Small, private actions can have global consequences – and this is what the make-shift performances explore in homes and on the web, and now the intimate and innovate performance is going on tour, you too can book them and get in on the action. Find out more about what to expect
A free public exhibition at Exeter University will examine the interconnections between the arts, health and well being in Devon. Fitting, as Exeter is one of the first places where psychological art therapies were used
Phil Rees of design firm Deface on how his graphics grew, the importance of building a creative community, and the exciting times ahead.
Reflect on summer with Paul O’Keefe’s showreel from Plymouth college of art FD Graphic Design Year 2 Summer Shows 2010
British Art Show 7, in the Days of the Comet began in Nottingham where its combination of contemporary art will stay before it begins its tour around Britain, popping into London and Glasgow, before its finale in Plymouth. Here’s a taster from the opening night
Tavistock photographer Russell Youles took his passion for image making and traditional photographic skills on the streets for new inspiration. The result was People in Tavistock, a collaboration artist / photographer Steve Bloom. Russell talks to ArtsCulture
The DIY exhibition in Exeter had allowed artists to collaborate to create new work and new opportunities, organisers Surface Arts explain how the exhibition came together and how important events like the DIY exhibition are for artists – and the general public – in the current economic climate
Chris Amey’s latest work, Foreigner at the Edge sculpture exhibition, Heathercombe until Sunday, September 26, has been said to ‘dance all the time you are walking past it’. The sonic artist, turned carpenter turned sculptor took part in an ArtsCulture Q&A
Kasia Andrews celebrates difference. By focusing on details, she highlights the individual. She explains more to ArtsCulture
Former potter and art teacher Mick Cartwright is an abastract painter who explors ideas about the ambiguity and illusion of suggested depth on the flat surface of paintings. He’s also taking part in Devon Open Studios. We caught up with him to find out more about his practice
Artist and teacher Patricia Lomax describes her style as ‘latter-day expressionism’. We got in touch about her work and career as she prepares to take part in Devon Open Studios.
Neil Rose is a craftsman of soundscapes. Dan Sidey chats to him to the musical artist to find out more
The Boho loft-living of Soho (NYC) comes to the South West in the form of an extension with a difference. Award-winning architect Robert Bedner for architecture and design office Research + Design explains
Ever felt so angry you could just… sing? Heather Smith goes behind the scenes with the Complaints Choir at the Plymouth arts events The Pigs of Today are the Hams of Tomorrow
The Viewpoint Gallery at Plymouth College of Art is a public art gallery and needs to work in the context of the city, as well as be an educational and inspirational resource for the art college’s students. ArtsCulture spoke to the Viewpoint’s curator, Hannah Jones