We have a rich selection of residential short courses planned for 2018, with more being added over the coming weeks.

In May, we we continue our explorations of relationship with landscape. Part of art.earth’s compelling new programme of short courses. Context and Form, Art and Writing is facilitated by environmental artist Chris Drury and writer Kay Syrad (with special guest is David Buckland, Founding Director of Cape Farewell).

And later in the month we welcome dancer/choreographer Deborah Black from the US and Royal Literary Fund Fellow, writer Alyson Hallett who will explore the relationship between words and movement in Embodying the Line.

In June swimmer/artists Kari Furre and Nancy Sinclair lead Swimming: labour of imagination.which takes place immediately our immersive international symposium Liquidscapes.

All our courses take place at Dartington Hall which sits in the middle of the glorious South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is within easy reach of some of the UK’s most spectacular coastline and some of its most remote moorland on Dartmoor.

We use the diverse ecology of the 1,200 acre Dartington estate, often spending more time outdoors than in.

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