Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum has a partnership with DJ Gilles Peterson for a series of Jamaican Jazz Sessions take over London this August
Joe Webster takes creates an intimate and real relationship with place and self in his paintings which dance between abstraction and realism
Photography graduate of Plymouth College of Art Nicola Simpson takes people and their stories as her cue for eye-opening images
Castle in Sand is the new single from Tilly Dent ahead of an EP. It’s a melodice, poetic existential song. We asked where it came from
Nicky Hirst enjoys serendipity. Here Algorithms exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix explores the poetry of anagrams and chance
We believe the young artists are the future… that’s before reality starts kicking in and we realise the future is a dystopian past. But we can always dream, and these young artists from Plymouth College of Art keep us believing.
Al fresco eating is one of the laid-back joys of the summer. We’ve got the top 10 outdoor restaurants for you to look out for on your travels
Home is where the heart is. That oft embroidered term has an added significance for those who carry their houses with them. Nomads: home on the move at the Exeter RAMM explores the peripatetic way of life that is nomadic culture.
Sir Ian McKellen launched the ‘pay it forward’ campaign in Exeter Northcott to help get people to pantomimes who wouldn’t be able to afford it
A roundup in pictures of some of 2019’s most exciting creative graduates from Plymouth College of Art in its annual ones to watch series
Magic Carpet are showing their exhibition Who Am I at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, challenging any preconceptions and highlighting skills
The free ArtPassport app lets you explore exhibitions around the world in Virtual Reality from the comfort of your own home
Hidden Florence is a new free app to help you explore the complex history of the city through the eyes of those who lived there
The Creativity and Wellbeing week shows the deep links between the arts and all forms of health. There’s a whole range of benefits
63 years of the work of Martin Dutton will be explored in a retrospective of this abastract and landscape work in a Parallel Themes exhibition