As Telegraph Ways With Words Festival gets set to celebrate its 20th anniversary this July, Google boards as Online Partners.
Foster&Déchery’s Epic pops into Dartington as its national tour starts coming to an end.
Jan O’Highway is joining the 27 artists in 24 venues for the 12 year of Totnes and Dartington’s Open Studios.
A new line-up of Performing Arts Summer Sessions is coming to Exeter and the South West in August, providing fun creative opportunities for young people and banishing summer boredom. Five-day sessions are held at Exeter University and Blandford in Dorset for students over 11 years of age, while younger children aged eight to 12 years will enjoy a selection of three-day sessions in Totnes, Devon.
A free exhibition of beautiful new sculpture and drawings by one of Britain’s foremost sculptors in wood comes to Devon.
The Dartington Hall Trust has announced its summer season of performing arts events, featuring music, theatre, dance, contemporary performance and poetry.
Two of the UK’s leading underground music producers collaborate to create new music in response to two iconic Devon train journeys
The Encounters ‘creative dialogue’ project at Dartington is taking its shop of ideas on the road this month, with a series of visits to public places in and around Totnes and Dartington.
The Dartington Hall Trust has commissioned a participatory arts company Encounters to host a project at Dartington that explores how change and transition can affect and potentially transform individuals and communities.
Artists from across the UK will join talent from across the South West for the new season of performing arts events at Dartington Hall. Music, dance, theatre, poetry and digital arts are all in the mix, with appearances from both award-winning established artists and the best emerging talent in the region.
Award-winning, internationally acclaimed dance companies New Art Club, Clod Ensemble and the Richard Alston Dance Company will be in South Devon over the next two months.
The Ways With Words line up includes ‘literary titans, comedians, economists, environmentalists, historians, Turner prize-winning artists, sports legends and politicians’, who will gather to speak at this year’s 10-day, event which runs from July 9 to July 19s.
A free symposium investigating the methods of creative practice used to motivate young learners will take place at Studio 1, Dartington College of Arts, Totnes, on Wednesday, July 21.
Ways with Words, the literary festival at Dartington, is offering Devon-based students the opportunity to attend this year’s festival at Dartington Hall for free!
Home, a one-day international music and arts festival, is set to take place at Dartington on Saturday, June 26.
Literary titans, comedians, economists, environmentalists, historians, Turner Prize-winning artists, sports legends and politicians will gather to speak at this year’s 10-day, Telegraph Ways With Words Festival of Words and Ideas at Dartington Hall in South Devon from July 9 to 19.
Artist and sculptor Peter Randall-Page will give a talk at Dartington’s Upper Gatehouse on Thursday, Decmeber 3 at 7.30pm. We have a review of his major exhibition in and around the Underground Gallery has just opened at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, this ambitious show of mainly new work features over 50 sculptures as well as drawings and prints.
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Dress Rehearsal Mayflower Steps Fri 19th June
Finished two further large mirror boats as spares in the morning and then drove down to Plymouth for noon.
David Francis has bagged to director of arts job at Dartington.