Creative things to see and do courtesy of the Arts Council & friends
Those fabulously creative people at the Arts Council are back with their weekly round-up of events for you to savour - if you have an event you'd like them to promote you can get in touch here and let us know too as we noticed our very own Julian Vilarrubi has a new exhibition running from 2nd - 25th April so you have a few more days left to see it!!
JULIAN VILARRUBI: SHIFTING MOMENTS
An exhibition of recent paintings by Julian Vilarrubi of the view from Studio 4S0 at Phoenix Art Space.
This exhibition explores the idea of how a single view from a particular vantage point might be changing from one moment to the next in response to the time of day and the weather conditions.
Phoenix Film Festival
Until Sunday 25 April
Spring into Blossom Film Festival – a collaboration between Phoenix Leicester and De Montfort University's film studies students, giving them valuable real-life experience of programming and running a film festival. The annual student film festival kicked off this week with a programme of free online screenings and events on the theme of new growth and growing up. Check it out.
Word Online - a virtual tour of diverse voices in libraries
Thursday 29 April, 6-7pm
Literature Works is partnering with Library services across the south west to launch Word Online - an exciting programme of virtual events celebrating the work of diverse authors and writers. Next Thursday you can join Abi Palmer at Plymouth Libraries for a live performance of Sanatorium, accompanied by a haunting, dreamlike film. The tour will run fortnightly until 28 October 2021, with all events live streamed for free.
Jazz South Online Fest
Until Friday 30 April
Calling all jazz enthusiasts! Jazz South is hosting a week-long musical extravaganza to celebrate jazz talent across the south of England. With a focus on young talent, the online festival will offer music lovers the opportunity to experience inspiring performances, workshops and online gigs from both emerging and established artists. Join in tomorrow, Saturday 24 April, for a free online panel on women in the music industry, or tune into a livestream performance from hip-hop and jazz musician Soweto Kinch!
Ditchling Museum of Arts and Crafts x Brighton Festival
Saturday 1 – Monday 31 May
Music and landscape come together in a new trail created by Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft for Brighton Festival this May. Download the free app from Saturday 1 May and discover the beautiful South Downs with a special musical soundtrack inspired by the local area. Trails start from Ditchling Museum with 1 mile and 5 miles options available for all abilities.