Artist Programme

Devon Sculpture Park is all about environmental art in a rewilded park.

Discover a budding new contemporary art centre with open-air and indoor exhibition spaces, artist studios, retreat facilities and natural stages for performance – art, theatre, music and more. We host a diverse programme of art exhibitions. We put the artist at the centre of everything we do. We are your creative, rewilded retreat.

Mingle with creatives for coffee, lunch or tea in The Robert Adam Gallery. Get involved in our artist programme and a sculpture park genuinely tackling climate change.

As an artist your first step could be to join us for a Day Visit or Environmental Art Tour led by the parks curator – that way you get to know the place and its ethos. You will need to pre-book your visit as numbers are limited – click here.

One of the most impactful views in Devon acts as backdrop. Steeped in history the rewilded park supports a mixed programme of contemporary art and performance from UK and international artists.

Created by artist and environmentalist, Philip Letts, indoor and outdoor art covers all forms that speak to our themes:

– contemporary

– political

– environmental

– organic

We exist to support and showcase both established and emerging artists. We’re not afraid to show experimental art. We love highly contemporary art from bold artists.

If you would like to be considered for exhibitions or performances at Devon Sculpture Park please contact hello@devonsculpturepark.org. It would be helpful if you could include your bio and portfolio.

Visit us and use the parks extraordinary backdrop to create art, photography, video, music, performance, literature and more.

Art groups and associations can meet and work here using the extensive indoor and outdoor facilities. To enquire contact hello@devonsculpturepark.org.

The sculpture park has a permanent collection which includes dozens of environmental sculptures from leading UK artists as well as a collection of resident artist Letts’ environmental artworks.

Outdoor art includes sculpture, both dead and living, installations, graffiti and outdoor paintings including mixed media.

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