Afternoon Tea and Guided Tours of Goodwood House are open most Sundays and Mondays, from 3rd March until 28th October 2019, between 1pm – 4. 30pm (last entry 4pm). – £25 per person. NEW for 2019, Goodwood House is open for Afternoon Tea between 11th -14th February and 17th –. . .
A look at humanity through the eyes of a female collector. A collection of works on paper bequest by Elizabeth Mary Parker (née Burney), a criminal psychologist who was inspired to gift her collection to the gallery after attending a tour. Includes etchings by Samuel Palmer, Camille Pissarro and Käthe. . .
Reel Life in the Ancient World. This exciting exhibition revisits one of the most popular periods of history, Ancient Rome, for an entirely new take on one of the world’s great civilisations. The Roman era has inspired storytellers from William Shakespeare to Stanley Kubrick. This exhibition brings together an outstanding. . .
Voyagers from across the globe, in their perennial search for utopia, have long held a fascination with the elusive ideals of ‘the island’ and all that it embodies. The epitome of paradise, it has been used as an emblem of fertility and sanctuary in music, literature and art throughout the. . .
The Leaholme artists’ group represents people from a wide range of backgrounds and encourages participation at different levels of ability. This popular drawing and painting group has been running successfully for many years. The class is made up of a diversity of people from the Chichesterand area and encourages those. . .
Celebrated photographer Elizabeth Zeschin, has been using a traditional large format plate view camera to capture the House, Gardens and landscape at Parham and she develops the photographs herself. Discover Elizabeth’s interpretation of Parham before or after exploring the House and Gardens that have inspired her work. . . .
A significant display of the work of German-born artist Walter Nessler (1912 – 2001), who emigrated to Britain in the 1930s. Though not Jewish, he opposed fascist ideology and was denounced as ‘degenerate’ by the Nazi regime. This exhibition examines the breadth and versatility of Nessler’s artistic practice from his. . .