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Attik Dance thrill and chill as they help launch Plymouth Art College’s new underwater photography course

Plymouth dance company, Attik Dance, braved chilly temperatures to twist and twirl beneath the surface at the National Marine Aquarium on Thursday, December 10 as they highlighted the new BA (Hons) in Underwater and Surface-Based Imaging at Plymouth College of Art.

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Light and sound artists wanted for World Class engagement project across the South West – know anyone?

Torbay, Dorset and Swindon have been working together to increase participation in the arts since autumn 2008, along with the Arts Council South West and Audiences South West, and they’ve come up with the thrilling idea of putting something on. They are after an artist to produce a world class piece of work in light and or sound.

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Teignmouth’s new Carlton Centre (to replace the Carlton Theatre) planning application to be submitted

The Carlton Centre project group, which is looking at the building that will replace the Carlton Theatre, Teignmouth, have been working through the final concept and designs for the building and have asked officers to prepare and submit a formal planning application to Teignbridge District Council.

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Sculptor Frances Davidson designed the D+CFilm Awards for this year’s Two Short Nights


Sculptor Frances Davidson designed and produced the ingenious fluid and popcorn-filled snowdomes that were the D+CFilm Awards for this year’s Two Short Nights film festival at the Exeter Phoenix, but how does Dr Caligari feature in her thought process?

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