Exeter Phoenix Brochure: Jan - Apr 2018

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T H E S E A S O N AT A G L A N C E

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WELCOME

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WELCOME TO A NEW YEAR AT EXETER PHOENIX We’re kick-starting 2018 with our most inspiring season ever! Read on to explore our handpicked season of cultural delights and captivating events. Within these pages there is something for everyone. If you’re after music, theatre, dance, comedy, art, cinema, workshops, this is where it all happens under one roof. So pop in and say hello, or visit exeterphoenix.org.uk to book tickets and discover new events.

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WE CAN’T DO IT WITHOUT YOU Thank you for everything you do to keep creativity thriving in Exeter. You make Exeter Phoenix laugh, dance, sing, shine and buzz! Quite simply, we wouldn’t be here without you. We were recently awarded Arts Council funding to make some big changes to this beautiful building. Expect improvements to our galleries, toilets, seating and more. It’s going to be amazing, but before we can make this dream a reality, we still need to raise around £60,000. Please consider giving a donation today by visting exeterphoenix.org.uk/donate Without your support, creativity couldn’t happen here. Registered Charity No: 290011

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LIVE MUSIC Our ever-eclectic music line-up guarantees something for everyone. Embrace the spirit of independence and the culture of live music as Independent Venue Week returns to celebrate venues that give artists their first live experiences and audiences the chance to get up close to future stars.

COURSES AND WORKSHOPS Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn something new? We’ve added more new courses than ever to help you do just that! From fabric dyeing to film editing, creative writing to lego animation there’s plenty to get stuck into.

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CINEMA

THEATRE, COMEDY

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Studio 74 is the home of independent cinema in Exeter. Grab a monthly film brochure and explore eye-opening documentaries alongside the latest releases and handpicked international cinema highlights.

We’re kicking off 2018 with our most exciting performance programme yet! This season features new shows from acclaimed theatre companies like Rhum & Clay and Theatre Ad Infinitum alongside some of the most renowned names on the comedy circuit.

SEE FOLD-OUT FILM BOOKLET

CREATIVE HUB

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Whether you’re a filmmaker, artist, performer, or anything in between, get involved in Exeter’s rich creative scene at one of our Creative Hub events ranging from engaging talks and training opportunity to creative networking and drop-in advice sessions. PAGES 20 - 22

VISUAL ART With several distinct exhibition spaces in the building you can find a range of work from national, international and local artists, community groups and other creative projects. This season welcomes solo exhibitions from St Ives based Simon Bayliss and South Korean artist Young In Hong. PAGES 16 - 19

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WELCOME

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STUDIO

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THE HOME OF INDEPENDENT CINEMA

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MUSIC

JAN - APR

S U LTA N S O F S T R I N G

PAUL YOUNG

From The Jam

MIDI Showcase

SUN 21 JAN | DOORS 7.30PM

MON 29 JAN | 8PM

A special tour celebrating 35 years since The Jam released their final album, The Gift.

Featuring some of Devon’s best new bands, Metronomic Underground, Samantics, Emily Howard and The Rushes.

Sultans Of String THU 25 JAN | 8PM This Canadian roots band brings a fiery mix of Celtic sounds and world music influences.

The Simmertones

Brooke Bent ham + J a mes P ow a nd The C h e a t in g H e a r ts WED 31 JAN | 8PM The breakthrough singer-songwriter headlines Exeter’s Independent Venue Week showcase.

+ Th e E mbez z lers SAT 27 JAN | DOORS 8PM Get dancing to an evening of ska and reggae in aid of Phonic FM.

Christ ine Tobin

Paul Young THU 1 FEB | DOORS 7PM The smooth, soulful 80s legend brings some special guests to Exeter.

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The Oh Hellos

SUN 28 JAN | 8PM New settings of poems by contemporary Pulitzer Prize winning poet Paul Muldoon, who makes a guest appearance.

Independent Venue Week MON 29 JAN – 4 FEB Celebrating the spirit of independence and the culture of live music.

FRI 2 FEB | DOORS 7.30PM This brother/sister Americana duo blend a unique mix of styles and genres.

Dub Pistols SAT 3 FEB | DOORS 7.30PM A riotous blend of ska, dub and hip hop.

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MUSIC

BRITISH SEA POWER

Chris Wood SUN 4 FEB | 8PM Acclaimed songwriter and musician who has won several BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

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THE ESKIES

Exeter Local Records Electric Showcase TUE 13 FEB | DOORS 7.30PM An evening featuring, Catherine and The Owl, Freak By Wire, Pierre Roxon, Rapha Ghetti.

Bet h Orton MON 5 FEB | 8PM

The Eskies

The talented English singer-songwriter known for her folktronica sound.

WED 14 FEB | DOORS 8PM

Exeter Local Records Acoust ic Showcase WED 7 FEB | DOORS 7.30PM A showcase of emerging talent featuring, Velvet & Stone, Fly Yeti Fly, The Mudskippers and Greg Hancock.

Vintage Valent ine’s Ball FRI 16 FEB | DOORS 8PM Cabaret Voltaire’s annual Valentine’s Ball, featuring live music, DJs, cabaret, walkabout acts and a vintage swing theme.

Mo Kenney

Phonic FM 10t h Birt hday

SAT 10 FEB | 8PM

Fea t u ri n g Ta l ism a n

Smooth vocals and fearless lyrics.

SAT 17 FEB | DOORS 8PM

Brit ish Sea Power SAT 10 FEB | DOORS 7.30PM Brighton-based indie rock six-piece hailed as ‘the best band in Britain’ by The Sunday Times.

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Expect a unique brand of folk noir, gypsy jazz and swaggering stage spectacle.

A big line-up of bands and DJs headed by reggae heroes Talisman.

Steve Knight ley WED 28 FEB | 8PM A musical journey with the Show Of Hands frontman and multi-award-winning songwriter.


MUSIC

JAN - APR

Submot ion Orchestra FRI 9 MAR | DOORS 7.30PM Seven-piece genre-defying band fusing dubstep, jazz, soul and electronica.

Mad Dog Mcrea

JO HARMAN

SAT 10 MAR | DOORS 8PM Dance your socks off to a unique mix of folk, pop, gypsy jazz and rock.

Jo Harman THU 1 MAR | 8PM The UK’s finest female soul and blues singer celebrates the release of her latest album.

Field Music SUN 11 MAR | DOORS 7.30PM

Bare Safe FRI 2 MAR | DOORS 9PM

Post-punk indie band touring as a seven-piece, fronted by brothers David and Peter Brewis.

Live acts and DJs from the festival circuit.

Sam Kelly Big Fish Lit t le Fish

SUN 11 MAR | 8PM

SUN 4 MAR | 1.30PM - 4PM

Cornish folk singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Family fun for the post-rave generation of parents.

Pokey LaFarge The Handsome Family

FRI 16 MAR | DOORS 8PM

WED 7 MAR | 8PM

US singer-songwriter creating a new sound with swing, jazz and ragtime blues influences.

Alternative country and dark Americana from this acclaimed husband and wife duo.

Mart in Harley & Daniel Kimbro THU 8 MAR | 8PM Acoustic roots and blues duo bring original compositions and good humoured repartee to the stage.

Dreadzone SAT 17 MAR | DOORS 8PM One of the most energetic and exciting dub reggae bands on the scene

Juan Mart in MON 19 MAR | 8PM The artful master of Spanish flamenco guitar.

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MUSIC

L E E ‘ S C R ATC H ’ P E R R Y

JAN

SOUND OF THE SIRENS

Land Of The Giants

Tankus The Henge

WED 21 MAR | DOORS 8PM

SAT 31 MAR | DOORS 8PM

This funky upbeat band with foot-stomping beats.

Theatrical, funk-filled, gypsy jazz rock and roll. Fun guaranteed!

Palms Trax

Gemfest

FRI 23 MAR | DOORS 10PM

SUN 1 APR | 10AM

Berlin-based electronica producer and DJ.

A jam-packed day of family activities and live music.

Police Dog Hogan SAT 24 MAR | DOORS 8PM Expect high energy roots and harmonies from this eight-piece band.

The Young Uns SUN 25 MAR | 8PM The trio named Best Group at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards two years running.

Turin Brakes THU 29 MAR | DOORS 7PM Folk-influenced pop rockers with sublime harmonies and a brand new album.

Shonen Knife TUE 3 APR | DOORS 8PM Japanese pop punk trio influenced by The Ramones and The Beach Boys.

The Lit t le Unsaid WED 11 APR | 8PM Passionate indie folk led by multi-instrumentalist John Elliott.

Pete L ocket t D ru ms A ro un d T h e Wo r l d THU 12 APR | 8PM A spectacular solo percussion show.

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry FRI 30 MAR | DOORS 7.30PM One of the most enduring and original reggae producers and artists of all time.

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Ferocious Dog FRI 13 APR | DOORS 8PM Folk-infused rock, reggae and Celtic vibrations.


M O N T H LY E V E N T S

The Cuban Brot hers

Café Scient ifique

SAT 14 APR | DOORS 8PM

FIRST MONDAY OF THE MONTH

Get ready for a raw collection of funk and heavy beats.

Explore the latest ideas in science and technology

Nahko and Medicine for t he People

The Last Laugh

THU 19 APR | 8PM The US world music collective fusing various cultural musical influences.

LAST MONDAY OF THE MONTH A slice of Exeter’s open mic comedy scene

Bridge Jazz Club Sound Of The Sirens

FIRST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH

FRI 20 APR | DOORS 8PM

The home of Exeter’s jazz scene

A foot-stomping, crowd-energising female duo.

The Ruf Records Blues Caravan

Taki ng The Mic THIRD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH The have-a-go show for poetry, spoken word and more

SUN 22 APR | DOORS 8PM Music from top USA artists including Bernard Allison.

Tech Exeter FIRST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH

The Rheingans Sisters

Talks, Q&As and networking for anyone working in tech

MON 23 APR | 8PM A brand new album from the BBC Folk Award winners.

Mac ka B SAT 28 APR | DOORS 8PM Leading UK reggae artist, performer and activist.

Eric Bibb SUN 29 APR | 7.30PM The soulful and tender blues singer performs with his band.

NEW Balcony TV: Acoust ica SECOND THURSDAY OF THE MONTH Showcasing emerging talent on Exeter’s music scene

Uncut Poets LAST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH Exeter’s monthly poetry platform


PERFORMANCE

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MARK THOMAS

Simon Persighet t i

Tony Law

Bowi e & Performance Wri t i ng

TUE 30 JAN | 8PM

SAT 13 JAN | 11AM-5PM

Tony is back to spearhead the UK’s alternative comedy scene with his brand new show.

An absorbing day looking at the performance work of The Thin White Duke. The day will feature a performance lecture examining Bowie as a multimedia artist, plus introductory and advanced performance writing sessions, including approaches to collaborative writing.

S h o tgu n T h e a tre

Lit t le Shop Of Horrors MON 15 – THU 18 JAN | 7.30PM Shotgun Theatre, the boldest musical theatre society from the University of Exeter, present the comedy horror musical Little Shop of Horrors.
 A meek and dejected florist’s assistant stumbles upon a strange and interesting new plant. As the plant grows bigger and meaner, he quickly discovers it has an unquenchable thirst for human blood.

This year he’s packing shadow puppetry, trampolining and the Silk Road. Truly a stand alone voice in the world of stand up comedy, stupendously surreal there is nobody quite like this delirious Canadian.

Mark Thomas S how t i m e Fro m T h e Fro n t l in e TUE 6 FEB | 8PM Name the comedian who might say ‘I wonder if I can set up a comedy club… in a refugee camp... in Palestine?’ Of course, it’s Mark Thomas. And that is exactly what he tries to do. Jenin refugee camp is not a place synonymous with laughs, but it is also home to the Jenin Freedom Theatre and to people with a wealth of stories to tell. Funny, moving and necessary, this is a story about being yourself in a place that wants to put you in a box.

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PERFORMANCE

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LEFTY SCUM

TRANSLUNAR PARADISE

Lefty Scum

S po tli gh ts Show Choir

Jos ie Long, Grace Pet ri e Jon ny & The Bapt ist s

A Night At The Musicals

THU 15 FEB | 7.30PM Music! Comedy! Revolutionary socialism! Join us for a riotous evening with three of the UK’s most joyfully rabble-rousing acts. Featuring three-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Josie Long, British Comedy Award & Musical Comedy Award nominees Jonny & The Baptists and acclaimed protest musician Grace Petrie. (NB: Lefty Scum welcomes people of all political persuasions, but we will probably take the mick out of you if you’re a Tory.)

MON 19 & TUE 20 FEB | 7.30PM Fresh from their 5-star, sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Exeter University’s Spotlights Show Choir return for two wild night of musical hits. With songs ranging from the classics like Lion King and Les Misérables, to contemporary favourites like Dear Evan Hansen and Moana, there is something for everyone in this night of fun, spectacle and pizzazz!

Adam Hess & Glenn Moore SUN 25 FEB | 8PM

Andy Zaltzman SUN 18 FEB | 7.30PM Andy Zaltzman is a stand-up comedian, broadcaster and author who has firmly established himself in the vanguard of British comedy with his unique brand of political satire.

A double bill of comedy from Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated Adam Hess and the relentlessly silly Glenn Moore. Expect a high quality of gags-per-minute from these up and coming comedians.

He’s the writer and presenter of the satirical podcast The Bugle which has won him over a worldwide fan-base.

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PERFORMANCE

JOHN ROBINS

Advers e Cambe r

Translunar Paradise

Dreaming The Night Field

Multi award-winning Theatre Ad Infinitum return with their hit show following an international tour that saw them win nine awards. Experience a journey of life, death and enduring love. After his wife passes away, William escapes to a paradise of fantasy and past memories, a place far from the reality of his grief. Returning from beyond the grave, Rose revisits her widowed companion to perform one last act of love: to help him let go.

Iain St irling U o k hun? X SUN 4 MAR | 7.30PM BAFTA-winning comedian Iain Stirling is back after a summer narrating smash hit Love Island and now you can see his actual face on his brand new tour! Join the ‘star of comedy’ as he explores dinner party etiquette, feminism and the pressures on a generation brought up in a world of instant gratification. How has modern living affected our ability to find long-term happiness? Can social media ever reflect real life? And why is the floor lava?

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DREAMING THE NIGHT FIELD

Th eat re Ad I n f i n i tu m

MON 26 FEB | 8PM

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SUN 4 MAR | 7.30PM English and Welsh are artfully woven together to make ancient voices and living landscapes come alive in an exhilarating performance that features one of Wales’ most engaging storytellers alongside exquisitely haunting live music By turns, thrilling, funny, powerful and poetic, this spellbinding new performance vividly evokes the ancient Celtic legend of the Fourth Branch of The Mabinogion.

John Robins The D a rk n e ss O f R o b in s TUE 6 MAR | 8PM Double Chortle Award winning comedian John Robins – one of the most exciting and distinctive voices in comedy – returns reflecting on love, loss and lamenting the fact he can’t break up with himself. The stand-up, vibe magnet and London’s saddest DJ™ would love to promise this won’t be an hour-long yell of a show, but he can’t. He’ll shout, snarl and sneer in his attempts to grapple with life’s fall-outs in what promises to be a pivotal moment in his being. Powerful, angst-ridden comedy at its finest, this is a must-see from one of the UK’s brightest talents..


PERFORMANCE

JAN - APR

DR PHIL HAMMOND

LIVE BEFORE YOU DIE

Testosterone

Byron Vincent & Dave McGinn

TUE 13 MAR | 8PM

Li ve B efo re Yo u D ie

Critically acclaimed Rhum and Clay collaborate with writer and performer Kit Redstone in this comical, coming of age quest for masculine identity in an environment that affords little space to hide.

THU 15 MAR | 8PM

R hu m & C l a y

What’s it like going through adolescence at the age of 33? One year after transgender man Kit receives his first injection of testosterone, he enters a male changing room for the first time. For the other guys this is just another routine moment in at the gym, but for Kit it becomes an urgent search to uncover what it means to be a man.

What do you do when you have a best mate who is so sad he might die? Especially when up until now your friendship has mostly consisted of a mutual appreciation of 90s hip hop, borderline alcoholism and finding creative ways to insult each other. Funny, tragic and shockingly honest, this is a true story of hopelessness and friendship told by two men on a desperate quest for happiness.

Rob Newman Tota l Ec l ip se O f D e sca r te s

Dr Phil Hammond Dr Phil’s Healt h Revolu t i on WED 14 MAR | 8PM Laugh, love, shout and reclaim our NHS! Ditch the market, cherish the carers, fund the frontline, avoid the harm, kill the fear, tell the truth, use the evidence, inspire, collaborate, recover, die gently. Are you in?

TUE 20 MAR | 8PM Rob Newman (stand up legend, best-selling novelist, Radio 4 Sony Award Winner, Wembley Arena, ‘that’s you that is’ etc) attempts to piece together a philosophy for our troubled times by sifting through 3000 years of thought: from Pythagoras to Artificial Intelligence by way of Pavlov’s dogs, Jane Goodall’s chimpanzees and Frankie Howerd’s trousers.

Dr Phil Hammond is an NHS doctor working in chronic fatigue, an investigative journalist for Private Eye, a BBC Radio Bristol presenter, comic and author.

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PERFORMANCE

DR JOHN COOPER CLARKE

Dr John Cooper Clarke

Rob Auton The Ha i r Sh ow

The poet, movie star, rock star, presenter, comedian, social and cultural commentator Dr John Cooper Clarke brings an intimate seated show to Exeter.

THU 5 APR | 8PM

Richard Chappell At The E nd We Beg i n MON 26 MAR | 8PM The company’s dynamic, compelling and first full-length work, using T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets as a point of departure. Each poem is represented with four arresting and emotionally fuelled quartets of dance. Combining Chappell’s distinguishable blend of classical ballet, martial arts, improvisation and contact work with three other highly skilled performers, At The End We Begin dives into each collaborator’s unique and diverse skills. This performance will be accompanied by a Dance Talk from Dance In Devon.

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RICHARD CHAPPELL

THU 22 MAR | 7.30PM

His words have never been so relevant and vibrant, and his latest show is a mix of classic verse, extraordinary new material, hilarious ponderings on modern life, good honest gags, riffs and chat. A chance to witness a living legend at the top of this game.

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A show for anyone who has, or has had, hair and hairs. Award winning stand-up comedian and poet Rob Auton (Dave’s Funniest Joke Of The Fringe award winner, Glastonbury’s ‘Poet In Residence’) returns with another heart-felt and offbeat comedy-theatrespoken word show that explores hair and hairs.

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The Snow Beast SUN 8 APR | 2.30PM & 7.30PM

The Snow Beast is a new collaboration between critically acclaimed theatre company Scratchworks and award-winning writer Jack Dean, in association with the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth. This brand new show will be a captivating collision of storytelling, an original score and live science experiments that will inspire young audiences to engage with the beauty of the unknown and the magic of the everyday. Does The Snow Beast really exist? Can we separate stories from fact, or do they whirl together like snowflakes in a blizzard? The 2.30pm show will be a relaxed performance, open to everyone and suitable for individuals with Autistic Spectrum Conditions.


PERFORMANCE

JAN - APR

THE SNOW BEAST

THE NORTH! THE NORTH!

Andrew O’Neill

Robin Ince

B l ack Magic Happy Hou r

WED 18 APR | 8PM

SUN 8 APR | 8PM

A night about love, death and art (with a little bit of physics). An evening fizzing with ideas about creativity in science and art, as well as asking why we believe we see what we see and why we believe what we believe.

As a founding member of Victorianobsessed punk band The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing, this stand-up comedian, musician and writer has gained a cult following across the stages of music festivals worldwide.

The Hiccup Project

Kid Carpet

I t ’s O ka y, We ’ re D e a l in g W it h I t

MON 9 APR | 11.30AM & 2.30PM Kid Carpet invites families to rock out big time - even if it’s your first gig! Join in with stories, games and songs, play ping pong, help catch a lost sandwich in space and take part in a grand dance contest.

The Surgery SUN 15 APR | 8PM Exeter’s brand new comedy night

The Nort h! The Nort h! TUE 17 APR | 8PM Highly physical storytelling from the writer of Rhum And Clay’s sell-out hit 64 Squares.

TUE 24 APR | 8PM In a culture preoccupied with keeping a stiff upper lip and for everything to always be ‘fine’: how do we deal with difficult things? What happens if we don’t want to deal with them? Sometimes we laugh, sometimes we cry and sometimes we try our best to distract ourselves. But don’t worry: it’s okay, we’re dealing with it. Through their multi award-winning combination of dance, comedy, chat and song, The Hiccup Project unravel their own struggles and vulnerabilities and try to piece together how to cope with them. This performance will be accompanied by a Dance Talk from Dance In Devon.

In 1985, a fissure formed at England’s centre and split the north from the south. In the north, cut off, things began to stir. There, monsters lurk and a reckoning awaits. A dark new myth about Britain, the bad things that happen to us, and the stories we make up in response.

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Simon Bayliss Kangaroo Beach 12 JAN – 18 FEB Simon Bayliss was raised in Devon, after spending his first year in the Bahamas, and is now based in St Ives, Cornwall. His relationship to the Cornish landscape and the sea feature strongly in his work, often exploring conflicting feelings of respect and irreverence for a place that is steeped in proud artistic and cultural history. Kangaroo Beach sees a body of recent works spanning video, ceramics and poetry, which tease out ideas on intersections between the local and the international; traditional crafts and contemporary practice; and queer culture and rural identity. Lending its name to the show, Bayliss’ latest video work Kangaroo Beach is inspired by American poet Mary Reufle’s essay of the same name on the subject of sincerity and irreverence. It features a disconcerting collection of appropriated footage, in which muscular, buck kangaroos suggest an uncanny sense of ‘the other’ whilst also reflecting ideas around macho surf culture, of posturing and body-building, all set to the artist’s own dance music composition. Further works include a series of slipware plates informed by studio pottery and the legacy of Bernard Leach and Michael Cardew, and a collection of text paintings presenting the artist’s short poems inspired by the Japanese form of Haiku and Senryu. simon-bayliss.com

ASSOCIATED EVENTS PREVIEW AND PERFORMANCE: THU 11 JAN | 6 - 8PM ARTIST TALK: SAT 3 FEB | 2.30PM LAST WEDNESDAY SERIES TALK: WED 31 JAN | 5PM

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Young In Hong The Moon’s Trick 1 MAR – 22 APR A solo exhibition by South Korean artist Young In Hong that encompasses drawing, textiles, sound installation and performance to explore processes and ideas around authorship, translation and reinterpretation. Hong’s large-scale hand-and-machine embroidered textile works are based on archival imagery pertaining to moments of collective experience of protest and demonstration in recent Korean history and allude to the politics and economics of the (predominantly female) global textiles industry. Her most recent works reinterpret elements drawn from pre- and post-war photographs as the components of a musical score. Interpreted in turn by the artist and by other musicians, these scores form the basis of new sound works that play within the exhibition space. The exhibition was initiated by Spacex in partnership with Exeter Phoenix and forms part of the Korean Cultural Centre UK’s Korea/UK Season 2017-18, a celebration of the relationship between the UK and Korea which sees cultural events, exhibitions and activities taking place in both countries throughout 2017/18.

ASSOCIATED EVENTS PREVIEW & PERFORMANCE: THU 22 FEB | 6 - 8PM

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ART

JAN

CAFÉ GALLERY

SW Grad Show 12 JAN – 13 FEB An exhibition featuring a selection of work from four South West based recent graduate artists selected from an open call. The selected artists are Wes Gilpin, Carrie Mason, Vesislava Zheleva and Henrietta Spencer.

WES GILPIN

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Elena Brake Incredibly Ordinary 16 FEB – 20 MAR A selection of works that reimagine and enchant everyday experiences through interactive performance, installation and video.

ELENA BRAKE

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Molly Rooke 23 MAR – 24 APR A collection of disrupted examples of tourist culture – such as souvenirs, photographs and postcards – that challenge our long-established ideals of the holiday to produce ulterior messages. molly-rooke.com

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ART

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S I M O N B AY L I S S

WALKWAY GALLERY

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Patrick Jones’ Abstract Art Group

Simon Bayliss

10 JAN – 11 FEB

9 JAN – 3 MAR

An exhibition of work created by Patrick Jones’ weekly Abstract Art Group that celebrates its 20th year.

Alongside his Phoenix Gallery exhibition Kangaroo Beach, Simon Bayliss presents his 2015 neon work Past-Oral, inspired by his interest in notions of Arcadia. It reflects the artist’s on-going exploration of conflicting feelings and problems associated with romanticising the countryside – particularly in contemporary art - as well as the recurring motif of Arcadia within queer film, literature and painting, as a pastoral utopia away from public scrutiny.

Magic Carpet ’s Open Studio Group 13 FEB – 18 MAR This group meets weekly at Exeter Phoenix and offers a safe supported space where their artists can develop their own practice. This exhibition shows work created over the last 6 months.

Past-Oral

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Stitch 20 MAR – 19 APR Stitch is an exhibition of works created by Exeter mothers exploring their experiences of birth. This exhibition is part of The Birth Project, led by Katie Villa and Laura Mugridge.

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C R E AT I V E HUB

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Whether you are already a practicing artist, filmmaker, musician, theatremaker, illustrator, or someone developing their creative skills, we want to meet you and find out how we can support you. Visit our website, get involved on social media or come along to our next Creative Hub Social to find out more.

OPPORTUNITIES

Two Short Nights Film Fest ival CA L L F O R E N T R I E S EARLYBIRD DEADLINE: SAT 31 MAR Submit your entries for Two Short Nights – our annual celebration of all things short film.

Exhibit your Work Opportunities for visual artists are available on an ongoing basis in our Café Gallery, Walkway Gallery and Gallery333.

Apply for a Film Commission DEADLINE: WED 28 FEB Submissions are now open for our 2018 short film and artist moving image commissions. There is over £10,000 of support available in artist fees, training and equipment hire.

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C R E AT I V E HUB

JAN - APR

EncouterTT Creat ive Hub Labs MONTHLY Engaging workshops exploring themes of accessibility, inclusion and trauma.

Teddy Talks FIRST MONDAY OF THE MONTH Interesting talks for interested parents with babies under the age of 1. Come and learn about something new, and don’t worry if your little one cries, dribbles or needs changing. It’s all part of the deal!

EVENTS Creat ive Hub Socials WED 31 JAN | WED 28 MAR Want to find out more about Exeter’s creative scene, talk about new projects, and indulge in a spot of creative networking? Get yourself down to a Creative Hub Social!

Young Singer Songwriter SECOND MONDAY OF THE MONTH 13 - 19 YRS Hone your songwriting and performance skills in these fun and laid-back monthly sessions and perform at special events.

Dance Café Exhibit ion Previews

FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH

Join us at our gallery openings for a glass of wine and a first look at the exhibition. Sign up to our mailing list to find out more.

Dance In Devon provide a monthly chance for local dance artists to meet, share ideas, grab a coffee and say hello.

Film talks and Q&As Our independent cinema Studio 74 hosts regular filmmaker Q&As and in-depth film discussions.

Dance In Devon present Dance Talks MON 26 MAR | TUE 24 APR An opportunity to hear about a local dance practitioner’s work, provoke discussion and provide an opportunity to meet other people with an interest or practice in dance.

Creat ive Business Network FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH We’ve teamed up with The Creative Business Network to offer free drop-in business advice sessions for creatives.

Last Wednesday Series LAST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH (TERM-TIME) A series of artist talks in association with Exeter School of Art.

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C R E AT I V E HUB

Training Interested in learning new software and skills? Find training courses on p29 - 32. We also offer one-to-one or group training from our dedicated team of experienced tutors. Bespoke packages can be tailor-made to suit your individual or company needs, ensuring you get the most out of the day.

Film Product ion and Equipment Hire Got a great idea for a film? We can help you realise it. We have been supporting local filmmakers for more than 16 years. Let us help you turn your ideas into a reality and take the next step in your filmmaking career.

Space Hire and Hot Desking We offer a large range of flexible spaces at competitive prices, whatever your needs. The Macs in our Digital Workshop are equipped with the latest software and are available for individual or group hire.

In te rested in finding ou t more? Contact Alix: digital@exeterphoenix.org.uk | 01392 667055

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VENUE HIRE

P L A N N I N G

YO U R

W E D D I N G ?

Throw a wedding with a difference at Exeter Phoenix! This is your chance to take over our glorious building and design your very own bespoke wedding. Work with an experienced wedding planner and use our creative resources to plan the perfect special day. Mix and match music, theatre, comedy and film entertainment, DJs, street food, pop up bars, photo booths, alternative dĂŠcor or even a silent disco! CO N TACT: W ED D ING S@ E X ETERPHOENIX .ORG.UK

S PAC E

H I R E

From small meetings to large scale conferences, training days and events, Exeter Phoenix provides inspirational spaces at competitiive rates. CO N TACT: A D MIN@EXET E RPHOENIX .ORG.UK

T I C K E T

AG E N C Y

Are you organising a ti c ke te d eve nt? We c an h el p ! Exeter Phoenix is the ticket agency of choice for many venues and festivals throughout the South West. For a small commission we offer a professional and dedicated over the counter and online service from our friendly and centrally located Box Office. CO N TACT: A NNA R UT H .P EELCUSSON@EX ETERPHOENIX .ORG.U K

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CRAFT

COURSES

Th ree We e k C o ur s e

Even i n g Wor k shop s

Sewing Basics: Make A Wrap Apron

Make A Zipped Purse

STARTING FROM: FRI 5 JAN | 6.30PM-8.45PM | £70 (£61) Learn how to create your own handmade apron with Arrietty.

THU 25 JAN | 6.30PM-8.30PM | £28 (£26) THU 19 APR | 6.30PM-8.30PM | £28 (£26) Design and craft a zipped purse in this hands-on workshop with Arrietty.

O n e D a y Wor k shop Th ree We e k C o ur s e s

Introduct ion To Dressmaking: Make Your Own Shift Dress STARTING FROM: SAT 6 JAN | 11AM-4.30PM | £162 (£138)

SAT 27 JAN | 10.30AM-4PM | £53 (£45) Create a special, handmade Valentine’s gift.

Ha lf D a y Wor k shop s

Work with Arrietty to make your very own dress.

Drawing In St itch

Even i n g Wo r k s h o ps

Draw freehand in stitch using colourful embroidery yarn.

Lampshade Making THU THU THU THU

18 JAN | 6.30PM-8.30PM | £28 (£26) 22 FEB | 6.30PM-8.30PM | £28 (£26) 22 MAR | 6.30PM-8.30PM | £28 (£26) 26 APR | 6.30PM-8.30PM | £28 (£26)

Design and create a unique lampshade with Arrietty.

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Make A Valent ine’s Mug

SAT 3 FEB | 10.30AM-1PM | £20 (£17) SAT 14 APR | 10.30AM-1PM | £20 (£17)

Ha lf D a y Wor k shop s

Sculpture From Life SAT 10 FEB | 2PM-4.30PM | £24 (£21) SAT 21 APR | 2PM-4.30PM | £24 (£21) Work from a model to develop your own sculpting style.


CRAFT

COURSES

Fo u r We e k C o u r s e s

Sewing Basics: Make A Wrap Apron STARTING FROM: TUE 20 FEB | 6.30PM-8.30PM | £70 (£61) TUE 17 APR | 6.30PM-8.30PM | £70 (£61) Work with Arrietty to create your own handmade apron.

Two We e k C o ur s e

Natural Fabric Dyeing

SEWING BASICS

STARTING FROM: SUN 4 MAR | 1.30PM-5PM | £28 (£26) Learn how to dye fabric in this hands-on course with Arrietty.

Fo u r We e k C o u r s e

Introduct ion To Dressmaking: Make A Tunic Dress STARTING FROM: WED 7 MAR | 6.30PM-8.45PM | £75 (£65) Discover the basics of dressmaking with Arrietty.

N AT U R A L FA B R I C DY E I N G

O ne D a y Wo r k s h o p

Handmade Books SAT 17 MAR | 10.30AM-4PM | £52 (£44) Learn two contemporary bookbinding styles.

O ne D a y Wo r k s h o p

Tile Making SAT 24 MAR | 10.30AM-4PM | £53 (£45) Explore classic ceramic design and create your own panel of tiles.

HANDMADE BOOKS

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PA I N T I N G & D R AW I N G

COURSES

Fi ve We e k C o u r s e s

F i ve Wee k Cour se

Portraiture

Abstract ing The Landscape

STARTING FROM: MON 8 JAN | 10.30AM-1PM | £118 (£100 MON 19 FEB | 2PM-4.30PM | £118 (£100) MON 16 APR | 10.30AM-1PM | £118 (£100) Explore portraiture techniques and approaches.

STARTING FROM: THU 11 JAN | 10.30AM-1PM | £99 (£84) Explore ideas and techniques for making abstract art.

Ha lf D a y Wor k shop s Fi ve We e k C o u r s e s

Life Drawing STARTING FROM: MON 8 JAN | 2PM-4.30PM | £118 (£100) MON 19 FEB | 10.30AM-1PM | £118 (£100 MON 16 APR | 2PM-4.30PM | £118 (£100) Discover a variety of approaches to life drawing.

Life Drawing SAT 13 JAN | 2PM-4.30PM | £24 (£21) SAT 7 APR | 2PM-4.30PM | £24 (£21) Work from a model and learn the principles of life drawing.

Ha lf D a y Wor k shop s

Experimental Life Drawing Fi ve We e k C o u r s e s

Beginners Drawing STARTING FROM: WED 10 JAN | 10.30AM-1PM | £99 (£84) WED 18 APR | 10.30AM-1PM | £99 (£84) Learn the basics of drawing in this creative introductory course.

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SAT 20 JAN | 10.30AM-1PM | £24 (£21) SAT 3 MAR | 10.30AM-1PM | £24 (£21) Discover experimental approaches to the art of life drawing.


PA I N T I N G & D R AW I N G

COURSES

O ne D a y Wo r k s h o ps

O n e D a y Wor k shop s

Indian Miniature Illustrat ion

Sacred Geometry Design

SAT 27 JAN | 10.30AM-4PM | £48 (£41) SAT 3 MAR | 10.30AM-4PM | £48 (£41) Explore the rich source of traditional indian miniature paintings and create your own illustrations.

SAT 17 FEB | 10.30AM-4PM | £48 (£41) SAT 7 APR | 10.30AM-4PM | £48 (£41 Explore principles of sacred geometry in nature, including how to draw the perfect Golden Ratio.

F i ve Week Cour se O ne D a y Wo r k s h o ps

Mexican Portrait Illustrat ion

Furt her Drawing STARTING FROM: WED 21 FEB | 10.30AM-1PM | £99 (£84)

SAT 10 FEB | 10.30AM-4PM | £48 (£41) SAT 24 MAR | 10.30AM-4PM | £48 (£41)

Learn new approaches and improve your drawing technique

Take inspiration from the colourful world of traditional Mexican art in this inspirational workshop.

F i ve Week Cour se

Experimental Drawing Ha l f Da y Wo r k s h o ps

STARTING FROM:

Drawing Wit h Birds Of Prey

THU 22 FEB | 10.30AM-1PM | £99 (£84)

SAT 17 FEB | 10.30AM-1PM | £35 (£30) SAT 10 MAR | 2PM-4.30PM | £35 (£30) A rare opportunity to get up close and work from a real life bird of prey.

Consider new approaches to life drawing with a diverse range of materials.

Ha lf D a y Wor k shop

Colour Workshop SAT 24 FEB | 2PM-4.30PM | £20 (£17) A practical and creative guide to the colour palettes of artists.

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PA I N T I N G & D R AW I N G

COURSES

O ne D a y Wo r k s h o p

Mandala Illustrat ion SAT 24 FEB | 10.30AM-4PM | £48 (£41) Spend a fun day learning to draw your own Mandalas from scratch. M A N DA L A I L L U S T R AT I O N

Ha l f Da y Wo r k s h o ps

Experimental Drawing SAT 17 MAR | 10.30AM-1PM | £20 (£17) SAT 28 APR | 10.30AM-1PM | £20 (£17) Explore drawing and mark-making techniques using a variety of materials.

O ne D a y Wo r k s h o ps

Experimental Life Drawing MON 20 MAR | 10.30AM-4PM | £53 (£45) MON 26 MAR | 10.30AM-4PM | £53 (£45) Create fascinating art by exploring experimental approaches to drawing from a model.

E X P E R I M E N TA L D R AW I N G

Fi ve We e k C o u r s e

Working Wit h Sketchbooks STARTING FROM: THU 19 APR | 10.30AM-1PM | £99 (£84) Consider the role of the sketchbook in a creative journey.

TILE MAKING

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P H OTO G R A P H Y, FILMMAKING & MEDIA

COURSES

Two Wee k Cour se

Producing For Radio And Podcast Features STARTING FROM: SAT 13 JAN | 10AM - 4PM | £100 (£87.50) Plan and produce a short feature or podcast for broadcast on Phonic FM.

Mo nt h l y G ro u p

O n e D a y Wor k shop

Exeter Phoenix Camera Group

Edit ing

2ND FRIDAY OF THE MONTH 10AM-1PM | £90 FOR 6 SESSIONS

Discover how to professional edit your film footage.

Popular monthly social photography meetup, with training and exhibition opportunities.

O n e D a y Wor k shop

FRI 2 FEB | 10AM-5PM | £60 (£50)

Cinematography S i x We e k C o u r s e s

FRI 2 MAR | 10AM-5PM | £60 (£50)

Photography For Beginners

A practical hands-on course in operating professional film cameras.

STARTING FROM: MON 15 JAN | 10AM-1PM | £120 (£105) MON 12 MAR | 10AM-1PM | £120 (£105)

O n e D a y Wor k shop

A weekly confidence-building beginner photography course.

Scriptwrit ing FRI 9 MAR | 10AM-5PM | £60 (£50) Designed for new and experienced scriptwriters to push their work to a professional level.

Two D a y C o ur s e s

Photography For Beginners STARTING FROM: THU 25 JAN | 10AM-1PM | £140 (£120) THU 22 MAR | 10AM-1PM | £140 (£120) Action-packed fun two day in-depth introduction to Digital SLR Photography.

O n e D a y Wor k shop

Visual Effects FRI 27 APR | 10AM-5PM | £60 (£50) Learn how to bring your films to life with professional animation and effect tools.

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C R E AT I V E

COURSES

BUSINESS SKILLS

£25 PER SESSION 4 SESSIONS FOR £80 8 SESSIONS FOR £150 Ha lf D a y Wor k shop

Creat ive Pinterest Ha l f Da y Wo r k s h o p

THU 8 MAR | 10AM-1PM

Creat ive Blogging

Make the most out of Pinterest’s visual and inspirational appeal to attract customers.

THU 18 JAN | 10AM-1PM Build your creative business through blogging.

Ha l f Da y Wo r k s h o p

Creat ive Twit ter TUE 30 JAN | 10AM-1PM Learn creative skills to help build your business using Twitter.

Ha l f Da y Wo r k s h o p

Creat ive E-Market ing THU 8 FEB | 10AM-1PM Learn to develop an effective customer base through e-marketing.

Ha lf D a y Wor k shop

Creat ive Blogging: Next Steps TUE 20 MAR | 10AM-1PM Take your blogging to the next level in this intermediate session.

Ha lf D a y Wor k shop

Selling Through Online Marketplaces TUE 17 APR | 10AM-1PM Start selling your products with online marketplaces.

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Creat ive Instagram

Planni ng and Scheduling Your Social Media

TUE 20 FEB | 10AM-1PM

THU 26 APR | 10AM-1PM

Use Instagram as an effective form of digital marketing

Learn to plan and schedule your creative social media content.


C R E AT I V E

COURSES

BUSINESS SKILLS

Fo u r We e k C o ur s e

O n e D a y Wor k shop

Creat ive Writ ing

Design a Visual CV

STARTING FROM: TUE 23 JAN | 6PM-8PM | £70 (£60)

WED 21 FEB | 10AM - 5PM | £60 (£50)

Intermediate evening classes for anyone looking to improve their novel, play or story writing skills.

Creatively present your CV as a visual pack of postcards.

O n e D a y Wor k shop O ne D a y Wo r k s h o p

Writ ing For Business Use SUN 28 JAN | 11AM-5PM | £60 (£50) Learn creative skills for writing and delivering speeches and presentations.

Copy Writ ing SAT 3 MAR | 10AM - 5PM | £60 (£50) Improve your skills in generating creative and engaging copy for use in print or online.

Two D a y Wor k shop Two D a y Wo r k s h o p

Design For Print

Brand Ident ity

TUE 13 - 14 MAR | 10AM - 5PM | £120 (£105)

TUE 30 - 31 JAN | 10AM - 5PM | £120 (£105)

An in-depth introduction to the printing process.

Create your own brand identity from scratch..

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C R E AT I V E

COURSES

S O F T WA R E TRAINING

O ne D a y C o ur s e s

Two D a y Cour se s

Adobe Lightroom

Wordpress

FRI 19 JAN | 10AM-5PM | £70 (£60) FRI 16 MAR | 10AM-5PM | £70 (£60)

STARTING FROM: THU 22 FEB | 10AM-5PM | £140 (£120) THU 19 APR | 10AM-5PM | £140 (£120)

Learn how to organise, edit and share your photography with Adobe Lightroom.

An intensive introduction to creating a new website using powerful, user-friendly software.

Two Da y C o ur s e s

Adobe InDesign STARTING FROM: TUE 23 JAN | 10AM-5PM | £140 (£120) TUE 20 MAR | 10AM-5PM | £140 (£120) Take control of the design and style of your products with this two day introduction to InDesign.

Two Da y C o ur s e s

Adobe Photoshop STARTING FROM: TUE 6 FEB | 10AM-5PM | £140 (£120) An in-depth introduction to professional image manipulation software Adobe Photoshop.

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Two D a y Cour se s

Adobe Illustrator STARTING FROM: MON 26 FEB | 10AM-5PM | £140 (£120) TUE 24 APR | 10AM-5PM | £140 (£120) This introductory course will give you basic skills to start making your own logos, icons and typography.


YOUNG PEOPLE

Mo nt h l y (te r m - ti m e )

Young Singer Songwriter SECOND MONDAY OF THE MONTH AGES 13 - 19 Hone your songwriting and performance skills in these fun and laid-back monthly sessions and perform at special events. Two D a y Cour se Week ly (te r m - ti m e )

Freefall THURSDAYS | 6PM - 8PM | AGES 13 - 16 Get involved in exciting projects with our weekly youth arts group.

S i x We e k C o u r s e s

Young & Anima ted Plus STARTING FROM: TUE 9 JAN | 6PM-7.30PM | £75 TUE 6 MAR | 6PM-7.30PM | £75 (£15 PER SESSION) | AGES 13 -16

Brickfilm:

L e g o A n im a t io n

STARTING FROM: THU 15 FEB | 10AM-4PM | £80 | AGES 8-13 Use stop motion animation techniques to design, plan and shoot a short film using your favourite figures from home.

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2D Cut-Out Animat ion: Ea s ter Ca rd s TUE 3 APR | 10AM-12.30PM | £15 | AGES 7-11 TUE 3 APR | 1.30PM-4PM | £15 | AGES 11-14

These sessions are designed to teach more advanced animation skills and techniques.

Use 2D cut out animation to bring to life your very own digital Easter card.

S i x We e k C o u r s e s

Two Ho u r Wor k shop s

Young & Anima ted Saturday Club

Coding For Kids:

STARTING FROM: SAT 13 JAN | 10AM-1PM | £90 SAT 10 MAR | 10AM-1PM | £90 (£20 PER SESSION) | AGES 8 -13

WED 4 APR | 10.30AM | £12 | AGES 8-14 WED 4 APR | 1.30PM | £12 | AGES 8-14

Popular Saturday morning beginner group for young people looking to learn stop animation.

P a per Ea ste r A n im a l s

Use your art skills, basic electronics and coding to make animals come to life.

Two D a y Couse

Film School Extra: Two H o u r Wo r k s h o ps

Coding For Kids: 3 D Design & Print in g TUE 13 FEB | 10.30AM | | £12 | AGES 8-14 TUE 13 FEB | 1.30PM | £12 | AGES 8-14 Design and print your own illuminated 3D model!

Cla s s i c H e ro e s & V il l ia n s STARTING FROM: MON 9 APR | 10AM-4PM | £80 | AGES 10-15 Transform into your favourite characters from classic films. Whether you prefer Dracula, Mary Poppins or even secret agent 007!

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PARTNERS

Double Elephant Print Workshop has been supporting artists in the South West for 21 years. Based in our professional studio at Exeter Phoenix we offer: •

Courses in a range of fine art printmaking processes, suitable for complete beginners to professional artists.

Creative space and high-quality resources for professional and semi-professional artists.

Outreach and special projects for all ages and abilities, delivered in a range of settings including education, community and health venues.

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