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Let one of Devon’s traditional storytellers accompany you on an easy two mile walk through beautiful and varied landscape.
Dartington Trust confirms masters degree courses at Schumacher College, that were temporarily paused, have now resumed following talks with partners and stakeholders.
With our first ever Georgian Wine Festival just around the corner, Master of Wine Sarah Abbott explains why Georgian tipples are viticulture’s great secret.
Groundsmen Matt and Mark are just two of the hidden heroes whose daily role is to care for the natural fabric of the Dartington Estate.
Conservation warden Vicky Churchill reminds us that by keeping to footpaths we reduce damage to vital ecosystems for our non human friends.
Theatre maker Jane George reflects on the benefits of a residency at Dartington after spending a week working on a new piece with her company Strange Futures.
Dr Sarah Elisa Kelly, tutor on our short course Unravelling Time, writes on eco-perspectives and how the socities we live in can shape our own relationship with time.
Award-winning creative artist Tom Bailey explains talks about the fruitfulness of his Dartington residency which has taken inspiration from the wild Devon landscape.
A new theatre show questions whether we are allowing ourselves to become distracted by the ‘dead cats’ rather than focussing on who is pulling the strings of power.
We remember the life and work of Ukrainian born avant-garde composer, Vladislav Shoot, who lived on the Dartington estate for many years before his death in 2022.