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Stronger Exeter survey 3: Cultural city

Started Oct 30, 2014 0 Replies

A thriving cultural and artistic scene is a key part of what makes Exeter a vibrant place where people want to live and work and the council supports a range of activity and events in the city.Exeter…Continue

Culture and innovation are transforming Exeter's image

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr David Treharne Oct 30, 2014. 1 Reply

Is Exeter at the heart of a Westcountry cultural renaissance? Belinda Dillon looks at how the city’s profile is on the rise.A Russell Group university consistently rated in the top 1%…Continue

Nortcott Theatre Exeter receive Arts Council funding

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Press release:We are delighted to be able to announce that Arts Council England South West has awarded £125,000 per year for the next three years to Exeter Northcott Theatre to enable us to continue…Continue

Draft Manifesto for Exeter Cultural Partnership

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Draft Manifesto Group 1 for Exeter Cultural PartnershipWe believe creativity and imagination are vital components of a flourishing society:Our mission as a partnership is to contribute to a city…Continue

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Are you a Devon-based illustrator?We’re holding our first meet-up in Exeter on Tuesday 12th February 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm, at the Phoenix Arts Venue.The aim is for this to become a quarterly event, open to AOI members and non-members alike – an…
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Exeter Culture is delighted to announce that Dom Jinks has been appointed as its new Director. Stepping into the role in January 2019, Dom will lead the project team as it continues in its aims to support and enrich the city’s cultural ecology. This includes the delivery of Exeter’s first place-based cultural strategy.Dom is an arts professional with over 20 years’ experience, a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a member of The National Institute of Fundraisers. He has founded his own…See More
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Continuum: A photographic exhibition of collective works by Exeter School of Art. Private View – Thursday 15th Nov 5-7pm

2nd Year Foundation Degree Photography students are putting on an exhibition of work in collaboration with TEDxExeter.at the AWESome Art Space, 27 Paris Street Exeter15th – 22nd November11am – 5pmPrivate View – Thursday 15th Nov 5-7pmMore details:…
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Continuum: A photographic exhibition of collective works by Exeter School of Art. Private View – Thursday 15th Nov 5-7pm

2nd Year Foundation Degree Photography students are putting on an exhibition of work in collaboration with TEDxExeter.at the AWESome Art Space, 27 Paris Street Exeter15th – 22nd November11am – 5pmPrivate View – Thursday 15th Nov 5-7pmMore details:…
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Carrion Films in Exeter

Maker in Focus: Carrion FilmsCarrion 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…See More
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City arts and culture community celebrates with Exeter Culture

If you missed our launch on 13 September, you can read all about it here. And don't forget to sign up to our newsletter (via the website) to keep in touch with future developments.…
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A reminder: Invitation to the Exeter School of Art Foundation Diploma Summer Show Private View on 20 June 6-8pm

You are invited to our UAL Foundation Diploma Summer Show Private View on 20 June 6-8pm at Exeter College CCI building opposite Exeter central station. The show runs 13-20 June 10-4 weekdays.Many of the top universities offering Art and Design regard a Foundation Diploma as the accepted path onto a degree programme. The subject specialists share their wealth of knowledge in a range of…See More
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Exeter School of Art: Foundation Degree Summer show 2018

You are invited to the Exeter School of Art Summer show with dazzling creativity from our foundation degree students in Graphics, Fine Art & Photography Private view on 24 May 6-8pm at Exeter College Centre for Creative Industries (opposite Exeter Central station), Queen Street, Exeter, EX4 3SContact us to…See More
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New Director joins Exeter Culture

Posted on December 11, 2018 at 12:03 0 Comments

Exeter Culture is delighted to announce that Dom Jinks has been appointed as its new Director. Stepping into the role in January 2019, Dom will lead the project team as it continues in its aims to support and enrich the city’s cultural ecology. This includes the delivery of Exeter’s first place-based cultural strategy.

Dom is an arts professional with over 20 years’ experience, a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a member of The National Institute of Fundraisers. He has…

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Carrion Films in Exeter

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A reminder: Invitation to the Exeter School of Art Foundation Diploma Summer Show Private View on 20 June 6-8pm

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You are invited to our UAL Foundation Diploma Summer Show Private View on 20 June 6-8pm at Exeter College CCI building opposite Exeter central station. The show runs 13-20 June 10-4 weekdays.

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Exeter School of Art: Foundation Degree Summer show 2018

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You are invited to the Exeter School of Art Summer show with dazzling creativity from our foundation degree students in Graphics, Fine Art & Photography Private view on 24 May 6-8pm at Exeter College Centre for Creative Industries (opposite Exeter Central…

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At 11:50 on May 16, 2011, Michael Krage said…

I'm Mike Krage and I run Krage Design a graphic design studio based In Exeter, working across the UK. Krage Design specialises in striking, clean and direct design for web and print. I have over twenty years' experience as a graphic designer and art director, first in the music business, then as a senior designer at The Times newspaper, where I was responsible for the art direction and launch of a number of its sections and magazines, often working to very tight deadlines.

Krage Design works collaboratively with a network of talented and experienced photographers, illustrators, writers, printers and web site builders to fulfill our clients' requirements.

We've worked with a huge range of clients, from multi-national PLCs to small community groups. Whoever we work with, we are flexible and responsive. One of our clients is the large civil engineering group, Keller. We've worked with their marketing department to completely rebrand the company and re-style its communications. Similarly, we've collaborated with many charities, schools and small businesses, helping them create a visual identity that represents who they are and what they do.

From the start I decided to keep Krage Design a small, approachable company. We won't try to impress you with 'corporate speak', and we won't pass on expensive overheads to you because we haven't got any. Instead, we'll talk with you about what you want to achieve, and then work with you to make that a reality.

http://www.kragedesign.co.uk

At 16:00 on March 24, 2017, Richard Holt said…

Hi Mike 

See following link for 

South West Creative Industries Conference 3rd May 2017

May 3rd 11.30-4.30 at the Phoenix Exeter

http://www.creativeinnovationcentre.co.uk/cisw2017/

Drop me a line : richard@ciccic.co.uk 

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