Stephan emailled me on Sunday night asking for at least four large boats to be ready for today!
Following its summer run in the West End, Stella Feehily’s new comedy about a dysfunctional family, set against the collapse of the financial world Dreams Of Violence is the first major touring drama to visit Exeter Northcott during this autumn season.
The results of fourth international Exeter Contemporary Open (eco) exhibition were revealed at the Exeter Phoenix.
Dark smoky lines and silhouettes feature strongly in the printmaking of Emma Molony. Inspired by the papercuts of Hans Christian Anderson, there’s something of the fairy tale to a lot of her work. Lee Morgan spoke to her.
The Teign Artists are again at Mallards Barn, Newton Abbot, for this year’s Devon Open Studios, and the good natured group are even planning a Pirate Party (fancy dress, et al) for Saturday, September 19.
A Dolls House is on at the Exeter Northcott theatre until Saturday, September 26, and we’ve got some production photos, take a gander – which character are you most like, do you reckon?
There’s an opportunity to meet the team at the Exeter Northcott Theatre
The winners of the the Dartington Photographer of the Year competition are Marcus Crouch and Tilly May, both from Totnes, who have won a both won a £2,500 bursary and a yearlong commission to create an image library of original and innovative photographs documenting the life of Dartington and the beauty of the region.
Plymouth College of Art and Plymouth Arts Centre have come together for an exhibition and series of free workshops and events with the international artist Lucy Orta. The exhibitions runs in both venues from Thursday, September 17 to Saturday, October 31.
Jane Perkins is an artist who re-uses the objects that she finds to create what she calls ‘memory brooches’. This technique has now developed into portraiture, which you can see at The Cafe in Topham as part of Devon Open Studios Lee Morgan spoke to her about the progression of her work
The annual Exeter Contemporary Open (eco) exhibition will be at the Exeter Phoenix from Thursday, September 17 to Wednesday, November 4.
Uniquely positioned as part of the Totnes Festival and Devon Open Studios, the beguiling, thoughtful work of Clem So, which is at Birdwood House, Totnes, until September 12, investigates family and identity. We found out more
The Edge Sculpture Trail has taken over Heathercombe’s fairy wood, and fairy sculptures from an earlier time find themselves sharing their space with contemporary work, until September 27.
We picked up this request for a marketing intern at The Arts at Dartington from the Arts Council.
Devon Open Studios opens on Saturday, September 5 and runs to Sunday, September 20. In the first of our series on the artists taking part we visit Growing our Future, a community garden project in Okehampton. This was first published in our Arts+Culture magazine. Since March 2008 a group of artists have come together as […]