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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: Antibodies
    Multiple Dates
    Wed, 27 Oct
    Maketank
    27 Oct, 12:00 – 17:00
    Maketank, 5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
    Come and see the work of 7 CAMP Members at Maketank as part of the Antibodies exhibition. Immerse yourself into the sensorial worlds of sound, smell, touch & sight.
  • Rhythmic Heart by Shumba Arts - SOLD OUT
    Multiple Dates
    Wed, 27 Oct
    Maketank
    27 Oct, 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 - SOLD OUT
    Multiple Dates
    Wed, 27 Oct
    Maketank
    27 Oct, 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.
  • Compassionate Café
    Sat, 20 Nov
    Maketank
    20 Nov, 11:00 – 23:05
    Maketank, 5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
    Café/bistro style community event to celebrate diversity and practice of compassion
  • Anti Racist Care in Theatre
    Sat, 20 Nov
    Maketank
    20 Nov, 15:00 – 19:00
    Maketank, 5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK
    How can we continue to work together towards anti-racist care in our theatre sector? Presented by Improbable in partnership with The Albany, Maketank and Leeds Playhouse
 

NEWS UPDATES

We have embarked on organisational expansion, by partnering with an exceptional community interest company Art's Lab to bring more opportunities for artists+communities to make and experience art together. Art's Lab will oversee the visual programming at MakeTank by bringing on board a great team of artists, a programming framework and 35 years’ experience working in arts and education. 
 

 

“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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