What's Mine is (Y)ours? is a processual exhibition; in other words an exhibition which continuously takes shape as visitors add their own thoughts, ideas and creations. It will evolve between 6 - 27 June 2016 at Exeter CVS, Wat Tyler House, King Willliam Street, Exeter.
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All are welcome to come and enjoy the exhibition Sweet Existence by artist Karen Barber - a vibrant, colourful collection of abstract paintings that showcase the incredibly diverse and vital roles of sugars.
The exhibition will be on show in the University's…Continue
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Theatre Alibi is working In partnership with the University of Exeter Drama Department to offer a fully-funded three-year PhD looking at the impact of their work with young people is now open for applications, to start in September 2016. The PhD researcher will be based at the University, with supervision, training, mentoring and additional research taking place both at the University of Exeter and Theatre Alibi. …Continue
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The Exeter Respect Festival is just over two weeks away and takes place across the weekend of 11 / 12 June. The festival line-up includes Chartwell Dutiro, The Annika Skoogh Latin Trio, Ben Morgan Brown, Noëlle et les Papillons, Ruby May Spencer, Foxwillow, The Strange & the Beautiful, Lou Latham, The…Continue
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Artists working in different media will share their experiences of exploring and responding to historic collections and creating new perspectives on cultural heritage at a one-day conference at RAMM this November. It is also a chance to hear about the visual arts ecology in Exeter from partner organisations and the Arts Council…Continue
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Build a blow-up spatial structure! Tom Randall-Page will introduce you to the exciting world of inflatable spaces. Your group will design and build a large, futuristic blow-up…Continue
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The shortlist has been announced for the 2016 Food and Travel Reader Awards. Exeter has been shortlisted for 'City of the Year' - a category which includes Bangkok, Barcelona, Cape Town, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London, New York and Sydney.
Twitter users can spread the word @Visit_Exeter
Congratulations to other Devon finalists in the following…
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Visit our city centre shop-gallery at 87 Fore St, Exeter EX46RT
Open 10:00 – 18:00 Weds-Sat 4th – 21st May 2016 …Continue
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Last call for entries..
THG Open 2016 (4 June - 27 August)
This exhibition celebrates the rich and varied talent of local artists. All artists who live and work in the South West can submit artwork.
First prize - £750, Best Emerging Artist - £250 and Audience Prize - £150. The winners together with a selection…Continue
Added by Thelma Hulbert Gallery on May 11, 2016 at 10:18 — No Comments
We are looking for a Digital Programme Coordinator to join the team at Exeter Phoenix.
The role of Digital Programme Coordinator principally covers the development, administration and delivery of a busy programme of training courses, film commissions, digital/film education, artist…Continue
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This is an international call that is not bound by art form to create a new playable artwork using climate data to be experienced first at the EUPORIAS General Assembly in October 2016.
The successful artist(s) will be awarded:
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Here are 3 opps, deadlines this summer, please can you let 3-D designer / artist-makers know about them if relevant, thank you!
1. Open call: Pour Me - in celebration of the humble jug
18 March – 7 May 2017
The exhibition will highlight how deceptively difficult it can be to make a jug; makers must consider balance and weight. Will it pour? Is the handle strong enough to withstand the weight of the liquid? Is the handle pulled,…Continue
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Museum of Contemporary Commodities is now open at 87 Fore St. Please drop in for a visit any time Wed-Sat 10-6pm.
Tomorrow Sat 7th May 10am-1pm, we are delighted to be hosting a data detection walk and discussion event with Dr Alison Powell from the London School of Economics around the themes of data, trade and values in Exeter. It's an easygoing way to to get your head around urgent concepts in a sociable event. Use this eventbrite link to book. Places are limited. …
Added by Paula Crutchlow on May 6, 2016 at 11:30 — No Comments
hopefully you're all primed for Art Week Exeter next week! Make sure to grab a brochure from one of your usual cultural hotspots and plot your journey through the week.
As a part of proceedings Jimmy Cauty will be coming to launch his piece of work that will sited on Piazza Terracina at the quay. We'd like to extend an invitation to you all to join us for the party - RIOT hour kicks off at 6pm, Bar…
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