Following the recent Board meeting, we have decided that we will not be producing an event this year.
Our focus will be on the transformation to Art Work Exeter and the work that this will entail. Artist development and support are increasingly important, so following from previous collaborative activity with EVAF, VASW and others, we’ll be looking at just how the city can increase the opportunities and resources available to us all.
Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org after February 20th if you would like to join our community engagement advisory panel.
The gallery (27 Paris Street) has a freshly painted new floor (many thanks to Exeter City Council) and is nearly fully-booked for the first half of the year, please check in with our social media accounts for updates about exhibitions as they break.
We have just seen a group show from Magic Carpet (Passions) and are expecting an expo involving workshops by artists affiliated with Exeter Scrapstore; Robin Doyle (WH1DN) will be unleashing his latest sensory blast of cultural critique; Christophe aka Lord of the Logos will present the fruits of his ever-evolving portfolio of designs; Şöhret Howells has a new body of striking abstract paintings; LP Edits will be filling the walls with his brand of street-art; there’s a pop-up event from Music is Murder; absolute_catrastrophe will be sharing collage and sculptural musings on architecture and memory and a group of Exeter School of Art graduates will be conducting a photographic review of the region…
If YOU would like to hire the space to put on a show, exhibition, workshop, etc, please get in touch. We are asking for the cost of running = £70 from 2020 (was £50 p/w)
We will now be hosting Exeter Visual Arts Forum as a part of our operations.
the next meeting will be held on Tuesday 19th February, 10am – 12pm at the AWEsome Art Space. Please book here or via the facebook event.
Photography by Rhodri Cooper.