Our mission is to contribute to a city where a rich cultural life enriches the experience of everyone living, working in & visiting Exeter.
'Coast' is the latest White Moose exhibition, bringing together four North Devon based artists; painters Mark Rochester, Duncan Hopkins and Mike Woollacott, along with ceramicist, Roger Cockram. These artists all take the North Devon coastline and seas as their start point and respond in very ways ways to this beautiful, dramatic area.
Exhibition Dates: 20th July - 7th Sept.
At White Moose, Trinity St, Barnstaple, EX32 8HX.
Opening Hours: Mondays - Fridays, 10am - 5pm. Saturdays, 11am - 3pm.
More info on artists and 'Coast' show: www.whitemoose.co.uk
To help inform Exeter's Place-Based Cultural Strategy, we are commissioning a creative practitioner/s or artist/s working in the field of socially engaged practice to create a new work.
We’re looking for creative practitioner/s who’ve a track record of working with groups as part of their practice. We expect them to have worked nationally and/or internationally but also to understand small cities like Exeter. The creative practitioner/s should identify the community in Exeter they want to work with and describe the approach they will take to make new work with this community.
You can download the full brief here.
The deadline for expressions of interest is 13 August 2018.
Wren Music (UK) invites you to a one-day symposium discussing the contribution of community music to our society
Keynote speaker: Julie Ward MEP
Thursday 19 July 2018
10.00am - 3.15pm
University of Exeter, Kay House Duryard,
Lower Argyll Road, Exeter EX4 4RG
Includes panel discussions, musical performances from community groups and a showcase of European projects.
Free to attend. Lunch provided.
At last night's Steering Group meeting, the minutes from the April 2018 meeting were approved - these have now been added to the Documents section of the website.
This role is responsible to the Director, and supports Daisi's Business Plan objectives to achieve increased sustainability for the organisation, and positive impact for beneficiaries, through the development of our business model.
The role is 2 days per week (0.4 FTE) and due to start in September 2018 for a fixed term 12 month contract. The closing date is Monday 23 July at 4 pm. For full details of job description, person specification and how to apply please see our website, thank you.
30th June 12 to 7pm
1st July 11am to 6pm
OffGrid Festival UK is part TED talk, part Open Space, part music and arts festival and part local gathering, helping to forge partnerships and networks of resources including skilled individuals, organisations, farmers and food producers for local future resilience.
Festival capacity license is for 500 people.
There could still be places for speakers, craftspeople, musicians, stewards.
Following on from our premiere screening last weekend, Knoxtrot Films is now extremely proud to announce the online release of CURTAIN CALL - A Love Letter to The Bike Shed Theatre.
We'd like to thank everyone who attended our premiere screening, your support was incredibly encouraging and we'd now like to share the film with the rest of Exeter and Devon. So please do share with your friends, family and Bike Shed lovers alike and give our Knoxtrot Films Facebook page a follow if you can.
CURTAIN CALL can be viewed online here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ig7k68Xen4c
To enjoy the film in it's highest definition, please do make sure you view it in HD or the greatest resolution possible.
Writer / Producer Richard Knox
Director / Cinematographer Justin Carter
Post Production / Film Photographer Christopher Paul Williams
Additional filming Jim Elton
Music La Vie en Rose
Thank you and all the very best,
Richard Knox - Knoxtrot Films
Exeter Cultural Partnership's twitter account is active again.
Follow @ExeterCultural https://twitter.com/ExeterCultural