Address:Dartington Hall, Dartington, Devon, England
Dartington College of Arts was active in period 1961-2008. It had 30 administrative staff, 500 undergraduates, 60 postgraduates, and 50 doctoral students. It was located in Dartington Hall, Dartington, Devon, England. It was popular as a specialist institution near Totnes in Devon, southwest England which focused on a performative and multi-disciplinary approach to the arts.
Dartington College of Arts offered tertiary-level courses in postdramatic theatre, music, choreography, visual performance, and performance writing and its teaching staff were all active arts practitioners. It became part of University College Falmouth on 6 April 2008 and relocated to Falmouth, Cornwall in 2010. The college’s mission was to “be a radical, innovative Higher Education leraning community for contemporary arts practices in performance”.
The college held an international reputation for excellence and aimed to promote a critical self-awareness in contemporary arts practice. It was notable for is an interdisciplinary approach to arts practice and to a certain extent students from different courses do not work in isolation from each other.