Levowan might be one of Cornwall’s smaller, and certainly newest vocal ensembles, but it kept its large audience spellbound with almost an hour’s uninterrupted singing, as part of the ongoing Lunchtime Recital Series at St Andrew’s.
The eagle-eyed art aficionados of the south west and beyond will have recognised the presence of a somewhat insolent looking woman popping up hither and thither. The image in question is that Greedy Gwen, who’s been at the National Original Print Exhibition at the Bankside Gallery in London in September 2014; the RWA show in Bristol, and has now made her way to the cover of Ma Bain‘s latest album.
Joe Kennedy’s passion for furniture making really does run in the family.
4Elementz is a specialist Hip Hop and Grime record label, which creates artist photography, music videos, events and clothing line. It also runs its own trainee work-experience programme for young people looking to getting in media and the music business.
Totnes based Matthew & Me leave their South Devon home this summer to embark on a tour of Cornwall.
Cornwall’s RAra Collective, ‘who are bound together by their love of the strange, the new, the bizarre, and, of a truly great party’, are having a three-day exhibition at the Rock Institute in Wadbridge.
A new exhibition will be serving up a feast of verbal and visual treats to visitors to Cornwall in August and September.
Drawn to the Valley artists are inviting Plymouth artists to open their studios (or homes, or sheds) during the first week of the British Art Show 2011, beginning September 17. The British Art Show will attract extra art-lovers to Plymouth, and Drawn to the Valley will be part of the Fringe events taking place.
The launch of the new £19 million performance centre at the University College Falmouth’s Tremough Campus, Penryn, is being celebrated by a vibrant, and largely free, programme of contemporary art.
Plymouth Arts Centre is calling for artists (including students) from Devon and Cornwall, who are interested in deevloping performance elements in their work to get into touch.
Nick Warren of Plymouth’s graphic design company N9 Design, has been invited to join the Dott Cornwall – a programme of design-led community engagement projects in Cornwall running until November 2010.
Nobel Prize winning novelist and Cornwall’s most famous literary son, the late Sir William Golding, is being celebrated by the University of Exeter at a special memorial lecture on Thursday, March 5. Golding’s daughter, Judy Carver is showing her support by attending and sponsoring the inaugural lecture organised by the University’s Centre for South West Writing.