The Art of Chichester: 60 Years of Creativity will explore the arts, culture and heritage of Chichester city centre and the district from 1962, when Chichester Festival Theatre opened, to the present day, embracing professional and amateur work across all art forms. Curated by David Elliott, the exhibition tells the. . .
Chichester Cathedral is to host a major exhibition of artworks from celebrated members of the Royal Society of Sculptors from 27th June 6th September 2022. Together We Rise comprises over 30 artworks which will be presented within the 940-year old living place of worship, and across its grounds. The pieces. . .
Join Chichester BID for a special Dino Day on Saturday 13 August from 11am – 3pm on the Cathedral Green. Free to attend, families can expect to meet the giants of the Jurassic age including a lifelike T-Rex, Baryonyx and dino babies. A model Triceratops will be on the Green. . .
Richard Whincop, our local artist, stayed for two months in Calabria to paint five large street paintings, along with other artists, on the story of the Normans conquest in Southern Italy. He describes the historical background, the process of designing and painting them together with the difficulties to complete the. . .
Bill Coombes will explain the workings and modern versions of the Enigma, he will bring a homebuilt Enigma Machine with instructions to produce encoded messages!. Chosen Charity: St Wilfrid’s Hospice who provide palliative care in the hospice and community. Free entry with retiring collection for the speaker’s chosen charity. . . .
Lynda Hunter will tell the tale of how the Chichester Canal came about, it uses, aspirations, finances and failure of our Canal leading up to its current success and future plans. Chosen Charity: Chichester Ship Canal Trust which undertakes the preservation, maintenance and improvement of the canal for the public. . .
Jose Pound, who was the designer of the Festival of Flowers at Chichester Cathedral in 2014 and 2018, will talk about achieving the WOW factor to excite arrangers and visitors alike. Chosen Charity: St Mary’s The Virgin Church at Apuldram- Grade I listed church of magical quality, blending so well. . .