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Venue D Inspired Dental Care

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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.”

Venue 51 St Sidwell’s Community Centre

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  • Sound Walks

    Starting in the gardens/entrance of St Sidwell’s Community Centre, artist Laura Denning leads a tangled tour of the area, and finishing at TOPOS, where participants can view the ‘CANTEEN’ show at their leisure.

  • Sound Walks

    Starting in the gardens/entrance of St Sidwell’s Community Centre, artist Laura Denning leads a tangled tour of the area, and finishing at TOPOS, where participants can view the ‘CANTEEN’ show at their leisure.

Venue 23 Exeter Picturehouse

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  • Constructed Narratives

    Constructed Narratives bring together works by students studying UAL Foundation Diploma Lens Media at Exeter School of Art. The work focuses on staged/constructed imagery that suggest a narrative which the viewer will ultimately decipher.

Venue 28 The Roots Foundation Barber Shop

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  • 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.

Venue 42 Devon Disability Collective Hub

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  • 30 years of CEDA Arts

    2018 sees CEDA celebrating its 30th anniversary. This exhibition looks back at 30 years’ worth of artist development, work and projects delivered with and by disabled artists.

  • 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.

Venue 9 St Petrock’s Church

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  • Exeter’s Vanished Rock Venues and other stories

    Photos, zines, booklets, podcasts and other storytelling about or from Exeter, including writers and artists from the Listening to the City podcast group, Exeter Phoenix Artists’ Writing Group, Analogue Collective zine group, and others.

Venue 11 TOPOS Exeter

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  • 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.

Venue 50 Exeter City Futures

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  • ARRAY

    Our energy system is the beating heart of civilization and the unseen web that binds us all together. It is changing fast, in ways that will affect all of us: but many people find energy dull and boring. Artists have always played a part in revolutions, but what are they doing now? In this talk we’ll explore how artists are pioneering ways to help us better connect to our energy system.

Venue 27 Tuckers Hall

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  • 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.

Venue E Wilkinson Grant

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  • Stella Tripp

    Part of the Lonely Arts Column project. “Since childhood I have used art to try to understand the world; to explore the nature of reality, both gentle and brutal: the fragility of the world and our engagement with it.”

Venue 12 Co-Lab

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  • Richard Nolan

    A collection of mixed media pieces ranging from the whimsical to the political. Vibrant, eye-catching work taking inspiration from artists from Lichtenstein to Basquiat to street art.

Venue B Cartridges Law

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  • Benjamin J Borley

    Part of the Lonely Arts Column project. “These portraits form part of a series titled 8 1/2 Women, which was originally conceived as an exhibition for a cinema...”

Venue F Jurys Inn

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  • LP-Edits

    Part of the Lonely Arts Column project. “Most of my art is in a graffiti spray paint, most are made with the use of hand designed and cut stencil format with abstract backgrounds...”

Venue 8 Exeter Library

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  • A to Z Storybook Sculpture

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

  • Give us a Hand

    ImPerfect Perfect’s exhibition ‘Give us a Hand‘ has been created by bringing the artist, the performer and the public together. A collection created by the coming together and a joining of hands. A celebration of women, recognition, unity and a reminder of how far we still have to go.

Venue 17 Chococo

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  • CEDA Ceramics

    Enjoy some handmade chocolates and a cuppa in this special cafe in Gandy Street. At the same time stop and admire the special collection of ceramics created by artists at CEDA with professional ceramicist Emily Parr.

Venue 1 AWEsome Art Space

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  • Bags of Fun!

    Magic Carpet participants have decided to help their art escape the studio! All of the Exeter and Honiton groups have been making multi-media forays into the world of fashion and you can pick up your own individual, affordable piece of the action.

  • 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...

Venue 14 Queen’s Crescent Garden

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  • 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.

Venue 26 4 The Mint

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  • Hazel Johnson Paintings

    Hazel Johnson achieved her Painting degree from Camberwell College of Arts. Her current project are portraits of 'lost' movie stars based on a catalog found rummaging in charity shops.

  • Laurel Keeley

    Laurel’s ceramics have become less about the decorative surface, and more about an integration of surface with form. Her paintings have emerged as a parallel force to this new work.

Venue 4 Exeter Cathedral

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  • 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.

Venue 16 Double Elephant Print Workshop

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  • Totally Totes: drop-in screenprint session

    Drop-in workshop. Take a look, print a tote and take away. Affordable prints to suit every pocket plus look round the studio where it was made. You can also have a go! Two printmakers will be on hand to help you screenprint a tote bag.

  • Drop-in printmaking taster session

    Drop-in workshop. Pop in, take a look, take part and take away. Affordable prints to suit every pocket plus look round the studio where it was made. You can also have a go! Two printmakers on hand to help you create a print for yourself.

Venue 2 Southernhay

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  • Art Car Boot Sale

    AWE’s ever-popular Art Car Boot Sale returns, this year on Southernhay. Check out the fantastic range of affordable and outrageous art available in a relaxed market atmosphere. A heady mix of artists, makers, performers and curiosities. With engaging activities, drinks and laughs.

Venue 7 2 Roman Gate

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  • Land Matters: After Process

    Land Matters explores indeterminacy and how the landscape of copper and iron industrial mining locations in Devon is encountered and represented. Laurie Reynolds is an artist who works with camera and landscape with a focus on the process of collaboration with the materials that comprise the landscape.

  • Joy Anderson

    In my latest work on perspex I am interested in 'excavating' or carving out solid painterly shapes. I am enjoying the process of hollowing out these slab-like forms, building within them or chipping away at their painted edges.

Venue 3 St Martin’s Church

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  • Shortplayer + Jem Finer in conversation

    By adjusting the variables that control Longplayer, new compositions can be created that might last only a very short time. Composer-curator Emma Welton, with musicians from the University of Exeter, realises one of these compositions in a live setting. Followed by Longplayer artist Jem Finer in conversation with sound artist and broadcaster Alice Armstrong.

  • A Quiet Night In

    A Quiet Night in has been putting on concerts of quiet contemporary music in Exeter since 2014. Join them for an evening that explores the creative possibilities of close listening, quiet and silence. Pay what you decide, on the door.

Venue 52 Princesshay

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  • Artistic Debris

    Using photography and digital techniques, artist Mark Ware has created four portraits od CEDA members.

  • Wheelchair printing

    Working with Double Elephant Print Workshop, CEDA members will creating giant prints using their wheelchairs.

Venue 10 St Stephen’s Church

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  • Laurel Keeley and James Tatum: Uncommon Ground

    Local artists Laurel Keeley and James Tatum are showing recent ceramics and paintings inspired by the landscape of the south west. This new collaboration brings together a fresh and energetic approach in colour and form, to both paintings and ceramics.

Venue 5 Exeter Phoenix

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  • Art Machina

    Showcasing a range of finished digital art created by children and young people during Daisi's (Devon Art in Schools Initiative) Machina project, as well as information about the digital skills, techniques and processes that have been developed by working with local digital artists.

  • Protest Poster Workshop

    Create a series of two-colour posters using a vintage Risograph machine. Combine collaged source material with marker pens and stencils to create your template. Workshop leaders will also discuss legal ways of sharing your posters with the wider public and shouting your subversive message to the world!

Venue 18 Boston Tea Party

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  • The Architect-Walker: a mis-guide

    Four architect-walking explorations of the city, from Wrights & Sites, the people who walked the ‘Exeter Mis-Guide’ all the way to ‘A Mis-Guide to Anywhere’…

  • The Architect-Walker

    An exhibition of collaged photographs by artist Stuart Crewes. These are illustrations taken from The Architect-Walker by Wrights & Sites – the south west’s foremost practitioners of the dérive – published by Triarchy Press. Exhibition includes a limited-edition RISO print.

Venue 39 4 Williams Avenue

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  • Annabel Potter: Animal Glass Designs

    Celebrating animals and nature with mixed media paintings, hand painted glassware and a new animal alphabet colouring book. Cards and coasters also available.