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.
Arts and Ecology
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 Rewilding Britain Landscape garden which has just won top prize at the Chelsea Flower Show includes field recordings of beavers and the natural environment made by our Arts & Ecology lecturer Mike Edwards.
Next up in our rolling series of focus pieces on alumni of Dartington is Eva Bakkeslett, an artist, filmmaker, cultural activist and curator who studied Arts and Ecology at Dartington College of Arts.
We’re turning over an acre of land right in the middle of the Dartington estate to artists, giving space for living art projects that work in collaboration with the biodiverse ecosystem here.
We asked the programme team for our Arts and Ecology Master’s to put together a top ten list of books for anyone wishing to start exploring this topic in more detail.
We are very pleased to announce confirmation of three partners to help us deliver the new Arts and Ecology Master’s degree at Dartington Arts School starting in January 2022: Learning Planet, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Cyland.
Schumacher College and Dartington School of Arts are increasing financial support for students from less well-off backgrounds who want to study at the colleges.