Exeter Culture

Exeter Culture: Growing a more sustainable and diverse cultural ecology

Artist spaces -jh store spaces on the stand...blur ribbon. Matthew Hammond - EVA could underwrite lease. Their project space has been successfully used recently for a number of things.

Exhibiting with AWE - stripe will go live this  week and we'll have a list of venues available. Also - the large display units in library are a part of this.

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via Reach SW event: Gordon Dalton - VASW can get funding to bring people down to the city, reviews interaction etc. Young people engagement -secret shopper style with Plus Tate, RIO. Plans for a free online training resource for artists.

Rosie King Visual Arts Plymouth -  artist mentoring programme has been very successful 2of 3 got g4a straight away, new programme is open now. 8 months, £500 production budget each for match funding.

Artist-writer workshop led to a new group started.

Running a community outreach programme to make it easy  for people to come and see art...

Karst hold their accounts, Plymouth Uni does the contacts for paid positions. Having one paid position has been good for accountability. PAW noticed how much better artist's work and promotional material was this year. All about resourcing and supporting not funding.

PAW get listing and identity for artists.

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Mark Cotton - free support is there for small business, it's a case of Artists recognising their contribution to local economies. Funded by Europe and DCC. Local enterprise partnership. See Devon Community Foundation.

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Sam J - we should have more opportunities for mentoring and sharing about success.

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Clare Bryden got grassroots finding for work in Digby.

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Abstraction at PS45 show 30nov-13dec ps45 fb page

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Kaleider talks - Hugh McCann has one coming up and reminder that Fridays are open days

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Writing Group is meeting at Phoenix on 16th - reading and responding to Unpacking my Library by Walter Benjamin, book via phoenix website. Last one.

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Seadog art - holding an exhibition at Ocean in Exmouth, called WooHoo art with humour. 6-11 March 2018. Free to apply. Once selwcted its £20 to show two pieces.For more info contact Anna Fitzgerald sea.dog.art@gmail.com

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EXE conversations between floods

This friday, 18 tickets left. Search on eventbrite.

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James Bond - Homo Aestheticus author (Ellen Dissanayake) will be visiting soon and would be valuable to meet with. RSA could support this. 

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Exeter Uni has new digital humanities lab, worth checking out while they are experimenting.

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16th January next EVAF, venue tbc

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