Smooth Space

Smooth Space is an artist-led initiative which develops new projects in innovative places across Torbay and the wider world. We work in partnership with non-arts organizations to take contemporary art right to the audience and to the heart of communities. Established in 2011, we develop artists' research residencies in diverse locations, focusing on context, habitat and our relationship with and impact on our surroundings.

As a collaborative initiative, we are committed to supporting and developing critically engaged practice through peer learning. We hold regular monthly peer review sessions which are helping to establish a thriving local network for practitioners in our region of the SW and we are developing new opportunities to link with other initiatives both locally and nationally.

Smooth Space is David Harbott and Kate Paxman and a super-supportive volunteer committee.

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Opening hours

n/a

Address

Torbay
Devon TQ2

07598 723309
info@smoothspace.org
www.smoothspace.org

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'Mutability', large-scale projected animation, Kate Paxman
'Pivot Point', Torre Abbey Residency, Kate Paxman
Smooth Space
Smooth Space
Walk & Talk, Anna Keleher, Berry Head NNR, Brixham
'The Inner Quarry', 3-screen installation, Berry Head NNR, Brixham
'The Inner Quarry', 3-screen installation, Berry Head NNR, Brixham

What's on

Plymouth Art Weekender 2018

Plymouth

Tuesday 09 January 2018 – Sunday 30 September 2018

The Artizan Garden Salon Open Show

7 Lucius Street

Friday 02 February 2018 – Sunday 23 December 2018

A Curious Turn : moving, mechanical sculpture

Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Dowell street, Honiton EX14 1LX

Saturday 10 March 2018 – Saturday 19 May 2018

ARTIST ROOMS Diane Arbus

The Burton at Bideford, Kingsley Road, Bideford, Devon, EX39 2QQ

Saturday 17 March 2018 – Monday 11 June 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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