Orchard, an exhibition by Edwina Bridgeman, which explores the ‘feeling the beauty of these quiet places and the importance of maintaining those that are left’ will be at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery until August 28.
The Farringdon Society of Arts production of Ted Hughes’ Alcestis is playing at Froginwell Cider Barn Theatre on July 15- 18 at 7.30pm The group seems intent on highlighting the dramatic power of The Greek play – last year they got all Oedipus on your ass with Seamus Heaney’s The Burial at Thebes, and now […]
Wrapped Up is the Bovey Guild of Craftsmen’s Christmas exhibition, and it is calling for work, deadline for submissions, August 7.
Ashburton artists are invited to the Dartmoor Artists summer exhibition at Ashburton Town Hall from July 25 to August 1.
There is an exhibition of Adam Bunce’s work at Torbay Hospital’s gallery.
A conservation charity is paying tribute to artist Antony Gormley with a wildlife response to one of his most famous works.
Chris Townsend will discuss the work of Tim Knowles, whose exhbition Wunderlust is on at the Plymouth Arts Centre, on Thursday, July 2 at 6.30pm.
ArtsMatrix are offering a four-hour seminar for £50 to artists who want to have some time and space to focus on how to develop their business or creative project ideas – if coffee and cake are provided it might be worth it.
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.