Lillian Delevoryas will show her new work in an exhibition in Totnes until April 4
The developers behind Exeter’s Jury Inn hotel have give the city council £40,000 for public art as part of the planning agreement for the hotel
Time to pause, think, experiment and play… Unconventional mosaic art-making with a wide variety of materials – from plastic, metal, ceramic, found and reclaimed objects, to gold and hand-glazed ceramic pieces.
The Spacex, Exeter, has a heap of activities for young people and children
Appledore, Another View for a competition is calling for photographers to submit work which looks at life in the village for a calendar
Lipson Community College has been redesignated as a specialist art college
Musical prodigy Ben Scott is set for his first solo show at Ottery Parish Church
Dmitry Trubin’s work is on show at the achingly chic istorm gallery on Exeter Quay
Artists band together to raise money for Doddstock, a one-day free festival in memory of Julius Dodd who was killed in a motorbike accident in Churston in 2007 at the age of 24
David Francis, a music man, is down your way – he’s just been appointed the new director of arts at Dartington
Colin Shaddick has called for ukulele players, and those who are interested in the ukulele, to get in touch for the Barnstaple Ukulele Sturmmers
A selection of school students’ work as well as a special cross-school project, Wild, is on display at the Plough Arts Centre, Torrington.
One of Shakespeare’s problem comedies, Measure for Measure, gets an outing at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth, with Alisdair McGowan as the Duke
Laura Kikauka’s first UK solo exhibition at the Spacex is an fun investigation of mass culture – you can even bring your own records (remember them)
Britain’s oldest Wurlitzer organ will lead a fundraising concert in Beer.