Freefall is a youth arts group for young people aged between 13-16 years run by Exeter Phoenix. The group aims to create a space to socialize, share ideas and opinions and develop creative projects together.
Participants from Well Image’s workshops display some of their work along with their thoughts on creativity and how taking photographs have helped them in their daily lives. Well Image works with people who have long term health conditions, disabilities or who experiencing high levels of anxiety.
A solo exhibition featuring recent works by Gloucestershire-based artist Natasha MacVoy who works across sculpture, film, performance and text. Eye Witness showcases an approach to art making, research and language that probes the assumption that we understand what we see.
For Gallery333 Alice is exploring how horse hair moves, and what this movement evokes. Alice is a research-led artist whose work is informed by her training and current doctoral research in archaeology and anthropology. This exhibition is in collaboration with CAMP, an independent member-led support and professional development network for artists, arts producers, curators and arts writers in Devon and Cornwall.
In the most recent update to our evolving paste-up poster project Corwall-based artist Hugh Frost presents Umwelt, returning to a recurring source in his work of the reverse side of stickers or paper silhouettes as often found in car, bedroom or classroom windows.
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