Real and imagined narratives of art and energy for a troubled planet a creative summit

November 9 -11 2016

Dartington Hall, Devon, England, TQ9 6EA

Starts: Wednesday November 9 at 15:30

Ends Friday November 11 at 16:30

This international summit takes place at Dartington Hall in southwest England from 15.30 on November 9 to 16.30 on November 11, 2016.

The event features thinkers and makers from across the world, with an opening keynote event from Land Art Generator Initiative (Robert Ferry and Elizabeth Monoian) with ecoartist / producer Chris Fremantle from eco/art/scot/land. Other sessions focus on Ecologies, Shaping the World, Artist projects, Communicating, Energy Generation and Poetics.

See more detail in the programme.

The symposium is led by a team of artists and academics and is still in development. Please contact us if you would be interested in volunteering some time. The committee members confirmed  to date are:

Chris Fremantle, ecoartscotland
Chloe Uden, RegenSW
Alex Murdin, independent artist/researcher
Lucy Wood, Programme Director Cape Farewell
Laura Coleman and Persephone Pearl, ONCA Gallery
Ian Garrett, Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts (Los Angeles and Toronto)
David Sergeant, Plymouth University, Dept. of English

The Symposium is convened by Schumacher College and RegenSW, and led by Dr Richard Povall of Schumacher College


STANDARD Registration with no accommodation  £195

STANDARD Registration with 2 nights student-style shared bathroom accommodation  £265

STANDARD Registration with 2 nights B&B en-suite hotel accommodation  £325