Friday 6 October, 10:30am–1pm, Exeter Library.
Part of Exeter’s Lost Weekend festival of creativity, technology and ideas, this free seminar takes in contributions from two artists who have come from an established, traditional fine art practice and brought in elements of data and interactivity.
An independent artist and writer based in Exeter, Gabrielle makes photographs, objects, actions and site-responsive works,…Continue
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Art Week Exeter are pleased to announce the dates for next year's event...
Please find out more on the website: https://artweekexeter.org.uk/ to register as an artist, producer or venue owner.
First up, will be our…Continue
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If you haven't yet, please do get clicking along to the blog section of Art Week Exeter's website.
We're featuring 60 artists in 60 days, ending on the 21st May.
You'll find everyone, from street artist Cleo to portrait painter Rachel, a…
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Calling all artists, curators and producers. The dates have been set and the diaries are open.
During 13-21 May 2017, Exeter is holding its second Art Week.
Working with a number of city venues and unusual spaces, partnering with cultural organisations, lining up funding and in-kind opportunities, building a multi-site marketing campaign and…
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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On the final day of Art Week Exeter we're holding an Art Car Boot. An ideal opportunity for those of you who are unable to participate in any other way but have work that you'd like to sell or an idea that you'd like to show...…
MoCC is inviting proposals for the commissioning of two dynamic public encounters that explore urgent questions related to the nexus of data-trade-place-values. We are interested in receiving applications for remote interventions as well as Exeter based working processes, and are looking for artists who can demonstrate both a critical engagement with networked processes, and experience of making in a social context. The commissions are co-hosted with …Continue
After a great residency at Furtherfield Gallery and Commons in 2015 as part of their Art Data Money programme, MoCC will be re-locating to Exeter this spring to develop the prototypes we tested in Finsbury Park into a series of public interactions in Exeter and online. We’re currently looking for an Associate Producer to help us with this. Application deadline is Tuesday 9th February at 5pm and you…
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Exeter Community Centre Trust is seeking a Volunteer Exhibitions Curator.
Building on the previous three years of Exhibitions and growing reputation of the Gallery space, we would like you to develop our programme of contemporary and traditional…Continue
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Call for Artists/Makers to work with Walk the Plank on
EXETER FIVE NATIONS PARADE
Celebrating the Rugby World Cup 2015
October 10th 2015
The Exeter Five Nations Parade is an exciting event engaging over 200 young people from across Exeter to create a spectacular celebration welcoming the 5 nations playing in Exeter as part of the Tournament.
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