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May 2015 Blog Posts (12)

GRIN Grant Resources Information News

GRIN (Grants Resources Information News) is a FREE Monday - Friday email bulletin. Each bulletin focuses on one grant scheme or related resource. Sign up at www.grin.coop.

Today's is The Thompson Family Charitable Trust, which provides grants to registered charities for general…


Added by Clare Bryden on May 26, 2015 at 20:55 — No Comments

Macula Collective - Call for Submissions



Added by Martyn Windsor on May 24, 2015 at 11:20 — No Comments

CCANW - Save the date, 4 July, Soil Culture at create

Soil Culture at create for web

Exhibitions, Soil Saturdays & Food Happenings

Summer celebration of at create, Bristol’s flagship environmental centre

Open Monday-Saturday 4 July-26 August 2015

Marking International Year of Soils…


Added by Martyn Windsor on May 24, 2015 at 11:14 — No Comments

Spacex Kickstarter goes live!

We hope to raise £10,000 within 30 days. If we don’t reach this target by Friday 19 June no donations are taken and we receive no money…so please help us reach that target. Donations of any amount will be welcomed - if everyone on our mailing list gave just £5, we would reach our target! …


Added by Martyn Windsor on May 24, 2015 at 11:08 — No Comments

Entanglements and Interventions: Exploring the Digital World through Art

On May 27 2015, Exeter PhD candidate and digital artist Richard Carter will be presenting examples of his latest art work and conducting a talk on the thinking behind their creation. Richard's creative practice involves computer encoding written messages into intricate visual patterns, producing images that explore the structures and processes underpinning our contemporary digital environment.

In his talk, Richard will discuss how he is seeking to not only open up new perspectives…


Added by Mike Rose-Steel on May 19, 2015 at 22:50 — No Comments

Wor(l)ds in Collision

Hi folks,

This exhibition and artists talk may be of interest!

An exhibition of artwork intersecting with the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein

The exhibition is housed at Byrne House, on the University of Exeter, Streatham campus, and is open to the campus community and the wider public from 12th June until September, 2015.

An exhibition open house will be held on Friday, 12th June, 4-6 p.m.

Refreshments will be…


Added by Mike Rose-Steel on May 19, 2015 at 13:30 — No Comments

TALK by JANET BOLTON textile artist

Monday 15 June

Pimms and Pictures

An evening with Janet Bolton

The Kenn Centre, Kennford EX67UE

Janet Bolton composes textile pictures using the simplest of hand stitching techniques. She has exhibited widely and her work is in many private collections. She has published books for adults and children, the most recent of which is being launched in early June at Cowslip Studios in Cornwall. Janet has been on the Craft Council selected index of makers since 1985 and… Continue

Added by Brenda Thomas on May 17, 2015 at 14:02 — No Comments

Kickstarter launching 21 May


Image: Rare posters from the Spacex archive up for grabs.

Next Thursday 21 May Spacex will be launching their Kickstarter – an online fundraising campaign – to raise £10,000 towards two artist residencies and a series of public events. Enabling the artistic process remains at the core of what Spacex does and they need our support in order to continue this work.

To say thank you for all of your support, Spacex are opening the gallery on…


Added by Martyn Windsor on May 13, 2015 at 14:40 — No Comments

Kick started! :)

Hello all and sundry! :D

I currently have a kickstarter running to raise funds to create a body of work for a series of pop up shows (1st one will be in Exeter on the 6th June which of course you're invited to! - more details on that nearer the time). 

If you have a couple of quid rolling around down the side of the sofa and feel like supporting me then i'd be over the moon as this would help this starving artist massively. My target is quite low so i hope…


Added by Robin Doyle on May 13, 2015 at 12:55 — No Comments

Phonic FM’s Rugby Stories: call to artists

  • Exeter’s community radio station to commission four audio portraits of the city
  • Proposals invited from the creative community
  • A fee of £750 will be paid for each commissioned work

This September and October, England will host Rugby World Cup 2015. Three of the tournament’s matches will be played at the Sandy Park ground in Exeter.

With support from Exeter City Council, Phonic FM…


Added by John Wigzell on May 8, 2015 at 16:00 — No Comments

Postcards to Public Art

Hopefully you will have encountered the posters and postboxes (with blank cards) around the city.

If not - here's another way to get involved:

It would be great to have some ideas from the cultural community about what and where they would like to see as public art in our city - you can enter anonymously if you think it might be too outrageous - but we'll exhibit every entry!…


Added by stuart crewes on May 4, 2015 at 11:35 — No Comments

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