An exhibition spanning the printmaking career of painter and Turner Prize winner Howard Hodgkin is at the Burton Art Gallery & Museum, Bideford
Edwina Ashton’s new film was commissioned by the Exeter Phoenix and Animated Exeter and will be part of her exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix Gallery – it features, among other things, eccentricity, isolation and insects
Two creative arts bursary schemes on offer from Dartington. The first is through a collaboration with South Devon College and for an Apprenticeship in Technical Theatre. The second is with the DCMS Jerwood Creative Bursaries Scheme and will provide a paid work placement in arts management and production to a recent graduate
There are four paid arts intern opportunities in the UK and the Netherlands with the arts opportunity group co.lab. With experience, payment and a chance to work in the UK and Netherlands on offer, the only problem is the application has to be in by Monday, September 20…
Artist film-maker and doctoral researcher Kayla Parker interviews herself and Dr Roberta Mock, Professor of Performance Studies, about arts research in the Faculty of Arts at University of Plymouth
Plymouth writer Helen Tope takes a look at the life of Beryl Bainbridge
Ways With Words literary festival at Dartington includes literary titans, comedians, economists, environmentalists, historians, Turner prize-winning artists, sports legends and politicians.
Heather Smith pops along to Jeremy Millar’s Amongst Others exhibition at Plymouth Arts Centre and see’s an investigation into myth, ritual and magic, while she crunches the salt on the floor
Exeter artist John McDermott talks about his work and the Atermath exhibition at Exeter Castle. “My artwork is a reflection on my own 28 years in the military and of warfare,” he says.
Aftermath: John McDertmott on the background of the exhibition on conflict at Exeter Castle
Ways With Words, the literary festival at Dartington South Devon, which has been described as the ‘the Glyndebourne of literature festivals’, has announced its lineup of literary titans
Exeter-based artist Volkhardt Muller on the Random Acts of Art project which looks at Exeter’s West Quarter. He’s one of the artists in residence at the Exeter Spacex gallery for the project
Plymouth photographer Simon Keitch speaks to Francesca Steele about her body building performance art Routine and her involvement in the Pigs of Today are the Hams of Tomorrow.
The D+CFilm Awards for Two Short Nights were designed by sculptor Frances Davidson. She mixed popcorn, film references and Lara’s theme from Dr Zhivago went to create the wonderful award
Scott Daniels’ solo show Co.Lab at Plymouth College of Art will call for interaction from the audience, especially with his destructive shredder
The Theatre Royal Plymouth is lookin gof a Community Projects Officer
Plymouth’s Theatre Royal theatre is looking for a creative learning assistant. The closing date is Tuesday, October 20
An intern is wanted by Plymouth Arts Centre for Hams of Today or Pigs of tomorrow
Jane Perkins, who we interview in a podcast as part of our Devon Open Studios coverage, will be on Alan Titchmarsh’s ITV show on Monday, September 28
Dance in Devon is on the look out to commission an experienced, independent evaluator with a good knowledge of the dance sector to devise and implement an evaluation strategy, which measures the effectiveness of the organisation from April 2007- April 2010.
Crime scene, in the court house, inside an intimate group therapy room –gripping courtroom dance drama Justitia set to come to the Exeter Northcott
A Dolls House is on at the Exeter Northcott theatre until Saturday, September 26, and we’ve got some production photos, take a gander – which character are you most like, do you reckon?