Local artists Isabel Coulton and Doug King-Smith have brought King Edward VI Community College students and Dartington Hall together with a project designed to teach the students a range of life skills through woodwork and art whilst allowing them to top up their qualifications with an extra Arts Award.The aim was also to entice the greater public out of the comfort zone of Dartington Hall gardens onto the wider estate grounds to view a striking display of their work by the river Dart. Their carved panels were inspired by the poetry of Tagore, and the trail, named the Tagore Sculpture Installation, ...


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