There’s still time to catch the remaining concerts in Newton Abbot’s NADSA series, now in their 72nd Seaon:
Two of the UK’s leading underground music producers collaborate to create new music in response to two iconic Devon train journeys
Take a torch into the Incidental Imagery show to see artwork in a new way. Arts+Culture popped along so you wouldn’t have to stay in the dark.
Museum Development Officers in Devon are seeking to appoint a creative freelancer with experience of working with young people and with youth provision in local government to facilitate partnerships between museums and youth services and develop proposals for innovative projects.
A group of artists called Incidental Imagery will be showing their work in Newton Abbot, Devon, from Friday, November, 27 to Sunday, December 6. We got in touch with artist Luci Coles from the group to find out what Incidental Imagery is all about.
Artists are always looking for a platform for their work, and three South Devon artists have found just that – a train platform.
Five artists under the moniker of Incidental Imagery are exhibiting at an unusual site in the centre of Newton Abbot at the end of November, and the show aims to highlight not only their rare talent, but also energy saving.
A landscape architect who is working on the Shaldon tunnel defence scheme and is looking for contacts who would be interested in a piece of artwork that will be part of this scheme. It will involve a bespoke piece of furniture preferably made of timber.
Newton Abbot, Devon, artist/sculptor Maddy Norris is need of a cheap or free shed of some description to protect her and her artwork from the elements.
The Teign Artists are again at Mallards Barn, Newton Abbot, for this year’s Devon Open Studios, and the good natured group are even planning a Pirate Party (fancy dress, et al) for Saturday, September 19.