DIVAcontemporary Ltd

DIVAcontemporary is an artist-led organisation committed to creativity and experimentation in the arts, working internationally, nationally and locally.

Formerly known as PVA MediaLab, the studio  provides workspace for creative businesses and develops projects that engage with place through audio, visual, and performance media.

With a core development team of practicing artists, producers and curators, DIVAcontemporary has extensive expertise across the creative and cultural industries.  The studio aims to stage a programme of regular events, exhibitions and curated projects as well as showcasing new and archived work.

The studio is creatively engaged at the highest level with projects that negotiate the challenging relationship between creative thinking, digital technologies, analogue techniques and traditional media. Promoting and encouraging inter-disciplinary collaboration, DIVAcontemporary explores diverse opportunities and new platforms that facilitate critical and creative engagement.

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Opening hours

By arrangement


Crepe Farm Business Park
Dorset DT6 6EX

01308 459071

DIVAcontemporary Ltd
DIVAcontemporary Ltd
DIVAcontemporary Ltd
DIVAcontemporary Ltd
DIVAcontemporary Ltd
DIVAcontemporary Ltd

What's on

Regular Art Group

Artwave West, Morcombelake, Dorset DT6 6DY

Thursday 18 January 2018 – Thursday 29 March 2018

Quartet - Ineke Van Der Wal

Lighthouse, 21 Kingland Road, Poole, Dorset, BH15 1UG

Saturday 03 February 2018 – Saturday 31 March 2018

Creative Printmaking

Artwave West, Morcombelake, Dorset DT6 6DY

Thursday 01 March 2018 – Thursday 22 March 2018

Threads of Narrative

Walford Mill Crafts, Stone Lane, Wimborne, BH21 1NL

Saturday 03 March 2018 – Sunday 25 March 2018

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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