Plymouth’s Attik Dance need an education and creative development practitioner

Attik Dance are after an education and creative development practitioner.

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Damnable Suggestions of Rhythmical Throbbing: Dan Sidey reviews Wilbur Whateley / Psychopomps by Neil Rose

Neil Rose, sonic artist and lecturer at Plymouth College of Art, has developed a double A side concept album – his first, and something of a departure for him – titled Wilbour Whatley / Psychompomps, inspired by the writings of HP Lovecraft.

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Josie McCoy’s Visiones de Anhelo show, at Galeria Espacio, Valencia

If you’re in Valencia this weekend, you could pop along to see Josie McCoy’ in Visiones de Anhelo, at Galeria Espacio, which runs from Saturday, October 24 to Thursday, November 12.

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Gormley’s Trafalgar Plinth has appeal for Exeter Uni’s Andy Thatcher, plus more

Of the 2,400 people selected to participate in Anthony Gormley’s Fourth Plinth Exhibition in Trafalgar Square, a surprising number seems to have come from the Exeter Univeristy, the organisation got in touch to say.

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Colossal Cat wins the public prize at the Exeter Phoenix’s Exeter Contemporary Open exhibition

The public award for the Exeter Contempoary Open exhibition at Exeter Phenix went to Bristol artist Angela Lizon for her Colossal Cat No 10.

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Kellerman to come to the Exeter Northcott from imitating the dog – ‘near as dammit a total work of art’, according to the Observer

imitating the dog, one of the UK’s most original and innovative performance theatre companies, are set to follow up the critical success of their last production, Hotel Methuselah, with their play, Kellerman, at Exeter Northcott on Friday and Saturday, November 20 and 21 at 7.30pm.

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