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Earlier this year Exeter Cultural Partnership commissioned Diana Hatton Consultancy to revisit the earlier public art commissioning guidance which Diana prepared for Exeter City Council in 2003.
Diana consulted a range of organisations and individuals in Exeter. She reviewed and updated the guidance to take into consideration recent good practice, changes in local government and the cultural sector, and developments in the city. The result is a refresh of the Exeter Public Art Commissioning Guidance and a series of recommendations for the future for partners in Exeter to take forwards. The document is here: Exeter Public Art: Commissioning Guidance
Thank you to Diana for her work on this and to all those who contributed.
The following is a message and opportunity from the National Trust team at Castle Drogo:
'Castle Drogo wishes to appoint a socially engaged creative practitioner to work with them in 2017-2018 during the final phase of a major building conservation project. This is an opportunity to be part of a unique and ambitious project culminating in the creation of new work for display from March 2018. We want to work collaboratively to help us develop the next stage of our exciting interpretative plans, exploring new ways of looking at and thinking about the architecture, design, craftsmanship and stories of Castle Drogo.
The budget is £14,000 and is expected to cover all fees including any production and installation costs, travel and accommodation expenses. The deadline for submitting an Expression of Interest is Friday 11 August 2017.
This commission will be part of Trust New Art (TNA), the National Trust's programme of contemporary…Continue
Embryonic urban sketching group in Exeter. If you are interested in meeting others to have a coffee and sketch around Exeter, outside if we can but somewhere inside if the weather isn't good (have been known to stay in pub all morning...), then do come along. Next meeting is this Friday 28th at 10.00 in the central library cafe. Facebook page here
Hope to see you
Vanessa (or Essa for Facebook purposes)
Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing has recently been published. In case anyone has missed this, it presents the findings of two years of research, evidence-gathering and discussions with patients, health and social care professionals, artists, arts administrators, academics, local government, ministers, policy-makers and parliamentarians from both Houses of Parliament.
The report can be found here Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbing
As mentioned in my earlier posting, Exeter Cultural Partnership (ECP) is issuing a brief and inviting tenders by 5pm, Friday 11 August 2017. The document below outlines the work and fee, and provides contact information for any queries.
Please do feel free to share this with colleagues if you feel others may be interested in tendering.
Culture Director, Exeter Cultural Partnership
Thursday 20th July 2017
Sound and Music Forum
Exeter Phoenix, The Workshop, 6.30pm
Chaired by Simon (Notes by Mariko North – apologies in advance for spelling errors, unclarity etc)
Around 18 people turned up to the 2nd Sound and Music Forum
Whilst introducing ourselves, the point was made that one important aspect of getting audiences for gigs and events that we are putting on is to let each other know when we are doing things, and in turn support each other by showing up.
UPCOMING EVENTS: Tom Matthews (sound engineer) would like to get the word out that he is involved in the 2017 Exeter Street Arts Festival which will take place on Saturday the 26th of August throughout central Exeter (Princesshay, the High Street, Phoenix Centre – including an after party). Musicians welcome to get in touch.…Continue
recent EP "Sunejoon"
1 "Flutterby of the fair ease"
Intro Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Sugar Plum Fairy midi with effects, dubstep drum loops, followed by chilled funky guitar and bass guitar, more drum loops built with glitched delays, Alex's drums drop in on top of the mix at 2:46.
Dear Exeter Cultural Partnership members,
The following is an update on current developments and plans for the future of the partnership. Jay Milling, Chair of ECP since 2014 has stepped down and everyone in Exeter Cultural Partnership will want to extend their appreciation to Jay for all his hard work over the last few years. On a personal note, I also want to express how Jay has been very supportive and how much I have enjoyed working with him.
I am pleased to let you know that Nikki Sved, Artistic Director of Theatre Alibi was elected as Interim Chair by ECP Steering Group members at the latest meeting on 17 July. Nikki will remain in role until a Governance Review has been conducted over the next few months.
The Governance Review will be put out to tender shortly and the brief for this work will be posted here. It is intended that this will set the plans for a more robust model of governance for ECP, provide a framework…Continue
Exeter Cultural Partnership's twitter account is active again.
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