Art & Culture
Art and Culture is very important to the Geopark, these Associate Partners allow us to express the Geopark in ways that are meaningful to a wide range of people.
The Artizan Gallery is a small independent fine art gallery in the English Riviera dedicated to championing the work of local artists in the South West.
The inviting gallery space offers a professional, affordable venue for both experienced and emerging artists, as well as providing a venue for events, groups and workshops. With a community-centric ethos, their aim is to make the arts accessible to all audiences and celebrate the rich and diverse culture of our coastal region.
Hosting a year-round calendar of contemporary, traditional and themed exhibitions, collectors can purchase from the gallery in the knowledge that they are offering their patronage to a sustainable local arts scene.
Jacob Bradon said;
Address: 7 Lucius Street, Torquay, TQ2 5UW
Contact number: 01803 428626
Doorstep Arts is a non-profit arts education organisation based in Torbay, funded within Arts Council England's national portfolio of organisations. They run 14 drama groups across Torbay at key community sites – youth clubs, church halls, schools and theatres.
Erin Walcon said;
‘Doorstep Arts are proud to be an English Riviera UNESCO Global Geopark associate member. We believe that children and young people growing up here can and should be proud to call this place their home, and that a deep understanding of our unique geological and natural heritage is a key part of this pride of place. We are excited by the potentials of using arts & culture to educate, animate, inform and open up dialogue about these subjects’.
Address: 4 Palace Avenue, Paignton, TQ3 3HA
Telephone: 01803 558811
Squircle Arts is a newly established Community Interest Company based in Torbay and South Devon. They provide pop-up arts and cultural workshops for all ages and abilities in a variety of locations including museums, galleries, historic sites, community & children’s centres, in schools, residential care homes and at festivals.
Workshops link to our cultural history and natural environment, particularly our local Geopark, and we encourage the use of natural and recycled materials.
Kate Richards said;