Category Archives: South West

The City You Dream of Project

Watershed announces shortlist for the £30,000 Playable City Award 2013

The City You Dream of Project

The City You Dream of Project, shortliested for the Playable City Award

The £30,000 Playable City Award was launched by Bristol’s Watershed October this year to challenge artists from all over the world to bring together creative technologies, art and play to surprise and engage audiences by bringing a sense of wonder into public spaces.

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Michael Samuels, Tragedy of the Commons

Botched and beautiful, sculptural furniture with abstract balance: Michael Samuels’ This Was Tomorrow at the Spacex, Exeter

Michael Samuels, Tragedy of the Commons

Michael Samuels, Tragedy of the Commons, 2012. Photo Roberto Rubalcava & Beate Sonnenberg. Courtesy Rokeby, London

Anyone who’s tried to put furniture together can feel an affinity to Michael Samuels’ This Was Tomorrow at the Spacex, Exeter.

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The Spacex on Preston Street

Jobs on offer at one of the South West’s leading galleries

The Spacex on Preston Street

The Spacex on Preston Street, 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.

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Foreigner at the Edge

Sculptural exhibition at Combe Trenchard, Devon, features new work from Chris Amey

Foreigner at the Edge

Chris Amey's Foreigner at the Edge

Sculptor Chris Amey has new work at the Sculptural exhibition at Combe Trenchard. We spoke to Chris about his Foreigner at the Edge work at Heathercombe in September 2010, covering his background, inspiration, and the role of an artist in society, and much more.

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Group teaching -forging

Bursaries for young and emerging artists at the Dartmoor Arts Project Summer School

Group teaching -forging

Group teaching at the Dartmoor Arts Project

The Dartmoor Arts Project, which takes place in Drewsteignton from July 22-28, is offering bursaries to young and emerging artists and those with limited finances to join the summer school this year. Bursaries cover up to 50% of the summer school fees.

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