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Meet the deer at Dartington

  • 19/07/2019 to 19/04/2020

Come join the deerkeepers at Dartington, spend an hour learning all about deer and their place in the british countryside, and get up close to the herd. More Info >

WORD UP: Confess: Exhibition

  • 20/07/2019 to 30/08/2019

As part of The Craft Revolution’s WORD UP! series of events, provocative printmaker and artist Alice Leach exhibits this new body of work. More Info >

Deer Park guided walks

  • 22/07/2019 to 28/10/2019

A 700-year-old story awaits you on our volunteer-led Deer Park tours – learn about the people who lived here, the magnificent landscape, the deer themselves and the abundant wildlife. More Info >

First Friday

  • 26/07/2019 to 03/01/2020

A monthly informal gathering of artists and those interested in art-making or art of any kind. Bring some lunch to share. There is usually an artist talk starting at 14.00. All are welcome. Every month on the first Friday (except January and August). More Info >

Forest Bathing with Emma Capper

  • Sat 27th Jul 2019

Forest bathing is a gentle guided walk, enabling you to relax and quieten your busy mind so you can receive the medicine and wisdom of the natural environment. More Info >

Elephant Hawk Moth

Member Moth Survey with Bill MacDonald

  • Sat 3rd Aug 2019

Following on from the popular member wildlife walk and river charter review member events held earlier this year, we are thrilled to be hosting this new wildlife survey event exclusively for Dartington members. More Info >

sarah corbett of the craftivist collective

Dare to dream: Craftivism event

  • Fri 13th Sep 2019

A Craft Revolution event with Sarah Corbett and The Craftivist Collective. Are you interested in the importance of utopian dreams to make positive change to shape our future? More Info >

sarah burns

Slow beauty: A talk by Sarah Burns

  • Sat 19th Oct 2019

A Craft Revolution event. In the 1920’s, Dorothy Elmhirst commissioned the two pioneering English textile designers, Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher. This is their story. More Info >

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