Spacex, Exeter’s acclaimed contemporary visual art organisation, is at a challenging yet exciting point in its 40 year history. After temporary closure in response to funding cuts, the organisation has transformed the way it works. In place of being a gallery with a rolling programme of exhibitions Spacex now produces projects in collaboration with a wide range of partners.
Plymouth University has joined forces with one of the country’s favourite festivals to increase opportunities for all to engage with the arts.
London and Beyond is a joint exhibition at the For Arts Sake gallery by two London printmakers, Gail Brodholt and Louise Davies.
People across Devon have backed Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) to help it come top in a national public vote to work with acclaimed British artist Luke Jerram.
The University of Exeter will make significant investment into the Exeter Northcott Theatre as part of a new partnership.
A first of its kind project to showcase East Midlands artists at one of the world’s most prestigious exhibitions is expected to inspire a new generation of practitioners, curators and art-lovers.
Artist Gerald O’Connell and students at St Mungo’s Broadway Recovery College, London, have teamed up for a new project to raise funds and awareness about homelessness.