Stained Glass Effects for Beginners- Taster

Alphington Community Centre Church Road, Exeter

Stained Glass Effects for Beginners- Taster @ Alphington Community Centre Come learn some skills and techniques in how to achieve stained glass effects using materials such as acrylic, ink and vinyls. You will also gain insight into artists’ work, while gaining the freedom of expression through your own work. There is a course to follow

Now’s the Time – Private View

Positive Light Projects 184-187 Sidwell Street, Exeter

Now's the Time - Private View @ Positive Light Projects, MakeTank & other Princesshay venues Join the University of Exeter's MA Curation students for the the private view of their exhibitions. Across various venues this is the perfect opportunity to spend an arty night getting a glimpse at some of the future rising stars in

Artists Moving Image: Past Commissions Screening

Exeter Phoenix Bradninch Place, Exeter

Artists Moving Image: Past Commissions Screening @ Exeter Phoenix Exeter Phoenix has been commissioning Artists Moving Image films for 8 years and we wanted to take a moment to celebrate the past and most recent commissions, seen back to back for the first time in one place in Exeter's only independent cinema. With in introduction

Red River Poetry – Letterpress Workshop

Exeter Phoenix Bradninch Place, Exeter

PHOTO: Poetry and Print © Jeremy Speck Red River Poetry - Letterpress Workshop @ Double Elephant Print Workshop Join Letterpress Tutor Jeremy Speck to construct some beautiful typography inspired by poems from John Wedgwood Clarke. Draw on John’s work on the Red River, a small post-industrial river in West Cornwall, and expand out to explore

River of Machines, River of Gods – Writing & Screen Printing Workshop

Exeter Phoenix Bradninch Place, Exeter

PHOTO: Red River Poetry © John Wedgwood Clarke River of Machines, River of Gods @ Double Elephant Print Workshop Combine reading and writing poetry with printmaking during this two-day workshop with the poet John Wedgwood Clarke and printmaker George Barron. Material for the workshop will draw on John’s work on the Red River, a small

What’s the Zine

Exeter Phoenix Bradninch Place, Exeter

What's the zine?  APPLICATIONS CLOSE 15 MAY - go >>here<< to apply What's the Zine? Come along and find out! Curated by local artist and Art Week Exeter Event Producer Scotty Gillespie, What the Zine is zine fair and an education. Have you been curious about zines? Stop by, pick up some zines and find

Look Up – Art Workshop

EXETER CUSTOM HOUSE 46 The Quay, Exeter

Photo: Sylvain Deleu - Phoebe Cummings - Triumph of the Immaterial (clay, water ) Woman's Hour Craft Prize, Victoria & Albert Museum, 2017 Look Up @ Custom House   Join Honeyscribe’s Artistic Director and ceramic artist Amy Shelton for an afternoon of making and conversation, celebrating the new site-specific work by Phoebe Cummings created in

Art Car Boot

Exeter College Carpark Queen St, Exeter

Art Car Boot @ Exeter College Carpark Art Car Boot is back! We've moved the Art Car Boot to the carpark at the Exeter College Queen Street Campus (opposite Central Station), but expect the same bustling, Sunday art vibes from previous years. Grab a coffee and see what our local creatives have got on offer

OrganicARTS in the City

Magic Carpet Gallery 27 Paris Street, Exeter

OrganicARTS in the City @ Magic Carpet Gallery, Paris St   OrganicARTS are an arts and education charity who normally work on our site at West Town Farm in Ide. We are bringing what we do into the city with a selection of creative projects for all ages to get involved in. Have a go

A SOUND WALK, TOGETHER

Millstone Millstone, Miller’s Bridge, Exeter

A group Sound Walk in Exeter, part of a series of five for Cygnet Theatre's Dream Festival. Join musician Emma Welton listening to the city, noticing human and more-than-human sounds, discovering hidden sounds, allowing sounds to find us, making our own. For people open to a different kind of walk, and those curious about experiencing

Pharmakon

Geoffrey Pope Building Streatham Campus, Exeter

  PHOTO CREDIT: A first look at the Pharmakon concept © Still/Moving Pharmakon @ Streatham Campus Unveiling Tuesday 14 June from 4pm  In an exciting new commission to highlight the use of science to tackle the global burden of human fungal diseases, artists Still/Moving worked with the Medical Research Council Centre for Medical Mycology (MRC