Since 2000 the artists from Totnes, and later Dartington, have held an open studio event at the end of May
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Renowned puppeters Puppetcraft Theatre will open their new production, Circle of Tales at Dartington
Dartington Hall School is celebrating it’s 85th anniversary and artist Alice Leach is curating a series of art events to coincide with the events.
Epic, a journey through the 20th century, is popping into Dartington as it winds down its national tour
The Totnes and Dartington Open Studio even has 28 artists at 24 venues in and aroudn Totnes and Dartington in South Devon
Work by David Nash will be at Dartington and the CCANW in Haldon Forest, near Exeter, as part of a year-long Tree Culture programme in the region
The Dartington Hall Trust has announced its summer season of performing arts following the themes of intimate, international and new music
Encounters’ creative community dialogue and exchange project on Dartington’s past, present and future hits the road
Participatory arts group Encounters are hosting a project in the old grocery shop – not The Gallery – on the Dartington Estate. They’ve turned it into a shop! It’s intended to provide a friendly and informal space for Dartington staff, visitors and the local community to share their thoughts about Dartington’s past, present and future.
South Devon-based cultural centre Dartington has announced its new season of performing arts.
New Art Club, who picked up Edinburgh Spotlight Best Comedy Award at this year’s festival for their Big Bag of Boom, will be at Dartington with their This Is Now performance. Dartington’s autumn season also includes the acclaimed Clod Ensemble and the Richard Alston Dance Company
Andrew Lacey’s Ted Hughes-inspired Megalith Still bronze sculpture, with supporting drawings, is at the Dartington Cider Press new craft gallery
Ways With Words literary festival at Dartington includes literary titans, comedians, economists, environmentalists, historians, Turner prize-winning artists, sports legends and politicians.
Dartington College of Arts will host a free symposium investigating how the arts can be used to motivies learners in Further Education
Home, a one-day international music and arts festival, is set to take place at Dartington on Saturday, June 26. Featuring Bassekou Kouyaté with Amy Sacko (Mali), Rizwan Muazzam Qawwali Ensemble (in their first visit to the UK from Pakistan in seven years), Fairground Attraction’s Eddi Reader (Scotland), Mor Karbasi (Israel), Patrick Duff of Strangelove fame and Cuban son stars Asere. As well as other arts and crafts events, workshops and talks