The Ways With Words is offering bursaries for young people to attend the literary festival
Since 2000 the artists from Totnes, and later Dartington, have held an open studio event at the end of May
High-energy physical theatre offers a moving insight into how hard it is to go straight
Renowned puppeters Puppetcraft Theatre will open their new production, Circle of Tales at Dartington
Renowned sculpture David Nash is in Devon at Dartington and the CCANW with key pieces and part of a retrospective until the start of autumn
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.
Totnes-based artists David Prior and Frances Crow are taking their New Music Award from PRS for Music Foundation winning Organ of Corti out into the world, and they are starting at Dartington, Devon
Devon-based students can win a bursary to attend the literary festival Ways With Words
Google is the Online Parner of the Telegraph Ways With Words Festival which takes place in Dartington for 10 days in July
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
Performing Arts Summer Sessions for young people are running throughout the South West for fun creative opportunities for young people to banish summer boredom.
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
Two of the UK’s leading underground music producers – Shackleton and Vengeance Tenfold – have created an exclusive new Sonic Journey in response to and inspired by sections of two of the most beautiful stretches of train line in the South West, in North Devon on the Tarka Line and in South Devon, between Exeter and Newton Abbot s the train rounds the bend at the end of the Exe estuary and passes Dawlish Warren station. The audio is available for free download