David Blandy’s Passage of the Soul exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix is still the part of the Guardian Guide’s exhibition pick of the week (well, till tomorrow – February 17 – at least).
Planet Elsewhere, Paul Magee‘s Exeter Phoenix Digital Art Commission exhibition exploring a passion for science – which he has apparently turned into a tragic hero – is at the Exeter Phoenix.
There’s still change to vote for your favourite artwork at this year’s Audience Award at the Exeter Contemporary Open.
A public print action at the Exeter Phoenix will complete the process of turning every one of the 12,000 Exeter Open Studios brochures for this year’s programme into a unique art document, from 6pm-8pm on Monday, October 17.
Following last year’s Around The World in Eighty Days, Quirk Theatre Company return to the Exeter Phoenix this December with an adaptation of George MacDonald’s celebrated 1872 fairytale The Princess and the Goblin.
Artist Paul Magee has picked up the Exeter Phoenix Digital Art Commission for his Planet Elsewhere project.
The Exeter Contemporary Opens runs from September 15 to November 2 at the Exeter Phoenix and features 15 artist who have submitted their work to the exhibition.
Everyone knows a net is a heap load of holes tied together which string, and you could end up getting caught up in knots if you spend too much time scratching your head over Darren Harvey-Regan‘s solo exhibition at the Phoenix Gallery, Exeter.
SLUG! is the story of a woman who encounters both her nemesis and unexpected erotic fulfilment in the form of giant, home-wrecking, tango-dancing Slugs – we’ve all been there…
Ever thought that the sea shore could offer more to art than boats in a harbour, crashing waves or ripples? Then French video artist Marcel Dinahet is your man – and he’s at the Exeter Phoenix.
The Exeter Phoenix is inviting entries for Exeter Contemporary Open 2011, for emerging and mid-career artists to exhibit their work.
Edwina Ashton’s latest animated film …in a rose columned garden, commissioned by the Exeter Phoenix Gallery and Animated Exeter, is inspired by the 19th century naturalist and theologian Philip Gosse and his meticulous study of marine life in Devon’s rock pools. It’s being shown in the Exeter Phoenix Gallery along with her other art work in the exhibition Edwina Ashton: Out with the Hammers.
Sovay Berriman’s Entertaining at the Dust Lounge is currently at the Exeter Phoenix Gallery, and she is giving a talk about her work and practice at the gallery tomorrow (Saturday, April 24). We caught up with her beforehand to find out her work, which considers collective imagination, optimism and symbolism
The Exeter Phoenix is inviting entries for Exeter Contemporary Open 2010, a platform for emerging and mid-career artists to exhibit their work.
You’ve got till the end of the month (Sunday, February 28 – that’s not long!) to catch Volkhardt Mueller’s Cupboard Revolutions at the Exeter Phoenix’s Gallery 333.
Sculptor Frances Davidson designed and produced the ingenious fluid and popcorn-filled snowdomes that were the D+CFilm Awards for this year’s Two Short Nights film festival at the Exeter Phoenix, but how does Dr Caligari feature in her thought process?
The Exeter Phoenix is looking for a slew of woman artists to take part in an art extravaganza on the eve of International Women’s Day 2010 (Sunday, March 7, 8pm).
There is a vacant chair at the Exeter Phoenix. Or rather the artist organisation is looking for a new chairperson.
The public award for the Exeter Contempoary Open exhibition at Exeter Phenix went to Bristol artist Angela Lizon for her Colossal Cat No 10.
Freefall is the first Exeter Phoenix Youth Arts Festival, created entirely by and for people aged 13-25, leading to a weekend of performances, workshops and projects on November 6-8.