Our mission is to contribute to a city where a rich cultural life enriches the experience of everyone living, working in & visiting Exeter.
Michelle Sank is a photographer born in Cape Town, South Africa. She left there in 1978 and has been living in England since 1987. Her images reflect a preoccupation with the human condition and to this end can be viewed as social documentary. Her work encompasses issues around social and cultural diversity. She is a Visiting Lecturer in Photography at University of Falmouth, Cornwall. · 5pm · Free to staff & students · £3.50 to general public · In Studio 74 @ The Phoenix
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Makers of the Multiverse Multiple, 2017, Paint, Oak Veneer Board, Oak Base (30 x 12 x 9.5 cm).
Juneau Projects and Spacex are excited to offer this opportunity to buy a specially produced artwork made by the artists as part of their upcoming project taking place in Exeter this spring.
We are raising funds for Makers of the Multiverse, a sculptural pavilion, that will house a temporary art-market and a series of live events. The pavilion will be located at Exeter Quay between the 13th of May and the 10th of June and will be open every day.
The aim of the project is to help artists, designers and makers to sell their work as affordable multiples and develop a deeper relationship with an audience who may wish to buy…Continue
A musical volunteering opportunity working with Blind Ditch, Exeter Phoenix and Music In Devon Initiative
We are looking for volunteers to help out as performance stewards and piano buddies for our musical live art commissions and pop-up pianos, happening in street sites across Exeter during Art Week Exeter 13-20th May 2017.
You will be enthusiastic about encouraging members of the public to participate in art and music, and this is a great opportunity to gain experience and confidence in managing successful audience engagement with street based performance. Or a chance to hang out with artists and pianos and help the public to play and enjoy music in public places!
We are looking for volunteers every day between 9.30am and 5pm…
Exeter Community Radio, which broadcasts as Phonic FM, is seeking a new director to join its board.
Phonic FM is Exeter’s ‘sound alternative’ – a community radio station for the city and beyond, broadcasting on 106.8FM in Exeter and online at phonic.fm. It is a largely self-funded membership organisation with around 80 people actively involved in any given month. In 2017, Phonic FM enters its tenth year of broadcasting.
Phonic FM provides its members, and by extension its audience, creative freedom to express their passions for music and the arts through their broadcasts. Music is the greater part of what we do, with programmes featuring pop, rock, indie, folk, jazz, funk, reggae, world, hip-hop, dance, electronica, classical, experimental and beyond. Music programmes are accompanied by a range of speech programmes covering local affairs,…Continue
On Wednesday 24th May (and later dates which will be announced) from 6pm and 8pm you will have the opportunity to explore with organicARTS at West Town Farm in Ide EX2 9TG. There will be some refreshments available for those coming straight from work
We have a room full of books which need to be moved/reused/recycled and we are doing this by using them creatively to make work for our Devon Open Studios exhibition (Sat 16th – Sun 24th Sept).
We will set up a number of explorations which may use the books as the subject, the object or the inspiration for creativity and will link in some way to the farm
All (including independent or supervised children) are welcome to become involved wherever you are on your road as an artist, and we welcome people who would like to experiment in a different genre from their normal work
We hope that some of you would like to make or do something to…Continue
Looking at this site for where to make a link back from video of DCC Cultural Hustings. Found this space so about to copy from blog. WiFi Exeter is an old blog but not much political bias I can remember. Current project is for full and objective reporting. More notes added at bottom on some detail.
Taking place in their large contemporary gallery space, it will run from Saturday 18 November, 2017 to Monday 7 January, 2018.
MAKE '17 celebrates the diversity of contemporary craft and design. It will focus on selling handmade, high quality craftwork, highlighting one-off, unique pieces alongside small-scale batch production. The exhibition is open to any UK based contemporary craftsperson and designer-maker whose work fits these criteria. We are particularly looking for makers who produce exciting and contemporary work.
The Christmas period is a key time for sales; during the run of MAKE 2016 13,796 people visited the exhibition, approximately 14,600 visited online and over £24,000 in sales were achieved.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply please submit the…
CRITICAL WRITING BURSARY
ART WEEK EXETER (AWE) have a £150 bursary from VASW to offer for critical writing during Art Week Exeter. With over 70 shows to choose from and nine days of action, AWE will have a dedicated blog and daily mailout to subscribers with reviews and opinion pieces. Ideally we would like one piece of writing for each day of AWE.
Applications accepted from now and up to 12 noon Monday 17 April 2017.
Eligibility: Visual artists, arts organisers, writers, undergraduate and postgraduate students based in the UK.
Value: £150 (+ one free coffee/snack each day from an Exeter cafe. Tbc)
How to apply: please email comms@artweekexeter by 12 noon on Monday 17 April 2017 with a short statement of no more than 200 words outlining why you want to review Art Week Exeter.
Spacex is pleased to present Makers of the Multiverse, a sculptural pavilion by Juneau Projects (Philip Duckworth and Ben Sadler), located for four weeks at Exeter Quay. The pavilion will function as a shop and event venue, stocked with multiples by artists and makers and hosting live events.
Makers of the Multiverse has been developed with Spacex as a project that aims to expand the way artists and makers can show and sell affordable multiples. It proposes alternatives to more traditional art world structures and hierarchies by considering artists’ engagement with the role of distribution, pricing and accessibility of artwork.
“We are really…Continue
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