Your guide to What’s On in and around Exeter this weekend (15-17 February):
Friday, Cygnet Theatre, Exeter
The Duck believes that she is swimming through a world of people just like her, until the day she is diagnosed with autism. Now she needs to re-examine who she is and what that means. A powerful and beautiful glimpse into one autistic woman’s world. https://cygnettheatre.co.uk
Your essential guide to What’s on in and around Exeter this weekend (21-23 September)
Company Wayne McGregor – Autobiography Friday, Exeter Northcott
For 25 years, British choreographer and director Wayne McGregor has made choreography that interrogates life through the experience of the body. Now McGregor turns his attention to the body as archive, with a dance portrait illuminated by the sequencing of his own genome. https://exeternorthcott.co.uk
This September 8th -23rd, Devon Open Studios showcases the talent and creative lives of the artists who live and work in Devon, when hundreds of artists are the stars of the show as they open their studios to the public.
A new exhibition exploring Devon’s unique First World War history starts on Saturday 15 September at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM).
By illuminating the varied lives of men, women and children who lived and worked in the county, Devon Voices 1914-1918: Home Front Stories reveals a rich picture of the everyday wartime experience far from the battle fields.
Paintings, ceramics, sculpture and glass will be exhibited in Torquay this August.
From August 25 to 31 fingerpaintings by Saskia Skoric will hang alongside nautical paintings by Len Murrell and landscapes and seascapes by Lynda Kettle, former vice president of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) and chair of Sidmouth Art Society.
A Good Age: Change in my Time – 5 craft commissions
Devon Guild of Craftsmen and Libraries Unlimited are seeking to commission five, UK based, professional older artists (born before 1948) to make new contemporary craft work responding to a theme of age and change within the artist’s lifetime. The commissioned works will be shown alongside craftwork made in local community workshops, in a celebratory exhibition ‘A Good Age’ at Devon Guild of Craftsmen in Autumn 2019.