to be a part of the action by providing feedback to every piece they see. From praise to criticism it doesn’t matter, as long as it is useful.
A public print action at the Exeter Phoenix will complete the process of turning every one of the 12,000 Exeter Open Studios brochures for this year’s programme into a unique art document, from 6pm-8pm on Monday, October 17.
For the sixth year Exeter artists will be opening their doors to the public for Exeter’s Open Studios event which runs from 4-6 November 2011.
Exeter Open Studios brochures are unique collectibles in their own right – each one of the 12,000 have been stamped with a mini signature artwork, going by the quaint name of 12000 Blessings.
Following last year’s Around The World in Eighty Days, Quirk Theatre Company return to the Exeter Phoenix this December with an adaptation of George MacDonald’s celebrated 1872 fairytale The Princess and the Goblin.
Artist Paul Magee has picked up the Exeter Phoenix Digital Art Commission for his Planet Elsewhere project.
With the way the climate looks to be going, the Quixotic journey to find a tropical rain forest in Northumberland may not be so far fetched in the not-so-distant future, but that’s what the one man mini epic adventure story The Stations: Fourstones, aims to do in its tale of a voyage of discover – and hot from its hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The Exeter Contemporary Opens runs from September 15 to November 2 at the Exeter Phoenix and features 15 artist who have submitted their work to the exhibition.
Exeter’s RAMM has selected the BAFTA nominated artists’ group, Blast Theory, to produce a work of international standing that will add a new dimension for the museum’s visitors at its December openning.
Everyone knows a net is a heap load of holes tied together which string, and you could end up getting caught up in knots if you spend too much time scratching your head over Darren Harvey-Regan‘s solo exhibition at the Phoenix Gallery, Exeter.
Fast-paced and funny performance poets Mab Jones and Anthony Fairweather are taking their slam-winning style of spoken poetry to the Exeter Fringe Festival with their show That’s Easy For You To Say.