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Arts Lab: Making Mondays 6 Week Course

Mon 9th Sep 2019

For complete beginners, those who’ve had art in their lives and want more or anyone feeling adventurous to try something new …. free up your creativity with abstract artist Sara Downham-Lotto who guides you in playful explorations with mixed media.

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Arts Lab: After School Art Club

09/09/2019 to 14/10/2019

After school art club for 8-14 year olds with Arts Lab’s Sophy D’Angelo. Developing ideas and talents in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, students learn new skills and experiment with mixed media.

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arts lab open studio

Arts Lab: Open studio

21/09/2019 to 23/11/2019

Arts Lab welcomes drop-in visits from anyone interested in finding out more about what we do. Come and see our latest exhibition, sign up for a workshop or have a chat about ways to get involved with the project.

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Noise Art Radio – Arts

21/09/2019 to 14/12/2019

Aged 8-15? Love to make things? Saturday mornings on the radio are yours – come and tell stories, sing songs, interview interesting people and get your voice heard.

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Dartington Arts

Curating programmes across music, film, live performance and contemporary visual art, Dartington Arts aims to animate our rural space with global perspective and profound experiences.

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Dancer Fumaiki Tanaka in Studio 6 (Space). Photo © Alice Carfrae

Studio hire

Space is the largest collection of high quality arts spaces available for hire in the South West – an internationally unrivalled facility.

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Peter Cox

Peter Cox

For nearly 40 years the performance and teaching of the arts at Dartington Hall was largely developed and shaped by Peter Cox.

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Horace Davis

Although his work over the following 28 years involved electrical maintenance throughout the Arts Department offices, studios, workshops, the Great Hall (and later, the College of Arts), it was in his role as Theatre Technician that the Barn Theatre became Horace’s true domain.

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