A new retreat that asks how pop culture can change the conversation on migration kicks off on the Dartington Hall estate (17-19 October).
Rokia Traoré has been announced at the Bright Festival’s latest Guest Director.
Degas: Passion for Perfection is getting a cinematic release from Exhibition On Screen around the world offering a fascinating insight in Degas and his work
The international Ibero-American themed visual arts prize, The VIA Arts Prize, has bagged James Nicholls as one of its judges.
Dartington Live starts off its autumn programme with a focus on activism and the Rebellious Sound Archive and other work from Dreadnought South West
Postgraduate students from the Royal College of Music will be performing a concert entitled ‘Baroque Gems’ for the Totnes Early Music Society
Make notes in your diary for the latest early music events in Devon in the run-up to the new year from Totnes-based early-music aficionado Jasper Solomon
Local schools and groups are invited to Dartington Great Hall to watch the ‘inspiring’, ‘uplifting’ and ‘moving’ children’s orchestra The Nucleo Project
Bed-like art installations across iconic locations in Edinburgh, London, and Southampton are campaigning to end ‘bed blocking’ in the UK
A new exhibition has opened at Thelma Hulbert Gallery showcasing beautiful East Devon: Experiencing the Landscape
An open exhibition at Harbour House Kingsbridge is calling for artists to respond to the creative challenge of Autumnal Changes
Iconic street art by Stik has been preserved during a development in Acton, West London with an multi-agency approach that will raise funds
An exhibition showcasing local people, groups and societies from the archives of Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum is at the Harbour House gallery
Acid trance, slipware pottery and rural, queer identity inform new exhibition in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, Meditations in an Emergency by Simon Bayliss
According to a survey, Instagram is the favourite way young art buyers come across their new acquisitions