Every new album from Dar Williams represents her thoughts and feelings about both her own life and larger forces in the world. It’s a cliche that the personal is the political, but for Dar Williams, there really is no separating her life from her worldview. Create your own animal motifs using basic carving techniques in cinder block, inspired by objects featuring in the exhibition.
All tools (handsaws, surforms and files) and health and safety equipment (dust masks and goggles) will be provided.
Non-participating adults are advised to stay (for free) to assist any participating children who are too young to work independently with tools. Part of a series of hands-on workshops and activities exploring the themes in Sean Lynch’s current exhibition The Weight of The World. Workshops are organised by Exeter Phoenix in partnership with Spacex and supported by the Henry Moore Foundation, Arts Council England, Exeter City Council and the Foyle Foundation. Written and directed by actor Don Cheadle in his directorial debut, Miles Ahead is a free-form biopic of undisputed jazz great Miles Davis.
Eschewing a traditional structure, Cheadle instead opts to imaginatively inhabit Davis as a created character and persona: giving a brilliant performance, full of attitude, as he explores both the man and the myth.
Utilising flashbacks and a loose, improvisatory style (akin to jazz itself) Cheadle effortlessly evokes the period as well as his subject's proud, neurotic swagger and turbulent life as he recounts his exploits to Rolling Stone reporter Dave Braden (Ewan McGregor).
One of 9 Sampler Days across the UK, this event is an opportunity for young musicians aged 14 – 18 to attend creative workshops with a team of professional folk artists, with selected musicians going on to the London finals for Youth Folk Ensemble membership.
Led by the Ensemble’s Artistic Director, BBC Radio 2’s Folk Musician of the Year 2015 Sam Sweeney, each Sampler Day will include creative workshops with a team of professional folk artists, individual auditions, and a question and answer session with Ensemble staff. Land of the Giants are a funky upbeat, highly addictive six piece band from Plymouth in Devon, UK. They are renowned for their extraordinary energy on stage, and causing non-stop all out partying on dance floors and in fields around the UK, with this reputation they are becoming a firm festival favourite. 2013 saw them grace the stages of Glastonbury, Lemonfest, Maker, Looe Music Festival, Bris Fest, and Landed in Wales plus many more. Land of the Giants have gained national airplay from Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music and BBC Introducing with their distinctive sound and original music. On their annual summer camp holiday, four misfit kids suspect that the park's mascot has been murdered! Filmed on the Dorset coast and staring Bonnie Wright (Harry Potter's Ginny Weasley) Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg? is a film full of comedy, action and intrigue that takes place on Dorset’s stunning Jurassic coastline, and the gang learn the importance of true friendship along the way.
Perfect for beginners and those returning to drawing, this course covers a variety of technical and expressive approaches to life drawing while offering an insight into their uses in art history and contemporary art. Sarah is a practising ceramics and fine artist and has been teaching at Exeter Phoenix for 3 years.
Sarah focuses on learning ‘ways to see’, that are key for expressing the world of form around us, and on sharing skills and techniques in an informal atmosphere, which bring out the best creative ideas. As a passionate Art Educationalist Nicci Wonnacott has taught Degree Level Fine Art and has a wealth of experience working with all abilities from beginners to established artists. Explore ideas and techniques for making abstract art using colour and composition inspired by your favourite photos, sketches and memories of the landscape. As a passionate Art Educationalist Nicci has taught Degree Level Fine Art and has a wealth of experience working with all abilities from beginners to established artists. Experiment with drawing and mark-making techniques using a variety of materials to unlock your creative potential. Learn to look at film in a new way through this fundamentals course, providing you with the knowledge and tools to deconstruct the deeper levels of cinema analysis. Each week we will explore a key fundamental area of film though dedicated Studio 74 screenings, group discussions and visual theory. Sally is passionate about film and has been teaching Film Studies locally, for 10 years at both college and degree level. In 2014 – after sixteen years and nine albums as songwriter-performer-producer with Tracey Thorn in best-selling duo Everything But The Girl, a further ten at the helm of his award-winning electronic label Buzzin’ Fly, a DJ residency on BBC 6Music, and two prize-nominated books – Ben Wattreturned to his roots as a solo singer and songwriter. Level 2: For this course you will need to be able to use a sewing machine independently to join this course. Lesley Strath is a professional seamstress with many years’ experience, making and designing bespoke wedding dresses. In week two, you will need to provide your own fabric – which will be explained in week one. Whether you would like to use your own sewing machine, or if you would like to use one of ours. Combining documentary, animation, dramatic narratives and experimental forms, this stunning collection allows Asian culture to find a voice on international screens. As a husband and wife spend their ordinary days together, their love has grown a little cold.
A young teacher must overcome his fear of speaking in public to truly become the teacher he wants to be and find the joy and warmth in his work. Tay is a teenage ladyboy, or “kathoey” which is a relatively well-tolerated transgender group in Thailand. Ben Rivers’ work captures human interactions with remote landscapes and far off places, often referencing cinematic genres and iconography. During this four week course you will learn the basics of how to machine sew and make your own apron. You will need to bring your own fabric in week 2, all information about the amount and type of fabric will be given in week 1.
Lesley Strath is a professional seamstress with many years experience, making and designing bespoke wedding dresses. In 1931, at the height of his artistic powers, Soviet filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein travels to Mexico to shoot a new film to be titled Que Viva Mexico.
Peter Greenaway’s film explores the mind of a creative genius facing the desires and fears of love, sex and death through ten passionate days that helped shape the rest of the career of one of the greatest masters of cinema. Known as ‘the original bad girl of Rock ‘n’ Roll’, Ronnie Spector celebrates a career spanning more than 50 years with a special tour singing all the hits.

The embodiment of the heart, soul and passion of female rock ‘n’ roll, Ronnie rose to fame in the 1960s as the lead singer of The Ronettes. With her powerful trademark vocals and gutsy attitude, Ronnie still holds the wondrous aura that first caught the public imagination and this is a fantastic opportunity to see a pop culture icon doing what she does best. Having honed his skills as a junglist Ed Solo began ducking and diving through every style of broken beat going, making his mark as one of the UK's finest exponents of breakbeat and drum and bass. Draw on the rich sourse of traditional Indian miniature paintings to create individual paintings on paper.
Sally has studied traditional forms of art for some time and has specialised in particular painting processes from the southern hemisphere. Follow up a day spent at the city’s annual celebration of diversity with a night of world music, bands and DJs.
Releasing two BBC backed singles, they have since supported Honne, The Dunwells and Karima Francis and been featured on national radio. Earworms specialise in live music concerts for families with primary school aged children to enjoy together. Three leading lights of British folk regroup as a new trio made up of guitar hero Martin Simpson, singer and fiddle-player Nancy Kerr and squeezebox star Andy Cutting (BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Musician Of The Year).
Murmurs was recorded in January this year and captures all the excitement of three master musicians having musical fun together. Taking the Mic returns for another evening of have-a-go magic, hosted by performance poets Morwenna Griffiths and Tim King. Poetry is the mainstay of our show but we also welcome comedy, philosophy, theatrical acts and singer-songwriters. Thanks again to everyone for your continued support, for providing a welcoming and supportive atmosphere where ideas can run wild and for the fabulous creativity and enthusiasm you always bring. Hannah: Buddhism’s Untold Story tells of an amazing and unique Woman who had the strength to be an example at a time when women’s roles were changing. From her idealistic roots in 1960’s Copenhagen to the hippie trail in Nepal, Hannah and her husband Ole became two of the first Western students of His Holiness the 16th Karmapa – the first consciously reincarnated lama of Tibet in 1110. Traveling through India, Nepal, the Far East and Europe this documentary expresses the vibrancy and freedom of Hannah and Ole’s work and explores the depth of what it means to live the Buddhist teachings in modern society. Erguven’s debut film is a powerful portrait of female empowerment worthy of its Oscar nomination. Whether you are new to editing or need to refresh your skills this one-day workshop will change the way you approach post-production and help you edit like a pro.
Starting with basic video editing techniques and working all the way up to Final Cut Pro's powerful advanced features, you will work with media to learn the practical techniques used daily in editing projects. Feel free to bring your own camera and content to see how what you learn relates to your own projects. All attendees of this class get 10% off all food and hot drinks at our Cafe Bar on the workshop day. One of the world's best known reggae soundsystems, bringing their full set-up for five hours of dub reggae, rocksteady and ska.
Modernism – a desire to reject styles of the past; not interested in pure representation but instead concerning itself with the new and the conceptual. In the morning session we will consider slides from key Modernist artists from it's origins and throughout the twentieth century. After lunch we will work in the studio to create a reaction to the mornings seminar, working in drawings, painting and mixed media.
Molly can seem at times to be a normal young woman, especially when watching her two young nephews.
Strap in and prepare to experience the simmering chaos of the comedy game-show, Bogan Bingo.
Expect emotions to run high and dreams made right before your eyes in this high octane, 5 star, sell out smash hit show.
Plus the boys step it up a notch after the last ball drops with their Shitty Disco - an 80s and 90s DJ set of classics guaranteed to set the dance floor alight.
Cabaret seating, with tables of up to 8 people, so bring your friends and take advantage of our group ticket offer.
Witterquick's sound combines the intensity of punk-rock, and the feel of the 70’s and 80’s stadium greats, with the melody of a pop band. Their first tour amassed faithful fans everywhere they went, as well as some places they hadn’t yet visited (namely the birth of the Witterquick Italia fan club from Italy, who call themselves the QUICK ARMY). But her ninth studio record, Emerald, marks a particularly dramatic confluence between her experiences and broader contemporary culture—and what it means to be a songwriter at this moment in history. And in the face of a shifting world, she is more aware than ever of the power this approach can create.
He doesn't flinch at covering the musician and singer's notoriety for either his near-fatal heroin addiction or his violence against women; but also details moments of pioneering genius in Davis' creation of the sound of 'cool jazz'.
To register for the Exeter Sampler Day, musicians have to be aged between 14 and 18 on 1 September 2016, live in England, be able to play confidently on any instrument and have an interest in folk music. Their music fuses many musical styles, from rock to reggae, ska to blues, with a sub heavy helping of dub in the mix. They were billed on the main stage at Boardmasters warming up for Basement Jaxx, The Vaccines, and Ben Howard, and have opened shows for The Levellers, Roots Manuva, and Neville Staple. They will be embarking on a national tour in March 2014 following the release of their Live Album & DVD. Observation of human and natural form (in both 2D and 3D media) has remained central to her interests. This workshop is suitable for all levels of ability and will also offer an insight into art history and contemporary art.
Her work crosses over many art forms enabling her to teach a broad range of Art and Design subjects. This fun and surprising workshop is suitable for all levels of ability and will also offer an insight into art history and contemporary art. The four week course will explore; mise en scene, editing techniques, cinematography and framing and finally the effect of sound on audiences.

If you are not confident using a machine please look at the suitability of our Sewing Basics course. Studio 74 is proud to be a host venue to showcase this award winning, diverse collection of shorts from Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Korea and Taiwan. Now 38, he finds himself needing to make a pivotal decision, should he continue serving in the army or leave and face the harsh reality of life outside. These are males who take on traditional female roles, and some describe them as the “third gender”. Since Phoebe has a rare blood type and the possibilities of death while laboring are quite high, the doctors recommend abortion. This programme of films features the recent There Is a Happy Land Further Awaay [sic] (2015) and Things (2014), alongside two shorter early works, The Coming Race (2007) and A World Rattled of Habit (2008). He studied Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art, initially in the sculpture department before moving into photography and super-8 filmmaking.
Often filming people who have in some way separated themselves from society, Rivers uses this raw footage as a starting point to construct oblique narratives that imagine alternative existences in marginal worlds. You will be shown how to work with a basic pattern (which will be provided) and guided through the construction step by step. Freshly rejected by Hollywood and under increasing pressure to return to Stalinist Russia, Eisenstein arrives at the city of Guanajuato.
Boasting the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton and The Yardbirds as their opening acts, the group’s hits featured some of the best-loved recordings in music history, including Be My Baby and Walking in the Rain.
A chance for practitioners and enthusiasts across all artforms to network, share project ideas or to simply find out what’s going on in the city. Using gouache paint with Indian brushes you will be guided through every stage of the process. She has adapted the traditional methods, using more easily accessible materials, and specialist materials will be provided. They have spent the last year stamping their unique take on modern pop music, combining powerful harmonies and hooks with grit and organic song craft. They recently released their highly anticipated debut EP When The Lights Went Out at a sell out gig at 360 Club, Leeds. It’s a collection of songs that communicate to the listener a sense of bonded musicianship, a real feeling and empathy for each others’ playing and a collective love and innate understanding of the music. Unique in the depth of her understanding Hannah and her husband devoted their life to establishing Tibetan Buddhism around the world. Hannah went on to become an assistant and translator for some of the most powerful Tibetan lamas and a bridge between Buddhism in the East and the West. Discover how to navigate your way around the tools, organise your projects and learn the fundamentals of inputting and outputting your content.
Abstract thought process through the use of  experimentation in forms, materials and techniques in order to create artworks that better reflected modern society. We will discuss and reflect on these artists, and consider what it is about the modernism that means something to you – be it colour, pattern or form.
At other times she drifts off into a world where she is obsessed with imagining the gruesome death of men. An undeniably unique night of entertainment mixing classic 80s anthems, huge prizes, appalling choreography and some passionate bingo callers, all tentatively held together by an eye watering version of the classic game of bingo.
They are establishing their new blood status following their popular self-release of singles Soldiers and Fade Out, and a sold out UK tour with fellow rockers Nothing But Thieves. 1 debut – met with wide acclaim at home and abroad for its eloquent lyrics and stripped-back aesthetic and pipped Anna Calvi and Blood Orange to win Best ‘Difficult’ Second Album at AIM Independent Music Awards 2014. He knows that if he continues serving, his past injuries limits his roles in the army to administrative positions, something he loathes.
Since completing his degree, he has worked mainly with hand-processed 16mm film and is largely self-taught in this regard. He recently curated the exhibition Edgelands (2015) at Camden Arts Centre and is currently a Radcliffe Fellow at Harvard University.
Chaperoned by his guide Palomino Canedo, he vulnerably experiences the ties between Eros and Thanatos, sex and death, happy to create their effects in cinema, troubled to suffer them in life. The Ronettes were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in March 2007 and Ronnie herself was recognised for her contribution to American popular music when she was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame in 2004.
Recorded with award-winning producer Andy Bell, the combination of traditional songs, such as Fair Rosamund and a stunning Plains of Waterloo, and original compositions, including Dark Swift and Not Even The Ground makes for a compelling listening experience; stories are told with instruments played by these masters of their respective crafts, but this is no showcase, more an expression of the joy of playing and singing between three absolutely intuitive musicians. Though their games are merely innocent fun, a neighbor passes by and reports what she considers to be illicit behavior to the girls’ family. When a dream that she mutilates two football players from the LA Rams turns out to be real, we are then plunged further into Molly's tortured world. However, upon meeting a certain detainee at the Detention Barracks in the army, his life takes a turn. But as his tearful mother explained, a single intolerant and violent teacher drove him to attempt suicide. In 1996, he co-founded the Brighton Cinematheque, which he co-programmed until its demise in 2006.
Amidst their daily life, the wife Yumi starts to grow suspicious of her husband’s love for her.
Elsewhere in the film, we see Tay going about his daily life, traveling to and from school, and silently touching up his makeup in front of the mirror. During one of the couple's routine walk, they encounters a person who tries to commit suicide. The person jumps off a building and accidentally lands on top of Phoebe, killing both her and the baby.

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