RAMMsounds at Exeter RAMM will enable people with disabilities to access the museum spaces in a new and playful way
In Other Words by Naomi Frears is a thoughtful and playful new stop-motion work that explores the communicative qualities of sleeves and arms
On her daily walks, internationally-acclaimed Exeter-based photographer Michelle Sank captured the shared experience of lockdown
The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery in Exeter (RAMM) has announced the acquisition of a major photographic work by critically-acclaimed Devon-based artist, Susan Derges.
Exeter’s RAMM has announced they will host one of the largest porcelains in the Sir Percival David Collection from 10 August to 21 November
Music in the Galleries at the RAMM in Exeter, invites you to make your way through the museum with live musical accompaniment
Poignant new art display by Catherine Cartwright shines spotlight on risks to civil liberties posed by facial recognition technology
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