Exeter Historic Buildings Trust is embarking on a community asset transfer of St Nicholas Priory from Exeter City Council during 2017. We would like to gauge local interest from arts and heritage groups in using the building as a venue. To this end at our Open Days on 10th and 11th December we invite you to come along to one of our sessions at 21 The Mint, Exeter, EX4 3BL (the refectory wing of the priory) to discuss possibilities.
Sessions will be held at 11.30am and 2.30pm on…Continue
Theme Mental-Well Being and Art
Hi everyone, I am looking for a film crew including actors and everything else. Please see the website for more details.https://mchelrodochain.wordpress.com/motherfatherbrothersister-working-title/
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Added by Clifford on November 27, 2016 at 21:00 — No Comments
Role: To support the project co-ordinator on two day long sessions with up to 20 disadvantaged adults throughout the year doing gardening, site maintenance and creative activities.
About organicARTS: organicARTS is an educational charity based at West Town Farm, a working organic farm in Ide on the outskirts of Exeter. Our strap line is ‘involving you in creative, farm-based learning for a healthy future’. Our objects are to educate…Continue
Added by Organic Arts on November 23, 2016 at 11:57 — No Comments
We have two exciting commissions for artists to work in Exeter within the valley parks. Please apply! Details here:
Two opportunities for artists to work within Exeter over the next 12 months on socially engaged and action research led projects.
Opportunity 1: West Exeter Riverside Artist…Continue
The Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, through Exeter HealthCare Arts, has an extensive exhibition programme. The aim of the programme is to add interest and bring some of the outside world into the busy corridors and to take peoples minds off medical situations. Representational work has a broad appeal and generally works well. Featured here is 'Calm along the shore' by Karen McCammon from a previous exhibition. I am presently putting together the programme for 2017. Exhibitions run for…Continue
Added by Stephen Pettet-Smith on November 14, 2016 at 12:00 — No Comments