Three key events in May will highlight the importance of creativity for health & wellbeing in the aftermath of the pandemic and for the future.
Four huge sculptures will float in the air above visitors to Exeter Cathedral. The human-like forms will reflect themes of hope, resilience and new beginnings.
An exhibition of miniature artworks will be displayed in a set of old printer’s letterpress drawers. The drawers’ tiny compartments – which originally housed the print typefaces – have provided a stimulus for the exhibiting artists.
A new piece of music aims to raise the profile of the double bass. The tones and range of this often-underrated instrument are explored in Leo Geyer’s new work ‘Water Boatman’.
A new national centre for creativity and wellbeing launches on Tuesday 9 March. The National Centre for Creative Health aims to make creativity integral to health and social care systems.
A new national centre for creativity and wellbeing launches on 9th March. The National Centre for Creative Health aims to make creativity integral to health and social care systems.
People in Somerset will have the opportunity to appear on the virtual stage with Cinderella.
A cast of Devon-based disabled actors will be joined by Coronation Street star Cherylee Houston in a short film which explores isolation in lockdown.
Young carers, young parents, and young disabled people in Torbay are receiving creative packs in the post as part of a project to improve wellbeing.
A thousand-year-old riddle has brought together printmakers, historians, a poet and a filmmaker.
Riddle 57 from The Exeter Book has inspired artwork which has been used to create an online interactive version of the riddle.