Steve Stones, singer and songwriter of Plymouth band Arthur Walker talks to the creator of the cover art for their debut album Animal Nights
From the outside it looks like a juggling act and cheerleader rolled into one, but being a city’s principal can be even more complicated. ArtsCulture spoke to Plymouth City Council’s principal arts officer Kath Davies
Exeter-based artist Raya Herzig says ‘Art in itself is an expression of hope, is the ultimate opposite to the deadly silence of despair.’ Her work is currently in the Aftermath exhibition at Exeter Castle
Exeter artist John McDermott, whose work is included in the Aftermath exhibition, speaks to Arts+Culture in an Arts+Culture Q&A
Ideford artist Jon Mac has being going on the road with the Ideford Arts on the Road group. This is his take on what going on the road is all about.
Clem So explores his Chinese heritage and Englishness through his work, whether it’s his Portrait from the Afterlife, which is the Arts+Culture magazine Plymouth issue cover, or through his film Tracing the Intangible. “”I use the notion of Chinese ink as a metaphor for my forever changing state,” he says.
Plymouth artists Sandy Wanger has a number of exhibitions lined up in Totnes and St Ives, She’s a member of the Association of British Naive Artists and she runs the Plymouth and Devon artists Facebook Group. Here she talks to Art+Culture
Ideford artist railway painter Paul Freestone explains the Ideford Arts on the Road initiative and what he took away from the project
Stowage is an exhibition of small-scale artworks in the shop windows of Exeter’s West Quarter. One of the curators, Gabrielle Hoad, reveals the thinking behind the show and reflects on the results