George Shaw makes eerie paintings of the Coventry council estate where he grew up. On the eve of a Baltic retrospective, he explains why he prefers pop culture to fine art
Search Results for: Plymouth University
New Devon Opera’s summer tour of the county enters its seventh year with their interpretation of Bizet’s emotionally powerhouse Carmen
The Exeter Fringe Festival will host 78 companies (31 of them from Devon) playing six venues during the 11 days of almost non-stop performance. Here’s an overview
Steve Stones, singer and songwriter of Plymouth band Arthur Walker talks to the creator of the cover art for their debut album Animal Nights
Cooperating to get a balloon to pop is just one of Scott Daniels ideas of interaction – there are more at his Co.Lab show at Plymouth College of Art. He talks to Ali Donkin
Artist Zoe Hyde, who has an exhibition at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, until Saturday, October 24, is a successful young woman, but still very much in touch with her inner child. Deborah Smith spoke to her Zoe’s work is evolving. It used to be about memory, but it is moving into the ‘now.’ She […]
We first encountered Helen Snell with her Two Short Nights film festival awards, with her subversion of commercial packaging and perverting tested notions of materialism – perfect for the inaugural awards for the Exeter festival.