Traditional Dorset Buttons with a contemporary twist are amongst the art exhibited for this year’s Dorset Art Weeks. Watercolours created using masking tape, and photography expressing the artist’s identity also feature.
Critically ill hospital patients will be able to hear messages from their loved ones this Christmas, thanks to a new service developed during the pandemic.
People across the world responded to a call to create moths for an installation which represent a creative call for urgent action at COP26. 20,000 hand-crafted moths are being strung together to create an immersive display for the UN climate change conference.
A new award will commemorate Devon artist Heather Jansch who died in July. Heather was a renowned sculptor who specialised in images of horses created in driftwood and bronze.
20,000 hand-crafted moths will be used to create an immersive display for COP26, the UN climate change conference.
A group of artists have been inspired by the historic records of Shepton Mallet Prison, including “crimes” such as being a Suffragette or the theft of butter.
Medieval creatures, a gay earl and a pet tortoise have all inspired works of art at Powderham Castle.
Artists all over Devon will be throwing open their doors and inviting people to look behind the scenes of an artist’s studio.
Top musicians will be rehearsing in fields, parks and gardens as they get to know the locals while they prepare for Ashburton Chamber Music Festival.
Four huge sculptures are floating in the air above visitors to Exeter Cathedral. The human-like forms reflect themes of hope, resilience and new beginnings.