We Can Have It All, refreshingly declares the title of Laura White’s solo show at the Spacex gallery, Exeter. The show promises to question value, taste and our relationship with consumer culture.
The Telegraph Ways With Words festival of words and ideas is continuing to offer its successful bursary scheme for the much-loved 10-day festival this year at Dartington Hall.
This summer, New York artist Kurt Perschke is bringing his celebrated art project, the 15 foot inflatable RedBall to the UK. Co-produced by Torbay Council and The Dartington Hall Trust, it arrives on the streets of the English Riviera in Torbay in June.
Whether your view on islands is more John Donne, than Dolly Parton, the Nowhere Island project is sure to raise a few eyebrows.
A new line-up of Performing Arts Summer Sessions is coming to Exeter and the South West in August, providing fun creative opportunities for young people and banishing summer boredom. Five-day sessions are held at Exeter University and Blandford in Dorset for students over 11 years of age, while younger children aged eight to 12 years will enjoy a selection of three-day sessions in Totnes, Devon.
Devon artist Helen Snell will be exhibiting some of her laser cut vessels at the Black Swan Arts Contemporary Open.
A new database has been launched to help freelancers in the South West find work in the creative industry sector by connecting talent with businesses.
An artwork that has toured around the world will soon be taking a trip around the South West in a trial that will lead up to the 2012 Olympics.
The South West’s emerging creative entrepreneurs are putting the finishing touches to an exclusive preview of their postgraduate work at the Devonport Guildhall in Plymouth this month.
Paintings in Hospitals is the national charity dedicated to improving health, well-being and the patient experience through the display of original artworks in health care facilities has teamed up with Exeter Health Care Arts to establish a regional ‘hub’ at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital.
Plymouth City Council and Plymouth College of Art are working together to develop a series of commissions of temporary public artworks that will be sited in Central Park, Plymouth, between April and October.
Artsmatrix, the South West support service for artists and the creative industries in the South West has folded.
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen and the Centre for Enamel Research (there is such a place?) at the University of the West of England, have pooled their resources to offer 10 free places (usually cost £120 each) on two enamel workshops.