The Exeter Contemporary Open is back at the Exeter Phoenix with 15 new and established artists making noise in the contemporary art world
Home is where the heart is. That oft embroidered term has an added significance for those who carry their houses with them. Nomads: home on the move at the Exeter RAMM explores the peripatetic way of life that is nomadic culture.
Women Artists close out the year at Exeter’s RAMM, with an exhibition that finishes 2018, kicks off the new year and runs into summer.
Art historian, critic and curator Dr Jean Wainwright has brought together a group of internationally recognised artists for Another Spring, at the Exeter Phoenix. The exhibition reflects those nationalistic trends in Western Society
The Exeter Contemporary Open at the Exeter Phoenix is in its 11th year and will again showcase emerging and established contemporary visual artists from across the UK and beyond
TD Pryke’s paintings seem to punch above their weight at the Exeter Phoenix Cafe Bar Gallery
The worlds of live artist and visual artist interact at Exeter’s Spacex in Skittish, and exhibition from Lisa Watts and Lucy May
Laura White calls on you to break down your preconceptions and enjoy stuff for what it is with her We Can Have It All exhibition
We’re really enjoying Sandra Dieckmann’s poster design for A Strange Wild Song, Rhum and Clay’s latest at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, so here it is, along with details of the show
The prospect of exciting theatre for young people from Scruffy Mutt Theatre in their Terrible Tales.
Scratch, the platform for artists to show their work in progress, is back at Exeter’s Bike Shed Theatre.
Control, endurance and (dis)empowerment in John Court’s work at the Spacex, Exeter, in the artist’s first solo show
Michael Samuels looks at furniture which is imbued with the elegant promise of utility, see it at This Was Tomorrow
There are two jobs on offer at Exeter’s Spacex gallery. Founded in 1974 and found on Preston Street in the centre of Exeter
Uncover Andro Semeiko’s Le Grand Charmer as the artist talks about the exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix