Creativity helps us feel healthier and happier. This video, which was released for Mental Health Awareness Week 2022, shows the work of a group of participants in a project which aimed to improve health and social connections.
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.
A Chinese gown, a giraffe and a collection of pocket watches are amongst the museum objects that have inspired the composers of new music to be performed in the galleries at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter.