Recent Dartington graduate exhibits new work exploring how songs are carried across borders and continents and yet remain firmly rooted in the places they were first sung.
News & blogs: Arts School
We are delighted for our student Rachel Long who has received 12 Theatre Award nominations for her performance piece, ‘Bright Mother’.
With the arrival of her arboreally-inspired paintings in our gallery space, we catch up with artist Zoe Benbow to find out more about her creative process, the influences and training that helped shape her work, and the ways in which place and the natural world continue to inspire her.
Students on MA Arts & Place spend two weeks at the high-end gallery developing work responding to the theme of ‘Remember Nature’, a project inspired by artist and activist Gustav Metzger.
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.
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 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.
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...
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.
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.