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The Preston Street Union Random Art Machine

Collaborative works of art created live following randomly generated instructions

Sat 13 May
Sun 14 May
Thu 18 May
Fri 19 May
Sat 20 May
Sun 21 May

Variable opening times between 13th and 21st of May – please consult Preston Street Union’s Facebook page to plan your visit.

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Stretch: Sophia Clist with Nick Burge

An interactive artwork for all ages

Mon 15 May
Tue 16 May
Wed 17 May
Thu 18 May
Fri 19 May

Additional evening opening: Tue 16 May, 6.30pm–8pm. Performance event: Wed 17 May, 7:45pm. Free entry to the Cathedral if you quote ‘Art Week Exeter’ or show your AWE programme booklet. Please consider a donation to Exeter Cathedral to continue the work and upkeep of this magnificent building.

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Sister City

The second Sister, Sister exhibition presenting on-going projects and resolutions.

Sat 13 May
Sun 14 May
Fri 19 May
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Sun 21 May

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Pools of Colour

An interractive installation about Exeter's ponds, pools and puddles!

Sat 13 May
Sun 14 May
Mon 15 May
Tue 16 May
Wed 17 May
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Fri 19 May
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Sun 21 May

Please contact the Glorious Art House on 01392 490060 for more detailed information about the opening times.

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Elizabeth Jardine

Waterline: New work drawing from 25 Dartmoor rivers.

Sat 13 May
Sun 14 May

15th -19th by appointment

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Cedar Lewisohn: Ndungu, Isca

A solo exhibition spanning printmaking, drawing, video and bookworks.

Sat 13 May
Mon 15 May
Tue 16 May
Wed 17 May
Thu 18 May
Fri 19 May
Sat 20 May

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Alysa Freeman & Catherine Cartwright

Printmaker and Jeweller: contemporary practice in progress

Sat 13 May
Sun 14 May

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Winnie Chan

Work about social content, nature, capitalism and the ecological technosphere.

Sat 13 May
Sun 14 May
Thu 18 May
Fri 19 May
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Sun 21 May

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Floating Waste

Interactive exhibition and talks by three women reducing the impact of marine waste.

Fri 19 May

Exhibition open from 1400. Talks and interactive sessions from 1700-1800.

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