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MakeTank is a cultural lab for social change; a creative home for local and artistic communities to generate culture that moves people. We believe that there is a synergetic relationship between thriving artists and thriving communities.

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  • EXHIBITION Opening up: Threads and Beelines
    Multiple Dates
    Mon, 06 Dec
    Maketank
    06 Dec, 11:00 – 16:00 GMT
    Maketank, 5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
    The Outside the Box: Open-Air Performance as a Pandemic Response project team is delighted to invite you to an exhibition. Outside the Box was initiated as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and a desire to celebrate open air, environmentally engaged, in-person assembly through performance practi
  • Lindy Hop Class
    Multiple Dates
    Mon, 06 Dec
    Maketank
    06 Dec, 18:30 – 20:00
    Maketank, 5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
    Come and learn Lindy Hop, the partner dance from the 30s and 40s that just won't quit! All levels are welcome.
  • Rhythmic Heart by Shumba Arts - SOLD OUT
    Multiple Dates
    Wed, 08 Dec
    Maketank
    08 Dec, 16:00 – 17:30
    Maketank, 5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
    6 weeks of African drum & dance to strengthen community and lift our spirits.
  • Shumba Tribe
    Multiple Dates
    Wed, 08 Dec
    Maketank
    08 Dec, 19:00 – 21:30
    Maketank, 5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
    This course is for people who have already been drumming and dancing with Shumba to drop deeper.
  • Open Studio: Artist Val Jones
    Sat, 11 Dec
    Maketank @ The Dek
    11 Dec, 10:00 – 16:00
    Maketank @ The Dek, 3 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
  • Outside In: Dance Performance in Maketank Windows
    14 Dec, 16:00 – 18:00
    Maketank, 5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
    Come and see a one-off devised dance performance from South West Dance Hub facilitators and participants, created on the very day of the event itself.
 

“Maketank has proven itself to be a vital cultural asset in Exeter. Indeed they are a lifeline to so many individual practitioners in the city.

At this unstable time their presence is ever more important as a support and development organisation to help creative practitioners create and thrive.”

Dom Jinks, Exeter Culture

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