Prunella Clough had an enduring curiosity in seeing the everyday anew and in so doing, making it ‘strange and unfamiliar’. She spent ‘a lifetime’s graft’ capturing the urban landscapes of Britain and this centenary celebration spans six decades of her work from her early figurative industrial scenes to her later. . .
Our first exhibition to explore Walter Hussey’s patronage of Henry Moore reveals the important relationship between artist and patron as well as capturing key moments in his career. Sculptures, etchings, lithographs and drawings all give an insight into the evolution of Moore’s work. . . .
Discover a fascinating history of alliances and connections among the women artists of the early 20th century, centred on the pioneering work of Jessica Dismorr (1885 – 1939). An artist at the forefront of the avant-garde in Britain – from her involvement with the Rhythm group during the late 1910s,. . .
An exploration of the role of art in community, identity and protest. The first chance in the UK to see American Pop artist Jann Haworth (b. 1942) and Liberty Blake’s (b. 1968) mural, Work in Progress. The 28ft mural is the result of a collaborative community project and celebrates women. . .
St Michael's Hall, Summersdale Rd, CHICHESTER PO19 6PN
A practical 10-week WEA course on Fridays from 10 January 2020. With experienced tutor and artist Frank Ferrie, the small group of students explore different painting techniques and develop their own style. Please enrol in advance. Online: wea. org. uk or Tel: Sheila 01243 958826 or Email :. Fee: £90. . .