The conscious sisters

The conscious sisters is an arts & media collective based in Plymouth that produces unique art projects working with the community. As the name suggests it is run by sisters Karen and Fiona Evans. Big sis Karen is a multi-media artist with extensive experience of working with issues around diversity and little sis Fiona is a film maker and arts manager with a reputation for producing innovative projects of quality. Both sisters are artists in their own right trading as conscious films and conscious arts. The conscious sisters love collaborative working with communities and organisations. The collective aims to explore and raise the standard of community arts practice in the South West. We are not sniffy about community arts... we love it. Art with heart is our motto and we aim to work in a non pretentious and accessible way. We believe with a passion that art can really change lives and have seen transformation happen with our own eyes.

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34, Western College Road
Devon PL4 7AG

[email protected]

Respect festival,parade 2018
Respect festival parade 2018
Illuminate parade 2016
Illuminate parade 2015

What's on

Phizogs - Bedwyr Williams at RAMM

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, Exeter EX4 3RX

Tuesday 17 July 2018 – Monday 01 April 2019

What do you collect? Handkerchiefs

Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, Exeter, Devon EX4 3RX

Tuesday 15 January 2019 – Sunday 07 April 2019

Katie Schwab: A Working Building

The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place, Plymouth PL4 8AT

Thursday 31 January 2019 – Saturday 30 March 2019

Berber Carpet: Jacqui Hallum

Exeter Phoenix

Saturday 16 February 2019 – Sunday 21 April 2019

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.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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