Our Lunchtime Talks are always about providing an informal space for people to come and listen (whilst eating their packed lunch), and to have their minds stretched in different directions as they discover others’ practices, projects, disciplines and approaches.
*When we say talk this might be to play, test, talk, discuss.
This week Chloe Uden wants…
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The Digital Gateway Seminar is a chance for emerging artists and creative practitioners to get advice from experienced professionals. The Gateway seminars are designed to support people starting careers, with opportunities to network and seek advice about some of the practical issues of culture sector working.
This seminar is part of the Major Partner Museum programme run by RAMM and Plymouth City Museum &…Continue
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A series of large scale (up to 3m) charcoal drawings on display in Exeter Cathedral's Chapter House. Moody and atmospheric woodland scenes, sea and sky.
Saturday 9th July 12am - 4pm
Sunday 10th July 12am - 2pm
Monday 11th July 10am -…Continue
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Three very different composers, Simon Belshaw, Annabel Rooney and Luke Whitlock, play and talk about their music and their lives as composers in Devon. Presented by the Devonshire Association's Music Section as part of its year-round programme of talks, concerts and events.
Exeter Community Centre, 17 St David's Hill EX4 3RG
Tickets on the door £6 non-members, £4 Devonshire…Continue
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ECP members are invited to attend The Sharing and a Choreographic Workshop, two free events created by performance-maker and choreographer Jane Mason at the culmination of her artist’s residency at the University of Exeter with Dr Astrid Schrader.…Continue
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Following the result of the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, some of Exeter's cultural organisations have written a common message reminding residents and visitors alike that all are welcome. Culture has a vital role in bringing people together, providing safe, secure spaces for reflection, expression and enlightenment. Read the letter here:…Continue
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