Category Archives: education

Art goes digital for young people in Devon

Young people in Devon will be working with professional artists to explore new innovations in digital media. Daisi is celebrating its success in receiving an Arts Council England Grants for the Arts award for the project, Art Machina. With the

Art goes digital for young people in Devon

Young people in Devon will be working with professional artists to explore new innovations in digital media. Daisi is celebrating its success in receiving an Arts Council England Grants for the Arts award for the project, Art Machina. With the

Immersive arts for disabled people in Devon

  Disabled people from Devon will be able to take part in multi-media arts experiences as part of a new project run by CEDA. Working with more than ten artists over two years, Total Immersion will use sound, space and

Immersive arts for disabled people in Devon

  Disabled people from Devon will be able to take part in multi-media arts experiences as part of a new project run by CEDA. Working with more than ten artists over two years, Total Immersion will use sound, space and

Stellar line up of authors for Exeter’s festival of writing for children

Michael Morpurgo, Andy Stanton, Francesca Simon and Darren Shan will be amongst the line up of top children’s authors taking part in Exeter’s festival of writing for and by young people during the October half term. exetreme imagination takes place

Stellar line up of authors for Exeter’s festival of writing for children

Michael Morpurgo, Andy Stanton, Francesca Simon and Darren Shan will be amongst the line up of top children’s authors taking part in Exeter’s festival of writing for and by young people during the October half term. exetreme imagination takes place

Contemporary art exhibition encourages debate

Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery is encouraging debate about contemporary art with its latest exhibition. The art of Gilbert & George explores important contemporary issues such as racial tension, politics, religion, sex and violence. Although Gilbert and

Contemporary art exhibition encourages debate

Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery is encouraging debate about contemporary art with its latest exhibition. The art of Gilbert & George explores important contemporary issues such as racial tension, politics, religion, sex and violence. Although Gilbert and

Woodchuck. Photo Jim WIleman

Young children learn complex musical rhythms with new teaching method

Children at Cockwood Primary School, Devon are learning musical rhythms which experienced musicians can find tricky. The lessons are part of a trial using a revolutionary way of learning music devised by a researcher at Exeter University. The teaching is

Woodchuck. Photo Jim WIleman

Young children learn complex musical rhythms with new teaching method

Children at Cockwood Primary School, Devon are learning musical rhythms which experienced musicians can find tricky. The lessons are part of a trial using a revolutionary way of learning music devised by a researcher at Exeter University. The teaching is