The third and final part of the exhibition of new work for the new year from North Devon Arts artists finishes on March 8.
Exmouth Library is hosting talks on an Exmouth artist who become one of Australia’s greatest painters and accompanied Darwin on the Beagle
Schools around Barnstaple have been producing artwork to celebrate the restoration of the town’s famous Albert Clock, commonly known as the Four-faced liar (four clockfaces and not one of them the same time).
Stephen Fuller explores Brunel’s rail bridge over the Tamar in oil painting
A Junior Ploughcappella, for young people who are interested in singing, has been set up in Torrington.
Free jazz is on offer from the National Youth Jazz Collective in the Great Hall at Dartington on Sunday (February 29).
Roy Anderson’s painting of Churchill has been likened to the style of Graham Sutherland, by Lord David Owen, no less. You can make your own mind up – it’s on display at Exeter Central Library until the end of May.
Jamie Whyte has donated one his pictures to Tiverton Pannier Market.
Respected Devon artist Lionel Aggett had died in Exeter
To celebrate the 350th anniversary of Henry Purcell’s birth, the Totnes Early Music Society will hold a Meet Mr Purcell performance at St Mary’s Church, Totnes, on Saturday (February 28) at 7.30pm.
The future of Sir Joshua Reynolds’ Omai is uncertain, but as one of the nation’s most important art works, some say it should stay in the country
Sidmouth Folk Festival (July 31 to August 7) has been given a grant of £5,000 from Devon County Councillor Stuart Hughes’ special project fund.
Lympstone artist Wilf Plowman is a favourite of the royals, and seems to have had a stately reputation himself.
Landscape photographer Adrian Oakes will have an exhibition at A la Rone until Wednesday, March 25.
Exmouth-based crime writer Graham Hurley has just released his 23rd book, and there’s talk of a tv series.