Enjoy yoga, photography and art courses at Petworth Park as part of the Learning in the Landscape programme run by Aspire Sussex from Fri 4 Jun – Sat 25 Sep 2021. Here, you can experience a backdrop of rich countryside with herds of majestic deer roaming around, as you learn. . .
Printmaker and painter Jill Bray (b. 1936) has over the past four decades created an extensive and unique body of work, inspired by her abiding interest in the landscape. Bray studied art first at Bishop Otter College, Chichester and then at Southampton College of Art where she was influenced by. . .
A new, highly sought after 5 week watercolour calligraphy course, perfect for beginners! £195. Tutor: Lead Calligrapher – Maisie Minett. We’re thrilled to finally be able to offer this brand new 5 week watercolour calligraphy course for beginners ‘in person’ at our studio HQ in Chichester – you’re going to. . .
Darkness Into Light is an exhibition of multi-layered, textured artworks by Artist Michèle Griffiths. The collection explores the possibility of hope in dark times: the triumph of light over darkness. The pieces, which Griffiths calls “Wall Fragments”, are in plaster and are highly textured with marks scored into the surface. . .
An intimate look at Ben Nicholson’s everyday inspirations. Throughout his career, Ben Nicholson (1894 1982) transformed everyday homewares into extraordinary experiments in abstract art. Nicholson’s studio was filled with objects that inspired him. From patterned mocha-ware jugs and cut glass goblets to spanners, hammers and chisels, these ordinary personal possessions. . .
Rodgers & Hammerstein s South Pacific , (originally scheduled for 2020) will be reopen Chichester Festival Theatre’s Festival 2021. This much-loved, Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical opened in 1949 to huge success, becoming one of Broadways longest running hit shows. It boasts one of Rodgers and Hammersteins most memorable scores,. . .
A microcosm of British art today featuring new works created in 2020 by 34 contemporary artists. Featuring sculpture by Julian Opie, ceramics by Grayson Perry and Edmund de Waal, photographs by Gillian Wearing, paintings by Damien Hirst, Maggi Hambling and Tacita Dean and an installation by John Akomfrah all ranging. . .