Welcome to Dartington

Welcome to Dartington

Welcome to Dartington

Welcome to Dartington

What’s On

Our year-round, jam-packed programme of wonderful courses, talks, festivals and events. Browse them all here or take a look at some selected highlights below.

It’s Hot, It’s Not

24-27 Oct: This surreal, funny show explores the weather in all its forms – and why we experience it differently, wherever we are.

September film

Downton Abbey and Ad Astra feature amongst a packed programme this month at our intimate, historic Barn Cinema venue.

Art After the Collapse

A provocative talk series asking: how can artists help us adapt to an ecological collapse that some say has already started to happen?

Visiting Dartington

At our 1,200 acre estate, based in South Devon, there’s plenty to explore – from the natural beauty of the grounds, to our visitor attractions and year-round events programme. You can also make a stay of it with our historic hotel or campsite.

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Before your visit

DARTINGTON
An old place with a new story

Dartington is not just a beautiful place to visit. It attracts people with big ideas who want to change the world.

⇓ just published

16mm film and Dartington: Then and now

As a new film produced entirely on old-fashioned 16mm film roll comes to our Barn Cinema, Will Kemp tells the astonishing story of how film production shaped Dartington Hall throughout the decades.

How to overcome fear as an aspiring entrepreneur

Why do so many projects, enterprises and businesses fail to get beyond the initial idea phase? Daisy Healy explains why fear is the entrepeneur’s greatest enemy – and how to overcome it.

AWE: Helping local women to make a difference through social enterprise

With only 17% of start-ups in the UK being founded by women, something needs to change – so The School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) Dartington are offering free training and expert mentoring to support women all over Devon to set up enterprises and community projects.

⇓ more stories and features

GYROSCOPE

GYROSCOPE tells the story of how we are reinventing the Dartington Project for the 21st century, and exploring how a place can help people live a more fulfilled life: from the food we eat, to the art that inspires us, to the communities that we’re part of and the impact we have on the world around us.

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“I took an acorn and put it in a pot. I then covered it with earth, not a lot. Great pleasure was mine watching it grow. The first budding green came ever so slow. I watered my plant twice a week I knew I would transplant it down by the creek. One day it will be a giant oak, To shield me from the sun a sheltering cloak. Lovers will carve their initials in the bark, An arrow through a heart they will leave their mark. It will shelter those caught in a fine summers rain, Under its leafy bows joy will be again. Creatures of the wilds will claim it for their own, Squirrels will reside here in their own home. Birds will build nests and raise their young, They will sing melodies a chorus well sung. Under it’s branches grass will grow, Here and there a wild flower it’s head will show. My oak tree for hundreds of years will live. Perhaps the most important thing I had to give. by Bernard Shaw #poems #autumnvibes🍁 #georgebernardshaw #oak #kingoftheforest ...

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