Photographer Nancy Ney took a side step from advertising and fashion to explore the unique cultures and peoples of the world
Artemisia Gentileschi’s Self Portrait goes on display for International Women’s Day with a visit to Glasgow’s Women’s Library
Photographer Samuel Fradley embarked on a journey exploring the search for, and attitudes towards extra terrestrials, on Earth
The power of Sandy Brown’s art is for all to see at the Appledore Social Club and Skittle Alley, lifting games and spirits
The changing South Hams coastline is the feature of Chris Elsden’s paintings. There’s an exhibition of his work at Harbour House gallery
The East Cornwall Bach Choir are offering an inspirational start to Christmas with there Russian Christmas concert in Bodmin
Plymouth University postgraduate student exhibition F R E Q U E N C I E S highlights the diversity in practice for these artists
Jamie Fitzpatrick is at the Exeter Phoenix with Big Dick, an increasingly unhappy speaking three-headed sculpture. We caught up with him
Rachel Maclean: The Lion and The Unicorn explores the grey area of nationalistic debates with colourful fun and satire
In Finland, libraries mean lifelong learning, active citizenship, democracy and freedom of expression. Which is why they’re celebrating 101 years with a new central library in Helsinki
Shoot the Breeze with painter Sue Ifould and Gaynor Williams at Habour House Kingsbridge for an unexpected conversation featureing paintings and books
Lisney Briggs Duo of James Lisney and Beth Briggs will bring their renown chamber music talent to a NADSA, Newton Abbot concert
Part verbatim theatre, part improv, part comedy sketch show, Still No Idea shows how sometimes no matter how hard we try, we still have absolutely no idea
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.