make-shift is a string of performances which re-imagine ‘the private actions of our domestic lives as multiple, interconnected and with global consequences’ – there was almost an air of prescience when Paula Crutchlow talked about the launch of the interactive online performance make-shift way back in November 2010.
Exeter University will host a free public exhibition as part of a project that examines the relationship between medicine and the modern arts, on Friday, April 15. The exhibition explores interconnections between the arts, health and well being in Devon, and consists of exhibits by arts and health organisations.
Pop_up is an experiment in building a community around creative practice and social media, and doing it on no budget, which meets each month at the Barrel House Totnes. We caught up with regular attendee Phil Rees of Deface
A bit of time for reflection now. Here’s Paul O’Keefe’s movie showcasing the work of the some of the graphic design students at Plymouth College of Art.
The motion graphic piece looks at the FD Graphic Design Year 2 Summer Shows 2010, and it might be just us, but when you watch it, everything feels just that little bit… warmer…
British Art Show 7, in the Days of the Comet, kicked off in Nottingham, where it will stay until early next year before it’s due to make its way London, Glasgow and then Plymouth in September, 2011.
Russell Youles lives and works in Tavistock, an ancient stannary town on the western fringes of Dartmoor. It is this quiet market town which has provided the subject matter of much of Russell’s photography, from the landscapes around the town, to the historic buildings within and the people which inhabit and visit the town.
The DIY exhibition in Exeter has seen artists collaborate to create new work and new opportunities, organisers Surface Arts explain how the exhibition came together and how important events like these are in the current economic climate