Exeter’s Spacex Gallery is holding a crafty Christmas event where you can unleash your creative style
Game Keeper Without Game by artist Emily Wardill premieres at the Spacex Exeter, and explores the issues of family and belonging through an unnerving feature length film.
Are you a creative freelancer with experience of working with children who could facilitate partnerships between museums and youth services for a whole host of creative and innovative projects?
Gallery 36, Exeter, is holding a Sunday event on November 29, with artists, live music and cake.
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Artists around Exeter open up and show their work in the fourth Exeter Open Studio event, which takes place from Friday to Sunday, November 6-8.
Volkhardt Muller’s Cell and Pastoral are on display at Rougemont Castle as part of Exeter Open Studio
Written by Devon writers, and performed in shops on Sidwell Street, Exeter, Trading Local, from Bristol-based Show of Strength is taking place on November 14
Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale comes to the Exeter Northcott theatre in November
Exeter Northcott theatre is showing the work from artists of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen
Artist postcard auction for Exeter Open Studio at Exeter Castle on Thursday, October 22
Dance in Devon is on the look out to commission an experienced, independent evaluator with a good knowledge of the dance sector to devise and implement an evaluation strategy, which measures the effectiveness of the organisation from April 2007- April 2010.
Following its summer run in the West End, Stella Feehily’s new comedy about a dysfunctional family, set against the collapse of the financial world Dreams Of Violence is the first major touring drama to visit Exeter Northcott during this autumn season.
Dark smoky lines and silhouettes feature strongly in the printmaking of Emma Molony. Inspired by the papercuts of Hans Christian Anderson, there’s something of the fairy tale to a lot of her work. Lee Morgan spoke to her.
The developers behind Exeter’s Jury Inn hotel have give the city council £40,000 for public art as part of the planning agreement for the hotel