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Exhibition - West Town Farm - Sat 16th-Sun 24th Sept

Posted by Daniel Cray on September 15, 2017 at 17:42 0 Comments

Do check this out if you can, I'm exhibiting a song here too.

GRICE - Lost Weekend Festival - Exeter Cathedral Chapter House - Fri 6 October 2017

Posted by Sound Gallery Studios on September 15, 2017 at 17:19 0 Comments

The electro-acoustic musician and prolific singer-songwriter Grice will be performing a cocktail of electronica and atmospheric art rock and will be accompanied by special guest Italian avant-garde and freeform jazz trumpeter Luca Calabrese. The unique line up is completed by Duncan Chave (Eigenharp, programming), Fred Ehresmann (keys, grand piano) and Bellatrix (bass, double bass).

Grice has built his reputation as an art-rock artist since the release of his acclaimed debut album Propeller which features renowned saxophonist Raphael Ravenscroft (Pink Floyd, Gerry Rafferty), Egyptian percussionist Hossam Ramzy (Led Zeppelin, Peter Gabriel) and PJ Cole amongst others. His much anticipated second album Alexandrine, features keyboardist and sonic innovator Richard Barbieri (Japan/Porcupine Tree) as both musical contributor and co-producer and Steve Jansen (Japan).

Grice has had airplay on The Tom Robinson Show (BBC6…

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Launch of new taxidermy art exhibition: 'Dead on Arrival'

Posted by Digital Marketing at Devon Guild on September 15, 2017 at 10:59 0 Comments



DEAD ON ARRIVAL - the curious world of human and animal craft 

Exhibition: 23 September - 5 November 2017

Launch event: 6 - 8pm, 22 September. All welcome. Book for food 01626 832223

Disclaimer: The show includes only works with animals that have died of natural causes or as a result of accidental road casualty.

Dead on Arrival showcases 10 artists whose practice involves the use of ethically sourced animal remains to produce works of jewellery, sculpture, textiles and photography. Materials from nature such as bones, feathers, teeth and fur have been painstakingly amalgamated and crafted into hybrid creatures, mandalas and wearable pieces for…

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AWE2018 Dates and ArtSOUP

Posted by stuart crewes on September 11, 2017 at 14:59 4 Comments

Art Week Exeter are pleased to announce the dates for next year's event...

Please find out more on the website: https://artweekexeter.org.uk/ to register as an artist, producer or venue owner.

First up, will be our live-action crowdfunder for artists to raise cash and kickstart their projects for next year.



Art SOUP, 18 October 2017, 6pm, St Sidwell’s Centre, Exeter. Up to eight artists (or groups of artists) each have five minutes to pitch their idea to the audience. The audience pays £5 each for a bowl of soup and a chance to vote. They listen to the pitches, think and chat about it over supper, then cast their vote anonymously for their favourite idea. The project with…

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Lost Weekend: 6 - 8 October 2017

Posted by Martin Thomas on September 8, 2017 at 17:00 0 Comments

The Lost Weekend takes place in Exeter over the first weekend on October. Lost Weekend is a festival of music, art, tech, film and ideas, with events taking place in venues around the city. For more information visit the website: www.lostweekend.co.uk. The programme is here: Lost Weekend 6 - 8 Oct 2017

Heritage Open Days: across Exeter 7 - 10 September

Posted by Martin Thomas on September 4, 2017 at 13:00 0 Comments

The national Heritage Open Days programme is in its 23rd year and runs from 7 to 10 September. Heritage Open Days celebrates the country's architecture and culture. A diverse range of organisations in and around Exeter are participating this year - including Exeter City FC, the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, Dissenter's Graveyard, Devon Wildlife Trust and the Underground Passages. The national programme is managed by the National Trust and supported by the People's Postcode Lottery and Historic England.

To find out what is happening in and around Exeter see the leaflet here: Exeter's Heritage Open Days 2017

HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY WORKSHOP

Posted by Holocaust Memorial Day South Wes on September 3, 2017 at 20:24 0 Comments

HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY WORKSHOP

Wednesday 18th October 1-4pm at Exeter Community Centre

Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) takes place on 27 January each year, and is the day for everyone to…

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