Current Exhibition


Experiencing the Landscape - Art on the East Devon Way

8 September 2018 to 27 October 2018

This exhibition is the culmination of a year-long collaborative project between THG and East Devon AONB.

The project celebrates 25 years of the East Devon Way, the 40 mile footpath running from Exmouth to Lyme Regis.

The aim of the project has been to use diverse artforms and artists to enable people to engage with the natural landscape in new ways. This exhibition showcases new work created especially for this project by local contemporary artists Angus Rutherford, Gabby Hoad and Jenny Mellings. Exhibited alongside will be a reflection of the 80 nature-based creative workshops undertaken with schools and the public.

View invitation to exhibition opening : Saturday 8 September, 3-5pm.

Celebratory community party: 27 October 5-9pm (art activities finish at 8pm). Spooky Halloween Party to celebrate the national Museums At Night and Big Draw festivals.

This project has partnered with many organisations including the RSPBForestry Commission England, Clinton Devon Estates, EDDCLED Walking for Health, and festivals including Heath WeekSidmouth Walking FestivalDevon Open StudiosDorset Art WeeksThe Big Draw and Museums At Night.

The project has been funded by DefraArts Council EnglandThe Northbrook Community TrustThe Elmgrant TrustTesco Bags for Help, Devon County CouncilEDDC, THG and East Devon AONB.

Image credits: Jenny Steer photography -Anne-Marie Culhane Nightjars and Simon Tutty - East Devon Way workshop images

Anne-Marie CulhaneJustin Quinnell