The new South West Arts Education Partnership site has all kinds of interesting information about the organisations which support children and young people’s quality cultural opportunities, to quote them. Plus there are flashing lights – now that can’t be bad.
Are you young and gifted and musical? South West Music School is sniffing out exceptionally talented young musicians (Reggae to Rock, Folk to Flamenco and Bach to Bhangra – and any combination) aged between 8 and 16.
The award-winning Great Create Festival of the Arts (May 20 to June 28), now in its third year, showcases contemporary art in all formats from South West artists. This exhibition, founded and directed by artist Emma Carter, is hosted by the National Trust at Greenway – the woodland estate on the river Dart that was […]
Up to £200 is up for grabs in each of three categories for Dartmoor Photographic Competition, which is calling for photographers to capture the essence of Dartmoor in Landscape, Heritage and Life.
An 18th century Italian landscape oil painting, unearthed in the South Hams is looking to fetch around £250,000 when it goes up for auction at Bonhams in London on July 8.
As part of the Museums At Night Weekend, which takes place on the weekend of May 15 to May 17, Burton museum, Bideford, will be letting parents and children create their own spotlights with torches to uncover some of the museum’s mysteries.
Cheeky Monkey Records, the indie label from North Devon, has signed The Counterfeit Club.
A Tiverton street artist has painted portraits of police officers on a wall near Tiverton Police Station, much to the annoyance of Matthew Elliott of the Taxpayers’ Alliance.
Mike Jory‘s On Pastures New exhibition launched last night at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, at Exeter University and runs until Friday, May 15.
Architect Peter Zumthor has been named as the man behind new modernist designs for the project in the South Hams which will open up modern architecture to the general public. Planning approval is expected in May
A Third Wave Collective film from Curt Hennels and filmmaker Mandy Finesilver.
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Tom Mostyn’s scene of the Barnstaple Bridge from around 1900 will be up for acution at Rosebery’s with a guide price of between £1,500 and £2,500.
Linda Hajdukiewicz shows the Essence of Landscape at the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington.