An online course on Fridays with WEA tutor Frank Ferrie via WEA Canvas/Zoom programmes. NB Half term break on 30 October. Course ref C3745703. This course gives students at all levels – from beginners to the more experienced – the opportunity to explore different painting approaches, techniques and subjects and. . .
Update 3rd November. Following the Government’s announcement on Saturday 31st October some changes have been made to the #SussexTogether Festival. From Thursday 5th November the Cathedral will only be open for private prayer and reflection: the exhibition will be extended to December 2nd. Details of how to visit safely can. . .
Cinema: online course with WEA tutor George Cormack. A five session online course, using WEA Canvas and Zoom. Course ref. C3745821. £32 (fee may be waived in certain circumstances). A friendly and accessible course, exploring a selection of British screen classics, some older and more modern. Discuss and learn more. . .
Get in the festive spirit with our collection of artist-designed Christmas cards. Discover the personal and playful cards made by Edward Bawden, Ben Nicholson, Enid Marx and more. Did you know that Christmas cards are a British invention? The first Christmas card is believed to have been commissioned in 1843. . .
We invite you to join us for our schedule of daily services, live-streamed from the Cathedral. You can follow this service online wherever you are. We invite you to share in the service by joining in the words spoken by the congregation. You may not wish to stand or kneel. . .
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. . .
Prepare to unwrap Christmas with a delightfully festive evening of seasonal words and music. West End singers Rebecca Trehearn and Rebecca Caine, matched with five fine musicians, will join CFT Artistic Director Daniel Evans and a special guest to sing a range of traditional carols, and share some favourite yuletide. . .