This page will be updated with amendments to the information in AWE’s printed programme throughout the festival. Corresponding listings on the website will be updated too.
Stretch will host a special evening performance event at Exeter Cathedral on Wednesday 17 May, 7:45pm.
We’re pleased to welcome Kurt Jackson and the Lympstone Manor Artists to AWE’s programme. They will be exhibiting at Lympstone Manor Hotel until early June.
The Crafty Shed craft fair will now take place on Piazza Terracina alongside the Art Market (not in the Transit Shed as stated on p13 in AWE’s printed programme).
The talks accompanying Floating Waste at the Boat Shed will take place on Friday 19 May (not Thursday 18 May as stated on p17 of the printed programme).
Patrick Hough, who was due to be taking part in a Q&A for the Jerwood/FVU screening at Exeter Phoenix on Wednesday 17 May is no longer able to attend. Instead Exeter Phoenix will host a Q&A from 2016 award recipient Karen Kramer. They will now be screening four films (the two 2016 winners plus the two 2017 winners), running time 110mins.
‘Power to Create: the Value of Creative Community’, the RSA talk at Exeter Library will now take place on Friday 19 May (not Thursday 18 May as stated on p17 of AWE’s printed programme).
Regrettably, the exhibition by Alfie Kungu at Exeter Phoenix has been cancelled. Corinna Spencer: Strange and Romantic will now take place in Exeter Phoenix’s Café Bar gallery during AWE.
Andrew R B Simpson’s exhibition will now take place at St Sidwell’s Community Centre (not St Anne’s Chapel as stated on p20 of AWE’s printed programme).