A Sunday at the Studio – 27th November

Announcing our next Sunday at Studio 36. There will be art, lively conversation, a great café and music from Joe Skivington & Phil Bonser (see below). Entry is free and we’re open from 11am to 6pm, make a note in your diary!

Phil Bonser

Phil Bonser

Phil Bonser read music at King’s College, London from 1990-1993, studying clarinet with Angela Malsbury at The Royal Academy of Music.  After 2 years as a primary school teacher in London he escaped to the world of corporate IT working first for M&S then Debenhams. In 2009 he set up his own business – The Friendly Computer Man.  Musically, Phil has continued to teach and play since graduating from King’s and now enjoys giving regular concerts with Quorum, playing with the Clyst Valley Choral Society in their twice-yearly concerts and other ad hoc engagements.
Joe Skivington

Joe Skivington

Budding Friends artwork to be displayed at the RD&E

Many thanks to those who helped us with exhibition suggestions and offers for our Budding Friends art project.

We are at present organising a series of work for the RD&E with the help and encouragement of Stephen Pettet-Smith of Exeter Health Care Arts who manages the cheering and interesting displays along the long corridors of the hospital.

The artwork is being hung very soon and should be on display from around Friday 28th October.

Here is a recent image created during the Age UK Budding Friends sessions at Studio 36.


During The Night – new calendar now available


Veronica Gosling has completed the third edition of the During the Night calendar series.

True to her unique, charming and quirky style, this will make a perfect gift to add a splash of imagination and colour to the office or home. Contact us to buy (£10).


Studio 36 T-shirts, featuring our new logo, are now available in a variety of sizes, priced at £12 each. Contact us if you would like to buy one.

Our new T-shirts, modelled in the gallery by Horatio Nelson & George Washington!

Our new T-shirts, modelled in the gallery by Horatio Nelson & George Washington!