Paintings in Hospitals is the national charity dedicated to improving health, well-being and the patient experience through the display of original artworks in health care facilities has teamed up with Exeter Health Care Arts to establish a regional ‘hub’ at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital.
Martin Bush is the first artist to be exhibiting a painting at the new Window Gallery in The House of Fraser store in Plymouth.
Theatre Alibi are performing Graham Greene’s The Ministry of Fear is at the Exeter Northcott. Have a listen to this atmospheric live score for double bass and sax and a stunning set and lighting inspired by the bombed-out wreckage of London during the Blitz.
A Devon moorland pony has been used to make an organic hiking rucksack, in a new artwork exploring issues around tourism, the landscape, and the management of wild areas used for recreation.
Exciting and enigmatic artist Emily Wardill premieres her film Game Keeper Without Game today (Saturday, December 12) at the Spacex, Exeter.
The Brook Gallery, Budleigh Salterton, seems to have a hotline to the art world’s glitterati, not only is it able to muster top names to its Christmas exhibition (Brendan Neiland, Brad Faine, Bruce McLean and Sir Peter Blake), but its also managed to bag two new pieces by Damien Hirst to exhibit – a coup for an independent gallery.
Gallery 36 in Exeter is holding an event on Sunday, November 29 ‘from 11am till we are exhausted’, according to the press release, which will include ‘good fun artists showing great accessible work’.