The coronavirus is enforcing an accelerated innovation in art as artists and the art world respond. Adia Wahid looks at the new environment
Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University, explores the connection between arts and mathematics in its Conversations Across Art and Mathematics exhibition
Can you choose just one piece of art for the rest of your life? Or one song to listen to, or one person to kiss? Find out what other people picked
In 2004 Sam Taylor-Wood turned a sleeping footballer into a work of art, many teenagers – and older – also demonstrate their artistry in sleep. And now the ibis hotel chain has creating Sleep Art!
The Ultimate Travel Company has entered into a partnership with the Tate group to launch a new product – Tate Travels art tours.
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
Dartmouth Academy art students have combined new technology to create art
Helen Snell plays with the humours and ironic contradictions of uniqueness and mass production, using printmaking, laser cutting, and high and lo-technology. She describes on her creative workspace.
Artist Alex Murdin commissioned fine leather maker Tony Piper to make a ponyskin rucksack to make people think about the impact of tourism on wild landscapes such as Dartmoor and Exmoor, as well as how such land is managed by man.
Devon Open Studios registration will open on January 5.
Bristol’s Arnolfini contemporary gallery is looking for a development manager. Think you can take in on?
The Platform Art exhibition at Newton Abbot train station puts the work of Jane Baker, Robin Clutterbuck and Paul Freestone on show in the new venue as part of the Newton Abbot arts trail
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.
We picked up this request for a marketing intern at The Arts at Dartington from the Arts Council.