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.
After our North Devon Festival Art Trek story about the Little Gallery on the Farm, we were intrigued by the venue, so we asked gallery owner and photographer Sarah Boait to tell us more.
A few calls from artists wanting the bright yellow, festival banners to highlight their venues – but all are in use for other events taking place over this period. The festival team very kindly agreed to try to make up for this by designing and printing a couple of A3 posters for each Art Trek […]
White painted lines around Plymouth where the talk of the town last week, which just goes to show the power of art in galvanising opinion and stimulating debate.
My birthday today and here I am on the computer, how sad is that! Still, my partner has arranged a lunch with some friends tomorrow at the Yarde Cafe – a great place on the Tarka Trail – compost toilet and organic food!
Set your alarm clock for the latest of the Spacex‘s fabled gallery breakfasts.
The North Devon Festival, which takes over the whole of June, enjoys two weekends of an Art Trek (June 19-21 and June 26-28). Organiser Stella Levy shares her thoughts in this Art Trek blog Art Trek blog Thought I would have longer in bed this Saturday morning but… the phone went at nine o’clock, it […]
Art Trek 09, the open studio element of the North Devon Festival is taking place from June 19 to 21 and June 26 to 28, and we’ve got news from The Little Gallery on the Farm venue, which will be hosting Neil Jeffers’ paintings and prints, Ben Yates’ photo cubism, April Doubleday’s ethical jewellery and […]
The Exeter Phoenix, the CCANW the Spacex, Double Elephant Print Workshop and Exeter Artspaces are all combining to bring you the Art in the Park extravaganza, which takes place n Haldon Forest on Sunday, August 16 between 11am and 4pm.
The Barbican Theatre got in touch with news of their act of creation for their A Voyage to Change the World performance, based on the life and work of Charles Darwin. Conjuring up something out of nothing is something the Creationists could level at Darwin, and this is as much a voyage of discover for […]
Skylines, the Ecopoetics exhibition, with its festival day on June 20, has all kinds of inventive ways to engage with language and landscape. The exhibition is taking place at the CCANW, at Haldon Forest until June 28. Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, the poet behind the event, explains how it all got started The idea for Skylines came […]
The Liquid Landscape dance project, which takes place this summer throughout Devon with choreographer Stephan Koplowitz and TaskForce, is now well underway. We have three short films of rehearsal footage at three sites. These short films have all been made in the last week and are being broadcast onto the BBC big screen in Plymouth […]