The Thelma Hulbert Gallery is opening its doors for an after hours event called Night Lines, as part of its Drop Me A Line exhibition with Museums At Night
Chris Dobrowolski will give at talk called Escape – How Not to Make a Living as an Artist at The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art
The DIY not-for-profit film and arts festival Fringe Queer Film and Arts Festival is even bigger for its fourth instalment, with a week full of events
The This Is Not a Gateway Festival investigates inequality in cities, and this year one of its themes is white supremacy
The four-day arts extravaganza of the Appeldore Visual Arts Festival is set to take place at the start of June
Pop_up the networking and creative events evening in the South West for is have some meet ups in the next few weeks, as well as preparing to celebrate its first birthday
Plymouth College of Art students took over Plymouth Arts centre for the culminatin of their E L E V E N project, where a a team of 11 students got to grips with curatorial strategy as they planned the exhibition from start to finish in 11 weeks.
The creative networking event Pop_up is taking place in Taunton and Totnes
Art, ancient rites and festivals combine in Exeter on Monday, March 21 when the Green Man makes his way into the town to bring in the spring equinox, leave original art work, and give people the chance to win tickets to events at the Exeter Phoenix.
Participatory arts group Encounters are hosting a project in the old grocery shop – not The Gallery – on the Dartington Estate. They’ve turned it into a shop! It’s intended to provide a friendly and informal space for Dartington staff, visitors and the local community to share their thoughts about Dartington’s past, present and future.
The Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, has a couple of events coinciding with Animated Exeter and it’s Crafty Animators exhibition, which too is alongside the Animated Exeter event
The Exeter RAMM’s famed Golde Fields of Rice will be on display at a talk at St Nicholas Priory in the city. The £17,000 piece will feature with other imtes from RAMM’s lacquerware collection.
make-shift is an online and live interactive networked performance about connectivity and consequences by Paula Crutchlow and Helen Varley Jamieson
Plymouth’s inclusive theatre company Strictly Collaborative is looking to raise money for its next production through a 24 Hours of Play event
The RedBall project is a pilot interactive art and education programme that will be trailed throughout South Devon in the lead up the 2012 Olympics – it’s already been Toronto, Sydney, Taipei and Barcelona, and will go to Weymouth in the run-up to the Olympic Games, before leaving the South West for London.