Both Visual Arts South West (VASW) and the Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands (CVAN EM) are currently looking for Steering Group members.Read More
It was announced yesterday that alias (Artist-Led Initiative Advisory Service) is to close due to funding difficulties. The organisation has supported countless artists across the South West over 18 years.Read More
Visual Arts South West is currently seeking an artist for their Steering Group to support and steer the direction and development of its programme. They wish to balance the diversity of the Steering Group and are specifically looking for an artist.Read More
Visual Arts South West (VASW) are offering a critical writing commission to report on the Plymouth Art Weekender.Read More
Visual Arts South West seeks a highly motivated and experienced professional with excellent knowledge of the visual arts is sought to work with the visual arts sector across the South West region.Read More
Find out about the six winners of the inaugural New Opportunities Award, which aims to create innovative partnerships for organisations in the heritage sector as well as new ways of working for artists.Read More
Grace Davies of Visual Arts South West talks about the findings of research undertaken between August 2012 and March 2014, to explore and evaluate quality of experience in contemporary visual arts exhibitions.Read More
A one off opportunity to experience the wealth of visual arts activity in Weymouth & Portland this summer and develop new conversations and collaborations on the way in a selected tour of the Cultural Olympiad Visual Arts exhibits and events.
Wednesday 1 August 2012, meet 11.15am Weymouth Railway Station (finish approx. 6pm)
Photo: Max McClure
Presented by Visual Arts South West, a member of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network, the coach tour will comprise visits to SW's Artists Taking the Lead project 'Nowhereisland' by Max McClure; a selection from b-side multimedia festival including weird & wonderful mis-guided walking tours, film screenings and artist talks; 'Boat Project' from the South East, a trip to Portland Bill for an exploration of science and art through one of ExLab's commissioned projects; and opportunities for discussion with artists, curators, producers and directors of arts organisations in the region.
The tour is free, but booking is required as places are limited. For more information and to book you place, please follow this link: www.weymoutharttour.eventbrite.com