Paul Magee has won the Exeter Phoenix Digital Art Commission for his Planet Elsewhere project.
The artists have been chosen for the Exeter Contemporary Open at the Exeter Phoenix
Darren Harvey-Regan is at the Exeter Phoenix with his A Collection of Gaps exhibition
SLUG! by Human Behaviour at the Exeter Phoenix as part of the Exeter Fringe, is a story of a women who encounters both her nemesis and unexpected erotic fulfilment in the form of giant, home-wrecking, tango-dancing Slugs
Marcel Dinahet, whose /sky/canal/river/ is at the Exeter Phoenix, explores boundaries with his work that investigates areas where land and water meet
The Exeter Contemporary Open for emerging and mid-career artists is calling for submissions to this year’s exhibition, which is seen by thousands of people. Prizes include £1,000 for the overall winner, two additional £500 awards and a £200 Audience Choice award.
Edwina Ashton’s new film was commissioned by the Exeter Phoenix and Animated Exeter and will be part of her exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix Gallery – it features, among other things, eccentricity, isolation and insects
Sovay Berriman’s Entertaining at the Dust Lounge is at the Exeter Phoenix. She talked to Arts+Culture about her work and influences
The Exeter Contemporary Open at the Exeter Phoenix is calling for submissions to its contemporary exhibition, which also has prizes
Volkhardt Muller’s Cupboard Revolutions gives people the opportunity to offer up their own submissions for items that need exploding. It’s on at the Exeter Phoenix until the end of February 2010. We live in dangerous times, and this could be cathartic
Tom Milnes Xenos sculpture uses domestic plastic and elements of robotics, and is at Gallery 333 at the Exeter Phoenix
The D+CFilm Awards for Two Short Nights were designed by sculptor Frances Davidson. She mixed popcorn, film references and Lara’s theme from Dr Zhivago went to create the wonderful award
Women performers are sought by the Exeter Phoenix for an arts extravaganza on the eve of International Women’s Day, 2010.
The Exeter Phoenix arts organisation is looking for someone to take on the role of chair person
The Exeter Phoenix’s first public vote for their Exeter Contemporary Open for contemporary art from throughout the world has gone to Bristol artist Angela Lizon for her Colossal Cat No 10