Internationally recognized local artist, Mohini Chandra, has created a new work inspired by her walks on the Dartington estate during the Coronavirus lockdowns.
Arts and Place
Between June and September 2021 MA Arts and Place students have been travelling the length and breadth of the country to take up placements as artists-in-residence at our partner organisations.
We are thrilled to announce the Gustav Metzger Foundation Scholarship in partnership with Hauser & Wirth. The scholarship will support a student with refugee status or an application for asylum in the UK on our Arts and Place MA course.
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.
A historic moment for learning at Dartington Trust as students on our two new MA programmes experienced their first day of teaching on site here at Dartington.
We’ve compiled a neat set of questions and answers to give prospective students a sense of what to expect from this radical new course when it starts in April.
We’re very pleased to introduce Dr Jo Joelson, the Programme Lead for our radical new MA Arts and Place. Jo is a practicing artist curator and writer, with a particular focus in working with light, and she brings with her a background in academic research and collaborative working.
We catch up with Dr Tine Bech, internationally recognised artist and new Senior Lecturer on the MA Arts and Place programme at Dartington Arts School.
Tracey Warr looks at how artist residencies can be both a significant part of how you survive financially, and how you thrive in developing your work.
Discover the off-grid place of ‘imagination and fantasy’ that serves as one of the locations for our MA Arts and Place programme.