To convey the myriad aspects of Exeter’s arts and culture sector, we’ve populated this website with photography drawn from our partners, collaborators, stakeholders and wider networks.

Here’s some more information about the images used:

From left to right: Exeter Northcott Theatre’s Young Company performing RIME in 2017, photo by Mark Dawson Photography; Bedwyr Williams ‘Phizogs’ launch at RAMM, 20/07/18, photo by Rhodri Cooper; at the launch of Art Week Exeter (AWE), 21/05/18, photo by Rhodri Cooper.

From left to right: Neither Here Nor There by Jo Fong and Sonia Hughes, presented by Scare the Horses with The Roots Foundation, April 2019. Project seed funded by Exeter City Council and project members, photo by Benjamin J Borley; ‘Swift’ by Naomi Hart, an aerial installation made with copper wire and salvaged plastic milk bottles to raise awareness about migration, habitat, resources and recycling, commissioned by Crown Estates to celebrate Princesshay Shopping Centre’s 10th birthday, autumn 2017, photo by Naomi Hart; Preston Street Union performing ‘Serge/Surge’ – commissioned by RAMM as part of its 'Migration' programme – at the city wall, Exeter Quay, 28 May 2019, photo by Jonathan Price; The Listening Booth, by Hugh McCann, is a space to hear words and sounds in Exeter Library – designed to offer library goers, including visually impaired people, another way to engage with content in the library, it is programmed with new pieces of audio every four weeks – supported by Libraries Unlimited, Arts Council England and Exeter City Council, built with Knowle West Media Centre: The Factory, 2019, photo by Rhodri Cooper.

 
 Photo by Theo Moye 04/11/16 Oceanallover and Exeter City Council with Burn the Curtain present 'On Tenterhooks' on Exeter Quay, celebrating the wool trade and the Exeter Canal.

This image, taken during the performance of ‘On Tenterhooks’ on Exeter Quay, 4 November 2016, has been used to illustrate Exeter Culture on the City Council’s bus station hoardings. Photo by Theo Moye.