Part of Artizan Gallery, due to success, The Sculpture Studio is extending its exhibition of acclaimed sculptures from Devon and beyond
Simon Fowler has been inspired by the landscape in Devon, from the sea to the moor. At Artizan Gallery he shares his favourite walks
Photographer Samuel Fradley embarked on a journey exploring the search for, and attitudes towards extra terrestrials, on Earth
Photography Nicholas J R White has been documenting the formation of a new European Wilderness Reserve in the Carpathian Mountains. He’s giving a free talk at Plymouth College of Art
Early-music choir ‘Voces’ will be at the week-long Dartmoor Resonance with a concert of sacred composers who have a Devon connection at Buckfast Abbey
Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman are releasing their 5th album of far-reaching inspiration – to be followed by a far reaching tour. Check out what the new album Personae has in store, and see where they’ll be playing
Artist Phillippa Mills claims she is no social commentator, but her exhibition Truth and Beauty at The Forum, Exeter Uni, takes the pressure of staying thin to explore the thin line between beauty and disposability.
The Ten Tors Orchestra, with Leland Chen on violin, goes back to where it all began – Tavistock Parish Church – for its electrifying final concert
The Wild Nights Young Company – a theatre company for 13-19 year olds – is going strong, and creating new events and performances eight years after its inception on a Dartmoor morning
Renown for its intimacy and top-notch tutors, the Dartmoor Arts Project Summer School is offering bursaries of up to 50% to young and emerging artists
The Dartmoor Arts Project is in its sixth year of arts tutoring and courses in the artistic enclave of Drewsteignton, on Dartmoor, Devon
The Mythic Garden Sculpture Exhibition at Stone Lane Gardens near Chagford, on the edge of Dartmoor, hosts a number of sculptures in woodland Garden
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.
The Wharf, Tavistock, hosts SURF’s second photographic exhibition. Heather Smith pops along to take a look at the work of the groups which tackles the sigma of mental illness, gives people a chance to attend projects and activities in an environment they feel safe in
Jane Price’s collection of butterflies (made out of felted silk wastes) is on show the the 45 Southside Gallery in Plymouth