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
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
Following the updated government advice this week, we realise that after an extended period of lockdown, many of you will be looking forward to returning to Dartmoor and the other UK National Parks We appreciate that those of us who live within areas such as … Continue readingCovid19 – Update
The Covid-19 pandemic is unprecedented, and is already impacting on people’s lives in innumerable ways. There is little doubt that the arts are going to play an increasingly important contribution to our collective wellbeing during these difficult times, and will also play a vital role … Continue readingCovid-19
Our People page is now live…click here to take a peek. Our aim is to use this to profile the members of our lovely community and give you a chance to share your influences and ethos and to showcase your work. If you are interested … Continue readingDartmoor Collective Assemble!
Well we promised some exciting news and here it is… in 2020 we are planning a major showcase of the Dartmoor Collective’s work in our very first exhibition. We are in the process of securing a venue and forming a team to organise the event … Continue reading2020 Exhibition