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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…Continue
The University of Exeter has appointed an Impact & Partnership Development Officer, Belinda Dillon, with a focus on Culture. Belinda’s remit includes supporting the Exeter Cultural Partnership (ECP) with its strategy plans for one day a week. This role begins before the new Chair and Director are appointed in early 2018 and provides bridging delivery and support over the coming months, alongside the interim Chair, Nikki Sved.
Hosted within the University’s Innovation, Impact and…Continue
On Wednesday 8th March, Dreadnought Southwest with Phonic FM will present 16 hours of radio that showcases the diversity of women’s voices and stories from across the city of Exeter.
To mark International Women’s Day, from 8am until 12midnight,…Continue
A story about hope, the distances we travel, and the lengths we go to when falling in love.
We’ll Meet in Moscow is a collaboration between Writer Natalie McGrath (Oxygen, Coasting), Choreographer Jane Mason (Life Forces, Singer), Designer Sophia Clist (Oxygen, The World At Your Feet) and Director Nicola Rosewarne (The Enchanted Palace, Third Light).
The performance work is part of a wider, multi-platform…Continue