Date: Sunday 11 February 2018
Time: Prebookable slots of 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Venue: Jury’s Inn, Western Way, Exeter, EX1 2DB
The National Youth…
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Just a quick reminder about the Hustings tonight at the Bike Shed. There’s a few spaces left, but I’d encourage you to stick your names down following this link: https://www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk/shows/exeters-cultural-hustings-2016
Exeter’s cultural life is more vibrant than it has been in years. With exciting developments planned for…Continue
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Arts groups, organisations and artists in Exeter are being invited to apply for grants
from the City Council.
Exeter City Council’s Arts Annual Core and Project Grant Fund for 2016/17 will be
open for application from Tuesday (1 December).
The funds are available to provide annual core support or one off projects to Exeter
based organisations in 2016/17 that aim to benefit residents of Exeter or improve
access to the arts and increase…Continue
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As part of the changes to its Arts Grants funding programme Exeter City Council is
opening a new Arts Project Fund for 2015/16.
The fund will be open from December 2014 to support one off Exeter based arts
projects in 2015/16 that aim to benefit residents of Exeter, improve access to the
arts and increase participation in arts activity by all of Exeter’s diverse communities.
The fund will not be primarily open to arts organisations already in receipt of…Continue
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Dom Jinks has more than 15 years experience in the arts with a background in theatre and is currently head of arts and culture at the University of Exeter.
The co-founder of Britain’s Shakespeare touring group is to take the reigns on Plymouth’s cultural future as the city prepares for the Mayflower 2020 anniversary.
Dominic Jinks has been appointed as the executive director of Plymouth’s Culture Board and will take up the post in June.
Adrian Vinken, chief executive of…Continue
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Guidelines for Exeter City Council Grant Application for Arts Core Funding 2015/16
The City Council’s planned budget for grants to arts organisations for 2015/16 is the same as has been available for 2014/15. This is subject to final approval early in 2015 and the level of Government funding granted to the Council.
Download them here:…Continue
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At the beginning of 2013 the photographer Fern Leigh…Continue
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Arts Council England opened the application process for our national portfolio of arts organisations and museums for 2015 to 2018 on 7th January 2015. At the same time, we are also setting out our overall investment plans for 2015 - 2018, which include Strategic funds, museums development and Grants for the arts.
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We will be in Belmont Park again for our annual free event from 12noon to 7pm on Saturday 1 June and from 11am to 6 pm on Sunday 2 June. Respect In The Park 2013 will feature old faves and new additions: Community Stage, NEW Phonic FM Outdoor Stage, Music Café, Play Area, Dance Workshops, NEW…Continue
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Today, as the first comprehensive analysis of how the UK’s historic buildings are used by businesses is published, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has launched Heritage Ente rprise, a pioneering new funding programme designed to stimulate local economic growth by unlocking the commercial potential of unused historic buildings and sites. With a commitment of at least £25 million per annum over the next five years, HLF’s new scheme will empower not-for-profit organisations, such as…Continue
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The Exeter Cultural Partnership online community ning site has now been upgraded to accommodate a growing membership. There was an original 150 member limit.
Please upload any images, post news as blogs, start or reply to discussions on the forums or link up with other members. This site is a good noticeboard and forum for an evolving cultural discussion in Exeter. Please feel free to invite colleagues or friends to join. Your posts and images can also be broadcast to all…Continue
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Brief for the preparation of a draft Exeter Cultural Strategy 2013 – 2018
Stage 2 Sector consultations for Exeter’s Cultural Strategy
Exeter City Council (ECC) in partnership and in consultation with Exeter Cultural Partnership (ECP) has recently developed a Draft Framework for a Cultural Strategy for Exeter 2013 – 2018 (Stage 1 of consultation attached). The new Cultural Strategy will supersede any previous…
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EXETER CULTURAL PARTNERSHIP
Monday 17th December 2012-12-17, 2-4pm
Minutes – Key Actions
Present: Dom Jinks (Chair), Councillor Paul Bull, Patrick Cunningham, Victoria Hatfield, Camilla Hampshire, Val Wilson, Marina O’Shea, Jay Milling (until 3.40), Seth Honnor, Stephen Pettet-Smith, Michael Krage (from 3.25), Kate Tyrrell, Claire Bailey (minutes c/o RAMM)
Apologies: Kate Offord, Claire…
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Please add your details to this blog post if you want to be involved in the future strategy consultation.
This sets out for Member comments a draft framework for a Cultural Strategy of Exeter 2013 – 2018 produced by Exeter City Council in partnership with Exeter Cultural Partnership. The report seeks support for the proposed strategic goals and ways forward to…Continue
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Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) has seized the £100,000 Art Fund Prize for its stunning £24 million transformation.
Praised by the judges for its ‘ambition and imagination’, the museum has dramatically reinterpreted its display of over a million fascinating objects - from gemstones and taxidermy to medieval coins and modern art.…
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It has occurred to me that Plymouth could host a design festival. If Cheltenham and Cardiff can do it..
To that end I have put up this ning site to get the ball rolling and to put out feelers to see who is interested. Please note this is a proposal only. What do you think? Is this something you would be interested in being involved with? The response so far has been very positive. Like the ECP site the Plymouth…Continue
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