Discover works by Pablo Picasso, Edgar Degas, Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse and more, drawn from our collection. Our collection of Modern British art is widely celebrated, but did you know that we also have some remarkable works made beyond these shores?. From French Impressionism to American Abstract Expressionism, this exhibition. . .
Explore the influence of international modernism and Marcel Duchamp on the work of Richard Hamilton (1922 2011). Drawn from our outstanding collection of British Pop Art, the display includes some of Hamiltons most celebrated works, including Hers is a Lush Situation (1958); Adonis in Y-Fronts (1963) and Swingeing London 67. . .
Course ref. C3746252. £54 course fee. Financial help available for people in receipt of certain benefits. WEA local history tutor Jennifer Goldsmith looks at how life was for ordinary people during the forty years of regicide, rebellion, republic and restoration of the 17th century. . . .
A new digital series of Chichester Festival Theatre’s popular Facing The Music interviews sees five distinguished performers joining writer and broadcaster Edward Seckerson to discuss their lives in musical theatre, illustrated by some treasured recordings. The interviews will be streamed in February and March. The line-up features much-loved performer Patricia. . .
The Sussex Snowdrop Trust The Sussex Snowdrop Trust is currently supporting 64 families in the local area. The Snowdrop Care at Home Team are with the families every step of the way, providing nursing care at home, as well as offering emotional and financial support for these families. Last year. . .
Join us on Zoom from 19. 30 on Tuesday 9 March to discuss the importance of humanist responses to the 2021 Census. Many government decisions are made on the basis of Census data. Inflated religion numbers are used to justify things like discriminatory admissions and curriculums in faith schools, the. . .
The year is 1901. Toulouse-Lautrec has just died. An orange zebra sips Campari, a tiger tears at a tyre, a clown leaps out of a lemon and a woman on horseback heralds a new era of chocolate. Advertising posters have never been the same. Wit-lashed with their imagery, tongue-fooled by. . .
Another chance to see the acclaimed Celebrating Sondheim concert first broadcast last autumn this time marking the composers 91 st birthday on 22 March. This dazzling cornucopia of music and song staged last autumn to celebrate musical legend Stephen Sondheims 90 th birthday year saw CFT Artistic Director Daniel Evans. . .