Free, all welcome
Studio 74 at Exeter Pheonix

Plymouth-based artists LOW PROFILE (Hannah Rose & Rachel Dobbs) will discuss their collaborative practice, which spans a variety of performance, gallery exhibitions, books, videos, sculpture, text works, sound works and large-scale participatory projects.

Their work is well known in Exeter through their giant text work Never Give Up, which spanned the front of Exeter Phoenix’s building in 2013 with a positive yet defiant message.

This talk is presented in partnership between Spacex and Exeter Phoenix.

17 October 2017

6pm,
£3.50 (booking recommended)
free to Exeter School Of Art students

Join internationally acclaimed artist Tania Kovats as she discusses her practice and the development of her recent commission for Exeter’s River Valley Park.

Tania is renowned for producing sculptures, large-scale installations, drawings and temporal works which explore our experience and understanding of landscape – with a particular recent focus on rivers and oceans of the world.

Presented in partnership between Spacex and Exeter Phoenix.

17 October 2017

12:00–15:00,
Younghayes Community Centre

Cranbrook Potluck and Incredible Edible Cranbrook is working with Anne-Marie Culhane and Spacex to create a Seedbox for Cranbrook. The seeds will be available for free for people to use in the coming year for food growing and to encourage wildlife.

If you have any seeds you have saved or would like to share or would like to plant, or have anyone in your family that saves seeds please get in touch with Cate Barlemoor catebarle@mail.com , contact the Potluck Facebook site or come along to the Cranbrook Potluck on 29 October.

 

17 October 2017

10-1pm / free / Younghayes Community Centre and The Country Park, Cranbrook

Join photographer Jessica Lennan & Cranbrook Country Park Ranger Emma Jones on a guided walk and workshop. We’ll collect some plant specimens, then create ‘cyanotypes’ using a simple photographic process that creates beautiful blue and white prints.

You’ll take home a print highlighting the delicate structures of the plants, and contribute to a community artwork.

Meet at The Younghayes Centre, EX5 7DR, 10am

Places are limited. Please book by email:
mail@spacex.org.uk or
text: 07891462902

All ages welcome! The workshop is suitable for children, but they must be accompanied by an adult.

Refreshments will be provided.

21 September 2017

1-4pm / free / drop-in

Have fun playing Flikkin, a newly invented wooden board game by artist Holly Knowles. Holly has take the same approach in developing the new game as he would towards his drawing practice of using rules and algorithms to create a framework which partly lead to the development of this new game.

This event is part of Makers of the Multiverse, a temporary public artwork by Juneau projects who have built a pavilion and invited local artists and makers to stock it with affordable art and run events. The Pavilion, commissioned by Spacex, can be found next to The Boat Shed at Haven Banks.

 

12 May 2017

11am-4pm / free / drop-in

Watch painter Jo Mortimer at work as the painting develops you’ll get also be in with a chance of winning it!

This event is part of Makers of the Multiverse, a temporary public artwork by Juneau projects who have built a pavilion and invited local artists and makers to stock it with affordable art and run events. The Pavilion, commissioned by Spacex, can be found next to The Boat Shed at Haven Banks.

12 May 2017

£6/ Booking essential / 11am-12.30pm

Take a boat trip with a difference. Cruise down the Exeter canal whilst also taking part in an art workshop led by Ben and Phil of Juneau Projects.

This event is part of Makers of the Multiverse, a temporary public artwork by Juneau projects who have built a pavilion and invited local artists and makers to stock it with affordable art and run events. The Pavilion, commissioned by Spacex, can be found next to The Boat Shed at Haven Banks.

12 May 2017

Donation for materials / 7-9pm / all welcome

Learn some folds with Caroline Preston, whose origami creations have been featured in Vogue and exhibited internationally. Using Japanese origami paper ‘washi’ Caroline will teach you different origami folds.

In her own work, Caroline also creates her own patterned ‘washi’ through drawing, painting, printmaking, Photoshop and by adding gold leaf to her designs to make them even more unique.

This event is part of Makers of the Multiverse, a temporary public artwork by Juneau projects who have built a pavilion and invited local artists and makers to stock it with affordable art and run events. The Pavilion, commissioned by Spacex, can be found next to The Boat Shed at Haven Banks.

12 May 2017

Free / Booking Essential / 6:30-8.30pm

Lead by Charlotte Collyer from the Exeter FabLab at Exeter Library. Charlotte will be talking about intellectual property rights and how artists and crafters might look at strengthening and protecting their creative products and craft, covering traditional and digital objects. This will include an introduction to the small-scale workshop based in Exeter Library, FabLab offers digital fabrication and open access, as a not-for-profit, community resource where anybody can invent and make through an evolving array of computer controlled machines. Including an introduction to Exeter’s Fab Lab by Suzanne Ross.

This event is part of Makers of the Multiverse, a temporary public artwork by Juneau projects who have built a pavilion and invited local artists and makers to stock it with affordable art and run events. The Pavilion, commissioned by Spacex, can be found next to The Boat Shed at Haven Banks.

12 May 2017

free / 1-3pm / drop-in

Join Bristol based ceramics artists Sarah Wilton to learn different techniques to decorate ceramics.

This event is part of Makers of the Multiverse, a temporary public artwork by Juneau projects who have built a pavilion and invited local artists and makers to stock it with affordable art and run events. The Pavilion, commissioned by Spacex, can be found next to The Boat Shed at Haven Banks.

12 May 2017