Antony Gormley’s picture Lost Boy is up for grabs – along with other work – in an auction at Exeter Castle to raise funds for the Dartmoor Arts Summer School bursary scheme
Plymouth City Council and Plymouth College of Art are calling for are looking to commission a South West-based artist/artist group for a project that will take place during August.
Teignmouth Arts Advisory Group moves into to Teignmouth’s Swanson’s Garage as an interim arts centre
Wren Music’s Feet First for Families aims to introduce children and young people across Devon to folk dance in all its forms
Devon Guild of Craftsmen’s Tall Stories exhibition aims to re-animate the world of storytelling through automata: objects that move or have mechanical motion
East Devon’s Thelma Hulbert Gallery is calling for East Devon residents to suggest a theme for its 2010 Open Exhibition, which will also mark the gallery’s re-opening after five-months for refurbishment. The Open theme competition brings with it the promise of prizes
The Drum Theatre, Plymouth, is hosting the European premiere of the much-acclaimed Eurydice, Sarah Ruhl’s telling of the Orpheus tale – a mix of Alice in Wonderland meets Greek myth
Exeter’s Double Elephant Print Workshop and Devon Records Office are offering six commissions in Politics in Print for artists of all disciplines.
New e-zine Purge says it’s a free, non-profit, unpretentious, proletarian, pocket-sized monthly, for people who are not easily spoon fed when it comes to the cultural industries!
Exeter-based artist Volkhardt Muller along with Lady Lucy (who went to Plymouth University’s Exeter College of Art, back in the day), and the South West’s Amy Feneck will be having conversations with the people who live in Exeter’s Fore Street and West Quarter for the Spacex’s Random Acts of Art.
Volkhardt Muller’s Cupboard Revolutions gives people the opportunity to offer up their own submissions for items that need exploding. It’s on at the Exeter Phoenix until the end of February 2010. We live in dangerous times, and this could be cathartic
Zest, the Plymouth-based organisation which improves the health environment, is looking for two artists to work with them as associates
Plymouth gallery 45 Southside is holding a solo exhibition of ceramic artist Jenny Beavan’s collection Water at Work. Jenny explores the way water interacts with clay and material she finds near her home in Bodmin
Dartmoor Arts Summer School, an intensive week-long programme which brings together established practitioners with new and emerging artists and provides a forum for experimentation and critical debate.
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery has been awarded the accreditation of Quality Assured Visitor Attraction again. The museum’s modern approach to its traditional role was singled out