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LUX Critical Forum at CAST: Invitation to participate

Monday 13 February 2017

CAST invites artists, writers and curators who currently work with moving image, or are interested to do so, to join a new Cornwall-based artists' moving image Critical Forum.

Spacex secures continued support from Arts Council England

Tuesday 10 January 2017

The Arts Council have awarded Spacex £66,000 from their Grants for the Arts programme. This will invest in a programme of activity and audience development over the next 12 months.

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Visual Arts South West is a network creating opportunities for artists, organisations and professionals to develop their practice, share ideas, knowledge & resources, and cultivate relationships. We provide platforms to promote and support the work of the region's visual arts ecology. 

We are part of the national Contemporary Visual Arts Network (CVAN) which is dedicated to working together to realise a stronger visual arts for the benefit of artists, arts organisations and audiences, present and future.

 

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What's on in the South West

Talk: Auschwitz: The Practice of Extinction

Theatre 2, Roland Levinksy Building, Plymouth University, PL4 8AA

Tuesday 21 February 2017

Present Moments and Passing Time: Malcolm Le Grice

Plymouth Arts Centre, 38 Looe Street, Plymouth, PL40EB

Friday 20 January 2017 – Saturday 18 March 2017

The Jungle

Plymouth College of Art

Wednesday 26 April 2017 – Wednesday 31 May 2017

Bite Size Lunchtime Talk: Experience Not Object - The Personal Cinema of Malcolm Le Grice with Dr Kayla Parker

Plymouth Arts Centre, 38 Looe Street, Plymouth, PL40EB

Thursday 02 March 2017

Dave Roper is Artist in Residence

Harbour House, The Promenade, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1JD

Tuesday 17 January 2017 – Saturday 28 January 2017

Stuart Robinson in conversation with Rachel Dobbs

Plymouth College of Art

Wednesday 22 March 2017

Behind the Scenes Studio Visits: Jo Lathwood

Spike Island

Saturday 04 March 2017

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

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