Exhibition of works inspired by Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood will be on show as part of Dylan Thomas 100
RugbyForces weekend combines volunteers with financial support to renovate rugby clubs in the UK
The guitarist Keith Hyett cites as one of his influences the work of Thomas Hardy and other English poets who offer rhythm and melodic qualities to his work
An evening of inclusive work by Devon theatre companies, emerging performers and choreographers, and hosted by Plymouth theatre company Strictly Collaborative at the Plymouth Barbican
Plymouth Univeristy is running a series of talks on the Bible at Peninsual Arts as part of the 400the anniversary of the King James versioin of the Bible
South Devon-based cultural centre Dartington has announced its new season of performing arts.
Greg Dennis’ image of his dog frolicking in the River Teign – Bunty’s Water Rainbow – won a photography competition for the first year student at Falmouth University
Plymouth University graduated James Eden and Olly Rooks have won a Jerwood Visual Arts prize worth £1,000 for the video called Burst!
Neil Rose is a craftsman of soundscapes. Dan Sidey chats to him to the musical artist to find out more
The newly expanded and refurbished THG (Thelma Hulbert Gallery) in Honiton, Devon, is currently seeking makers who produce high quality, contemporary work, either one offs or small scale production, to show in the annual selling exhibition of contemporary craft and design November 20 – December 24.
16 – 24 October 2010 11.00 – 6.00pm – Free Admission & Free Parking Redearth Gallery, next to Bickleigh Mill, Tiverton EX16 8RG FREE Printing workshop on 16th October for 8 – 15 year olds (please book to avoid disappointment – 07967 340 874) www.redearth-art.com
South West emerging creative entrepreneurs prepare for an exclusive preview of posgraduate work in their Interim Show Off the Beaten Track at Devonport Guildhall, Plymouth from Plymouth Art College’s Masters in Entrepreneurship for Creative Practice
Plymouth College of Art is set to appoint a new principal. Lynne Staley-Brookes is stepping down from the role in summer, to be replaced by Andrew Brewerton, former head of glass, Dean of Art& Design at Wolverhampton University and Honorary Professor of Fine art at Shanghai University
Artists from Ideford, near Exeter are going on the road with their Ideford Artists on the Road project, to give people an opportunity to see the artists at work and to discuss what they are doing, and inspiring other artists and those who don’t quite have the confidence to exhibit their work alone.
Exeter Health Care Arts has teamed up with Paintings in Hospitals to establish a regional ‘hub’ of artwork at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital