The open studios event is now over and tomorrow the two exhibitions at the Landmark, Ilfracombe and Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple are coming down.
In case any of you were wondering, the Art Trek launch at Arlington Court went really well – lots of people, lots of food and a good buzz. My worries about food contributions were unfounded.
Poet Helen Boyles celebrated midsummer with a sail upriver from Galmpton Creek to the old quay of the Sharpham estate.
Strictly Collaborative is a new and innovative theatre company. It is for disabled and non disabled young people in Plymouth and the surrounding area.
Moor Poet Simon Williams is inspired by oddities. And his inspiration at noon, Sunday, June 21, was from a piece about goats he read on the BBC website, which inspired the poem Goats.
Here are some images of Ben Yates‘ Electri City and Photo Cubism in the garage at The Little Gallery on the Farm for Art Trek 09. It is the final week of the event and you can catch it at the gallery from Wednesday, June 24 to Sunday, June 28 between 10.30am to 4.30pm.
The Moor Poets have been out and about this midsummer, snapping pictures of things that inspire them at noon, on Sunday, June 21. It’s a project instigated by our chums over at the People’s Republic of South Devon, and the first response was from Susan Taylor.
A conference and discussion to critically explore contempoary South Asian arts, its development in the UK and programming opportunities for South West regional venues and festivals, will take place at the Barbican Theatre Plymouth on Tuesday, July 7, between 11am and 4pm.
The Skylines Festival Day takes place today (June 20) at the CCANW and Haldon Forest, near Exeter, with all kinds of events for all the family – including the chance to explore a primitive hut (Pictured). We have Curator’s Talk Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, the poet behind the event, curators talk from the opening of the exhibitioni. […]
STEPHAN KOPLOWITZ: TASKFORCE Liquid Landscapes June 20-28 Plymouth & Dartington A quick reminder of the free dance events taking place all next week throughout Plymouth and South Devon, starting in the Tiltyard Garden at Dartington today (Saturday, June 20) and continuing all week at Buckland Abbey and across Plymouth… All events listed below are free […]
Fancy working in the arts? Plymouth Arts Centre is looking for an administrator.
A landmark art work at Brixham Fish Quay will be a fundamental park of the redevelopment of the area and the developers are looking for an artist to undertake the project.
Five Budleigh artists will the in Knowle Village Hall on Saturday and Sunday, June 20, 21 between 10am and 5pm – if you know who the mysterious five are, drop us a line.
Had a nice day in Dulverton today. My partner was photographing the work of ceramicst, Jacqueline Leighton-Boyce in her studio up on Exmoor, just over the border into Somerset. Jackie is doing Art Trek with basket maker, Mary Melling and print maker, Judith Westcott, in Judith’s South Molton studio. It was so nice to meet […]
If Pimm’s is the rich man’s shandy, then the Romantics are everyone’s cup of.. er.. tea, and you can enjoy both (Pimms and Poetry) at the Pimm’s and Poetry evening at the Exeter Northcott theatre.