News and blogs
This page brings together articles written by or about the learning community here at Schumacher College and Dartington Arts School. We are open to submissions from all members. If you are interested in contributing please contact email@example.com.
In the spirit of our MA Arts & Place, Emma Yorke reports on her trip to the international ‘Textures of Emotions: Storytelling and Textiles’ Conference in Athens.
Following on from the sad news of the death of James Lovelock, we've delved into the archives and Dr Stephan Harding's own memory banks to reflect on the impact the founder of Gaia has had. Below is a recording of a conversation with Stephan out in the gardens at the...
With record temperatures posted in the UK already this summer, we consider what an ecological design thinking approach can bring to the table in our collective efforts to respond and adapt to more frequent heatwaves.The recent heat wave has led to many commentators...
The ancient yew tree here takes centre stage in a new audio work by our artist-in-residence Jason Singh, open to the public until 15 September.
Our Deep Ecology Reseach Fellow Dr Stephan Harding looks back at the life and work of his friend, the first teacher at Schumacher College, and founder of Gaia, James Lovelock.
James Lovelock, founder of Gaia, who taught at Schuamcher College for 11 years, dies age 103.
Our current MA Arts and Place student Rosie May Jones reports on her creative residency at Ovada gallery in Oxford, through which she has developed her practice in response to issues of land ownership in the local area.
Catch up with the programme lead for our MSc Regenerative Food, Farming & Enterprise after his recent agroecology research trip to the Maya Achi territory.
In April this year, the MA Arts & Ecology returned to Dartington with a renewed focus on the development of arts practice in the context of the climate crisis. Now the team behind the masters programme have launched a new podcast about the vital role art and...
The founder of Schumacher College, Satish Kumar, is to receive the Goi Peace Award later this year in recognition of his lifelong dedication to campaigning for ecological regeneration, social justice, and spiritual fulfillment
As part of our continuing efforts to make studying at Dartington more affordable, and in recognition of the costs that students face today, we are reducing our postgraduate accommodation fees by 30% for the next academic year.
Throughout the summer, we will be fast-tracking applications for our BSc Regenerative Food and Farming at Schumacher College.
Our horticulture team at Schumacher College are taking part in trials through the South West Grain Network to find new strains of wheat that are grown more effectively in our climate. We catch up with Michael Cooper, one of our horticulture interns this year to find out more…
We catch up with one of our fantastic bursary students in the first cohort of MSc Regenerative Food, Farming and Enterprise at Schumacher College.
In response to the Government Food Strategy published today, we consider the lack of detail and focus on developing authentically regenerative practices, and the need for a thoughtful, holistic approach with more immediately tangible action points.
Sabina Santovetti, a recent graduate from our MA in Ecological Design Thinking, blogs about her recent community projects in Italy.
Dr Nathan Einbinder blogs about the current food price rise and argues that this moment of crisis can and must be a catalyst for real change in the farming sector.
Our economics student, Kate Rudd, blogs about her research into deeply regenerative agriculture in an Italian ecovillage.
Food, ecological methods of producing it, and the shared preparing and eating of meals, is a central focus for us at the College.
Past Regenerative Economics student Yannick Beaudoin, uses the art of change and participatory social process to facilitate conversations on the huge questions of today: What’s our economy for?