2023 Summer Exhibition

The Dartmoor Collective is returning to the spectacular Poltimore House, Exeter, for our second major summer exhibition, running from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th August and featuring an eclectic range of work by 23 contemporary Dartmoor artists, photographers and printmakers … Continue reading2023 Summer Exhibition


Our new zine, Linear has landed, and it’s a beauty. A carefully curated and beautifully eclectic mix of Dartmoor art & photography from 20 visual artists exploring the marks made on the moor by millennia of human connection & communication. In a strictly limited print … Continue readingLinear

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Summer Exhibition 2022

The Dartmoor Collective is delighted to announce the dates and venue for our 2022 Summer Exhibition. The exhibition will take place at Poltimore House, Exeter, on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of August, 10am – 5pm. The event will feature 20 contemporary artists working with … Continue readingSummer Exhibition 2022

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We are delighted to be working in partnership with the University of Plymouth to present a free pop-up exhibition of Dartmoor work by final year BA Photography students from Friday 4th to Saturday 5th March at St Saviours Hall, Plymouth. The exhibition comprises work submitted … Continue readingTHE HAWTHORN EXHIBITION

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We are delighted to introduce Plymouth-based photographer, Trudy Roden as the first recipient of┬áThe Hawthorn Bursary, an annual award managed by The Dartmoor Collective and given to a third year BSc Photography student at Plymouth University. Of Breeze and Watcher is the result of this project … Continue readingOF BREEZE AND WATCHER

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Memories of #My400

Today marks a year since the UK first went into lockdown. During those first weeks and months when we weren’t quite so used to staying at home, The Dartmoor Collective twitter account started the #My400 hashtag so people could share a small bit of their … Continue readingMemories of #My400

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A Worked Landscape

Copies of our new photozine, A Worked Landscape have now landed and even if we do say so ourselves, it’s an absolute beauty. Curated by Professor Matthew Kelly, author of Quartz and Feldspar, the new zine is packed full of beautiful images exploring the myriad … Continue readingA Worked Landscape

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