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.
The adversity of lockdown has sparked even more creativity for Exeter-based artist Veronica Gosling.
A new film-poem created during a live night-time collaboration by five poets will be premiered on Friday 10 July. Night & Refuge creatively documents the process of writing together online during lockdown, and ends with a reading of the new poem.
People from across the country will be contributing to a Quarantine Quilt. The Quilt will be created as part of a project by Devon-based organisation Significant Seams.
Artist David Mach is appealing for broken pieces of pottery with a story behind them. He is asking people to send the fragments to help create a new artwork for St Austell, Cornwall.
People in Chelston, Torquay have been making willow sculptures to decorate their gardens during lockdown. The idea began when a community project to create willow sculptures for the local parks was put on hold.
Worth over £20,000, the prize is part of the Whitegold Project, an initiative set in St Austell in the heart of Cornwall.