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Looking for volunteers

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New Classical Music in Exeter

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We need you!

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Next up in the #AWEsomeArtSpace

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Exhibition launch: Made to Commission

Started by Digital Marketing at Devon Guild Mar 19. 0 Replies

EVAF 13

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EVAF 12 Minutes

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Exeter Sound & Music Forum

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Carrion Films in Exeter

Posted by Michael Krage on November 4, 2018 at 13:19 0 Comments

Maker in Focus: Carrion Films

Carrion Films is an Exeter-based group of film-makers dedicated to celebrating British folklore and British gothic. Founded in 2008, they’ve won numerous industry awards and launched their first feature-length film Borley Rectory in 2017.  We spoke to writer, animator and illustrator Ashley Thorpe.

What do you do?

Commercially we are film makers/animators for hire. Artistically we focus on neglected aspects of British folklore and legend, whether that be a Dartmoor myth or a once-famous haunting that may have slipped from the nation’s memory.

And what keeps you doing it?

I’ve always felt compelled to tell stories. Even when I was working full time in retail I still wrote, painted and animated in my spare time. It’s just what I do. I’m very lucky to be able to work in a field that stems from my interests.

What’s the story of Carrion Films?

Carrion Films was formally launched in 2008 during the creation of our first animated short Scayrecrow. This was quickly followed by The Screaming Skull (2008) and The Hairy Hands (2009), which went on to win a number of accolades including a Media Innovation award and a Best British Short Film nomination at Raindance. I’ve since gone on to work on projects as the Tales from beyond the pale radio series with Glass…

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Phonic FM seeks a freelance Business Development Manager

Posted by John Wigzell on September 6, 2018 at 15:19 0 Comments

Phonic FM is Exeter’s community radio station. Broadcasting across Exeter since 2008, it provides a locally-rooted alternative to mainstream radio, on FM and online.

Staffed and funded by around 70 volunteer members (representing a diverse mix of backgrounds, cultures and musical preferences), it aims to support the arts – in the widest sense – in and around the city. The core offering of music is augmented by programmes featuring film, theatre, art (both visual and sonic) and more besides. Phonic FM has supported countless local artists of every type and genre – many of whom have gone on to achieve national recognition.

Exeter Community Radio (ECR), the non-for-profit company behind Phonic FM, is now looking to build on the success of its first decade and ensure the station is as relevant and accessible as possible, ready for the challenges and opportunities that will arise for community broadcasters in the coming years.

ECR has secured funding for the recruitment of a freelance Business Development Manager. It is seeking a friendly, professional and pro-active individual to help plan for its future, increase its income and develop its output. The objectives for the role are:

  • Create a solid plan for future development
  • Increase the organisation’s income
  • Provide more (and better) opportunities for people to express themselves and develop their skills
  • Take Phonic FM to a wider audience

Knowledge of broadcasting is not required.

Exeter Community Radio works with young people and vulnerable adults. Satisfactory references and a DBS report will be required.

This role is offered on a freelance basis. It is funded for one year, with the post-holder to be paid monthly in arrears on receipt of an invoice for hours worked. The total fee will be £13,500, based on 17.5 hours per week (£27,000 full-time equivalent).…

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The Ning platform will close shortly

Posted by Belinda Dillon on August 30, 2018 at 12:18 3 Comments

Further to Exeter Culture's previous post about changes to the website and Ning platform, we wanted to let you know that this portal will close in a day or two.

So if you want to save any of your images or blog posts that you shared here, now is the time to do it.

We hope that you continue to join us on Exeter Culture's journey - you can visit the holding page at exeterculture.com and sign up to our mailing list.

And don't forget to register to attend the Exeter Culture event on 13 September at RAMM, where we'll be revealing our new look, and sharing exciting plans and projects in the pipeline across the arts and culture sector. Book your free ticket now: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/exeter-culture-launch-tickets-49206101775

To all Ning members - Exeter Cultural Partnership is changing

Posted by Belinda Dillon on August 2, 2018 at 13:49 4 Comments

Exeter Cultural Partnership is redesigning its website. In discussions with our Steering Group and a broader working group looking at functionality and accessibility, we’ve decided that the Ning platform is no longer suitable ­– as a platform, it will sit uneasily inside our new website design. We also feel that we’d be better able to support arts and culture conversations via other social media platforms.

We haven’t taken this decision lightly. There are currently 561 members on the Ning, and we value your contribution in helping to build the profile of arts and culture in Exeter. We certainly hope you’ll stay with us on the next leg of our journey – the new website will be launched in September along with our new name, ‘Exeter Culture’. In the meantime, there is a holding page – www.exeterculture.com – with the option to sign up to our new mailing list. We’re planning on sending out regular newsletters, so please do join!

As part of our research into the Ning’s functionality, it was noted that although the Blog is the most widely used aspect, the majority of the activity is the posting of events and opportunities (although there is little or no commenting or sharing, and the page views average around 20 to 30). We feel that this activity could more easily happen on other social media platforms. Part of our new remit is to encourage everyone to see that we’re not a membership organisation or a ‘closed clan’; by using Facebook (@ExeterCulture), Twitter (@ExeterCultural) and Instagram (exeterculture), we can more freely and openly communicate.

Regarding the Forum section, there are occasional posts (around two a month),…

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White Moose 'Coast' Show

Posted by Stella Levy on July 19, 2018 at 8:37 0 Comments

'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  

Brief for Creative Practitioner in Exeter

Posted by Belinda Dillon on July 17, 2018 at 9:30 0 Comments

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.

Steering Group Meeting minutes added to the documents folder

Posted by Belinda Dillon on July 11, 2018 at 12:30 0 Comments

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.

New Vacancy at Daisi - Enterprise Development Consultant

Posted by Daisi - Arts Inspired Learning on July 5, 2018 at 9:38 0 Comments

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.

Offgrid Festival 2018 at Tapeley Park, North Devon 9 -12 August

Posted by Chris B Kale on June 25, 2018 at 14:30 0 Comments

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.

https://offgrid-festival.co.uk

 
 
 

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