A collection of Kenyan and Tanzanian beadwork from Exeter collector Sheila Unwin will be diplayed at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)
The Spacex gallery in Exeter has a host of 10 international artists for the summer exhibition, which is called Underwater
Phil Smith and Simon Persighetti have been researching Queen Street, Exeter since late 2007 – that’s been walking, exploring and performing there. And with two years’ prepare built up an awareness not only of many of the unseen or ignored details of Queen Street.
Exeter-based artist Raya Herzig says ‘Art in itself is an expression of hope, is the ultimate opposite to the deadly silence of despair.’ Her work is currently in the Aftermath exhibition at Exeter Castle
Exeter artist John McDermott, whose work is included in the Aftermath exhibition, speaks to Arts+Culture in an Arts+Culture Q&A
Totnes-based painter Yvonne Coomber’s exhibition My Heart’s Garden, depicting abstract wild flower meadows in a glorious riot of colour, at The Paragon Gallery, Exeter
Exeter Spacex held a May Day tea part for Random Acts of Art, and for the West Quarter community to get together and enjoy the art over a brew
Stowage is an exhibition of small-scale artworks in the shop windows of Exeter’s West Quarter. One of the curators, Gabrielle Hoad, reveals the thinking behind the show and reflects on the results
Exeter-based artist Volkhardt Muller on the Random Acts of Art project which looks at Exeter’s West Quarter. He’s one of the artists in residence at the Exeter Spacex gallery for the project
Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery has received a grant for contemporary art to be part of the redeveloped museum
Exeter’s oldest shopping streets will be transformed into a walk-through gallery this spring as independent traders in the city’s Fore Street and New Bridge Street are hosting small-scale works by more than 20 artists from across the UK
Exeter’s Double Elephant Print Workshop and Devon Records Office are offering six commissions in Politics in Print for artists of all disciplines.
Theatre Alibi are performing Graham Greene’s The Ministry of Fear is at the Exeter Northcott. Have a listen to this atmospheric live score for double bass and sax and a stunning set and lighting inspired by the bombed-out wreckage of London during the Blitz.
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.