Art Events

Sculpture in Particular

Pashley Manor, Ticehurst, near Wadhurst

Saturdays May 26-June 2, 10am-5pm

Entrance £10.50/u16s £5/u6 free

The 16th century house Pashley Manor hosts an exhibition and sale of almost 200 pieces of sculpture at its award-winning gardens at the Sculpture in Particular event. The exhibition in the house, which is not usually open to the public, features interior pieces as well as pieces suitable for smaller gardens. The Garden Room café is also hosting an exhibition of floral and botanical art. Picture: Poop Poop by Graham Thrussell/picture: Kate Wilson.

Phone 01580 200888 or visit pashleymanorgardens.com.



Sense of Unity

Whitehawk, Brighton

Saturday May 26, 9.20pm

Free

In this processional event, as part of the Brighton Festival, discover the illuminated puppets baby Dundu and the gentle giant Dundu. Will they find each other? Will they get on? You are invited to enjoy different musical worlds, from the West African Kora of Dundu to world-inspired rhythms of percussion ensemble Worldbeaters as dusk falls.

Phone 01273 709709 or visit brightonfestival.org.



At Altitude

Towner Art Gallery, Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne

Saturday June 2-Sunday September 30

Admission free

At Altitude is an exhibition that explores how our experience of landscape, time and space has altered through the introduction of new elevated perspectives on the world that were unknown to earlier generations. Ranging from early aviation to drone surveillance, the exhibition charts these changing perspectives. Artists include Omer Fast, Mishka Henner, Jananne Al-Ani, Tacita Dean, Wolfgang Tilmans, Cornelia Parker and more. Picture: Omer Fast 5000 Feet is the Best 2011/courtesy of Arratia Beer.

Phone 01323 434670 or visit townereastbourne.org.uk.



Alison Wilding

De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill-on-Sea

Saturday June 23-Sunday September 16

Free

Right Here and Out There is an exhibition of new and existing works by sculptor Alison Wilding selected in response to the landscape and the light. Her abstract works use contrasting materials such as neoprene rubber, translucent acrylic, mirrored glass, alabaster and steel to create sensual juxtapositions that explore the complexities of perception. The exhibition responds to the landscape that surrounds the Pavilion and light that streams into it, showing a selection of works from the 1980s to the present and two new sculptures made especially for the site.

Phone 01424 229111 or visit dlwp.com.



Artist Tour: Alison Wilding

De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill-on-Sea

Saturday June 23, 11am

Tickets £5 and £7

Sculptor Alison Wilding discusses her new exhibition, Right Here and Out There, just before it opens at the De La Warr Pavilion.

Phone 01424 229111 or visit dlwp.com.



The Artist’s Garden

 

Borde Hill Garden, Borde Hill Lane, Haywards Heath

Wednesday August 1-Sunday September 30

Normal admission charges apply

Visitors to Borde Hill Garden can enjoy meandering through an exhibition of artwork inspired by the beauty of nature in stone, stained glass, ceramic, resin and metalwork. Artists include Christine Baxter, Diana Roles, Ian Marlow, Joe Szabo, Mark Reed and Will Spankie. Pictures: sculptures by Christine Baxter.

Phone 01444 450326 or visit bordehill.co.uk.



Contemporary Enamel – Altered Surfaces and Sensitive Sifting

West Dean College, West Dean, Chichester

Saturday-Friday August 4-10

£715

Jeweller Jessica Turrell teaches students to explore the application of enamel on altered metal surfaces to create jewellery. Students begin by investigating methods of patterning and texturing with the option of using silver, and then use a sifting technique, which allows the enamel to interact and be altered by the underlying surface.

Phone 01243 818300 or visit westdean.org.uk.



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