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Winnie Chan + Stella Tripp

Part of the Lonely Arts Column project. “I see making art as a way to communicate with others, through messages and expression.”

Build your own solar phone charger

Ever wondered just what goes on inside a solar panel? Ready to take clean energy into your own hands? Stumped by watts, amps and volts? This full day workshop goes back to basics, to take you from zero to hand-made solar panel – with the future of energy explored along the way. All materials are included and no previous experience is required.

Exeter School of Art’s Fine Artists

University-level Fine Art students from Exeter School of Art will be making work in response to sites in and around Exeter. The work can be viewed in several locations across the city, including the 547-year-old Tucker’s Hall.

Peter Randall-Page: Geometry of Desire IV

Internationally exhibited and acclaimed sculptor Peter Randall-Page RA Elect brings Geometry of Desire IV to St Martin’s Church. Carved sinuously from Rossi Luanda marble and mounted on an oak stand, the sculpture evokes universal organic forms, at the same time pleasing and atavistic.

Electrical Art Challenge

Want to know more about using electricity? Got the spark but not sure where to start? Come and learn through play. All materials are included and no previous experience is required.

Veronica Gosling

Imaginative and humorous work in many media. Zany lamps, freely painted household pottery, 'During the Night' prints and paintings. Hanging bicycles, umbrellas, and other sculptures in a wild, magical garden.

Winnie Chan

MA Fine Art graduate of Chelsea College of Arts. Originally from Hong Kong, have based in Penzance, Lancaster and London before Exeter. Her works are her life experiences, introspection, journey in finding true happiness, interconnectedness between our consumption patterns and environment

We Built This City

We Built This City is constructed from cells, personal units; many have been made through workshops with young and vulnerable people, each one a considered study of what we call 'home'. The project is purposely engaging with people from very different walks of life, to bring a valuable sharing of perspectives.

Exeter School of Art End of Year Show

From painting and sculpture to photographic prints and exciting design solutions, the work exhibited at the Yard Gallery in the Centre for the Creative Industries is a broad range of art and design created by the Foundation Degree students of Exeter School of Art.

Creative Hub Social

Want to indulge in a spot of creative networking? Get yourself down to the bar at Exeter Phoenix for a complimentary drink and catch up with the Art Week Exeter crowd.

A to Z Storybook Sculpture

A giant cardboard book sculpture created by artist James Lake. Walk into the book and discover the storybook characters.

AWEsome Art Fair

Art Week Exeter celebrates a broad ecology of arts across the city. Here’s your chance to get a look at it all in one place! You’ll hopefully have already enjoyed the past six months’ worth of exhibitions at this venue, now for the crowning show...

CANTEEN

Nine contemporary artists’ new work. A multi-sensory experience of sound, painting, film, sculpture, installation, drawing and eating. An exhibition and events exploring relationships between our intimate, personal, local, global, communal and cosmic worlds.

Advice Pavilion

A small pod-like pavilion, covered in life advice gathered from residents and community hubs in and around St. James. It’s a monument to the wisdom of our neighbours, a celebration of what we all have to offer each other.

Collective

A group exhibition of new work from students on Plymouth University's MA Contemporary Art Practice course, showcasing a variety of mediums and artistic practice.

Alright Mate?

Writer Cally Hayes and artist Hugh McCann have collaborated to create an art installation that gets you talking about male mental health in an easy and accessible way. Using both audio and visual mediums, join us in the conversation.

Music installation

To celebrate CEDA’s 30th anniversary, sound artist Daisy Higman has worked with CEDA members to create a soundscape inspired by popular music of the last 30 years.

ATOI: Binlang

Amy and Oliver Thomas-Irvine are a collaborative duo that live and work in Cornwall. They work in sculpture, found-object, collage, photography, performance as well as by-products from performance-based installations.

Jem Finer: Longplayer

Longplayer is a 1000-year-long musical composition. It began playing at midnight on 31 December 1999, and will continue to play without repetition until the last moment of 2999. Conceived and composed by Jem Finer, it can be heard online; through an app; and at listening posts around the world.