Exeter Cultural Partnership

Engaging, empowering, energising culture in Exeter

Our mission is to contribute to a city where a rich cultural life enriches the experience of everyone living, working in & visiting Exeter.

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An AWEsome Christmas Opportunity

Posted by stuart crewes on December 7, 2017 at 9:46 0 Comments

The AWEsome Art Space

Art Week Exeter CIC has a pop-up gallery for the six months from December 2017, up to and including AWE in 2018 (22–28 May). The space, at 27 Paris Street, is for AWE's registered artists to develop, run and exhibit work in the city centre.



We are currently looking for volunteers who would like to be involved in running and stewarding this space.

Please register your interest >here<. You can also communicate with Robyn, our Volunteer Manager via …

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We're looking for a Chair for Exeter Cultural Partnership

Posted by Belinda Dillon on December 5, 2017 at 15:31 0 Comments

Exeter Cultural Partnership (ECP) represents the city’s creative practitioners and cultural organisations. It is supported by Arts Council England, Business Improvement District, Exeter City Council, Exeter College and the University of Exeter. Formed in 2010, ECP represents Exeter’s cultural ecosystem; it has grown to more than 500 members, including the city’s National Portfolio Organisations.

There is growing support for culture to play a greater role in the city, which is a fast-growing economy attracting businesses and people wanting to live and work in a vibrant, thriving city. ECP's mission is to contribute to a creative and culturally rich quality of life for residents of and visitors to Exeter, and it is well placed to harness the city’s energy and appetite for an ambitious cultural vision. We are passionate about the power of great culture to transform communities and society, and committed to enabling brilliant public engagement through developing better insight,…

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Exeter Cultural Partnership is looking for a Director

Posted by Belinda Dillon on December 1, 2017 at 16:30 0 Comments

Are you an experienced manager with partnership and income-generation skills in the Cultural sector?



We need an expert to lead and direct Exeter Cultural Partnership's work by developing, managing and evaluating strategic and sector-specific programmes, initiatives, partnerships and research that contribute to Exeter's cultural development. This work is in partnership with Exeter City Council and is co-funded by the stakeholders Exeter City Council, Exeter Business Improvement District, Exeter College and the University of Exeter. It is funded in part by Arts Council England.



You will work with stakeholders and the cultural sector in the city to make sure that the Partnership promotes the city's culture offer, grows the cluster of creative businesses and strengthens the position of the cultural sector, as well as supporting the sector to build the quality of cultural opportunities for residents and visitors.



This part-time post is available…

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Art History in the Pub, Mon 11th Dec 7-9pm, City Gate Hotel

Posted by John Hartley on December 1, 2017 at 10:51 0 Comments

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Join us for Exeter’s first Art History in the Pub. Melissa Percival, Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at the University of Exeter will ask a series of questions to open a conversation about the role universities play fostering connections with different communities through public art.

What activities might stimulate and connect academic research, teaching, public and regional engagement? How can ‘the academy’ meaningfully engage with artists and members of the public who have no connection to academia? What are the pressures and…

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Dreadnought South West are looking for a freelance Press and Marketing Coordinator

Posted by Carmen Talbot on November 27, 2017 at 10:39 0 Comments

Dreadnought South West are delighted to announce that we are advertising for a freelance Press and Marketing Coordinator for our Heritage Lottery Funded project, the Rebellious Sounds Archive of oral histories of women’s activism. This project has been made possible by players of the National Lottery.

To apply for the Press and Marketing Coordinator role please download or read here Role Description, …

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Music is Murder

Posted by stuart crewes on November 25, 2017 at 14:55 0 Comments

A trial night of Experimental, Industrial, post digital, non linear and improvised noise, avant soundscape and detournement. 



Featuring live performances from 

'A Waste of Damnation'

https://www.facebook.com/awasteofdamnation/



'Spectral Digit', 

https://www.facebook.com/spectraldigit/



'A Breath of great Life'. 

(very special guests....cant mention their real name :) 



DJ'ed sound reinforcement from 'Antisocial Services'…

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Festive Wreath and Tree Decorations Workshop

Posted by Organic Arts on November 24, 2017 at 12:46 0 Comments

Festive Wreath and Tree Decorations Workshop with willow and hedgerow materials

Sunday December 10th

2.00-4.30

(1.45 for 2.00 start)

at West Town Farm EX2 9TG, meeting at the top of the yard at the organicARTS office

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon at West Town Farm making wreaths and decorations for the festive season with organicARTS Artists Deggie and Lucy.

We will be making the base from willow grown on the farm and other foraged materials from the hedgerows.

All materials provided although you are welcome to bring your own additions such as ribbons or extra materials such as pine cones or rosehips for features.

£15 (or £10 concessions.)

Afternoon tea and cake included.

Dress up warm and for mess! If interested please let us know.

Contact:

Christine Duff
01392 811080…
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Magic and the Muse

Posted by Belinda Dillon on November 22, 2017 at 16:40 0 Comments

A Magic Lantern spectacle featuring unique hand-painted images with live music.

Lanternists Jeremy and Carolyn Brooker, using an original 19th-century triple lantern, are collaborating with multi-instrumentalists Richard Navarro, Nicholas Thurston and Miriam Gould to present a unique combination of music, performance and projection.

The show includes specially created images, original historic material, and a rare sequence of ‘pose slides’ projected onto a live performer, once used by the parents of the film actor Peter Sellers.

Date: 12 January 2018

Venue: Barnfield Theatre, Exeter

Time: 8pm in the Auditorium

Tickets: £14 (£12); groups – 11th ticket free…

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We are looking for a new Chair for Exeter Cultural Partnership

Posted by Belinda Dillon on November 15, 2017 at 15:01 0 Comments

Exeter Cultural Partnership (ECP) represents the city’s creative practitioners and cultural organisations. It is supported by Arts Council England, Business Improvement District, Exeter City Council, Exeter College and the University of Exeter. Formed in 2010, ECP represents Exeter’s cultural ecosystem; it has grown to more than 500 members, including the city’s National Portfolio Organisations.

There is growing support for culture to play a greater role in the city, which is a fast-growing economy attracting businesses and people wanting to live and work in a vibrant, thriving city. ECP's mission is to contribute to a creative and culturally rich quality of life for residents of and visitors to Exeter, and it is well placed to harness the city’s energy and appetite for an ambitious cultural vision. We are passionate about the power of great culture to transform communities and society, and committed to enabling brilliant public engagement through developing better insight,…

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Heavy Metal at The Glorious Art House

Posted by Kenson Low on November 13, 2017 at 18:50 0 Comments

An exhibition of industrial landscapes and metal. Begins 25th November at the Glorious Art House.

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