Barbara Rae: Lammermuir 1998

Barbara Rae RA in Conversation (Talks) – Thursday 23rd October 2014, 6pm

Celebrated Scottish contemporary artist Barbara Rae RA discusses her life, work and the impact of her travels on her distinctive paintings and prints – in conversation with filmmaker Gareth Wardell and Simon Martin, Artistic Director. Includes a glass of wine for each ticket holder. £9 (Friends £7.50, Students £8)

Emily Young

Emily Young in Conversation (Talks) – Thursday 2nd October 2014, 6pm

Internationally renowned stone carver Emily Young creates complex pieces which have a rare and poetic presence that is both contemporary and ancient. To coincide with the display of her works in the courtyard she will be in conversation with Simon Martin, Artistic Director at Pallant House Gallery. Includes a glass of wine courtesy of the event sponsor The Fine Art […] Read more →


My Name is Margaret Morris (Talks) – Thursday 31st July 2014, 6pm

Choreographer and former Director of Scottish Ballet, Stuart Hopps, reprises his one-man show celebrating the life of his friend Margaret Morris, the dance pioneer and life-long partner of J. D. Fergusson. This event is supported by The Hosali Foundation. £9 (Friends £7.50, Students £8)


The Visual Identity of J.D Fergusson (Talk) – Thursday 17 July 2014, 6pm

Art historian Jonathan Blackwood traces the development of Fergusson’s style and finds its roots in French, Dutch and Scottish painting. Looking at key works from all periods of the artist’s career he considers the sometimes surprising development of Fergusson’s ideas. Tickets: £9.00 (Friends £7.50, Students £8.00)

Street Art Stik

The Chichester Street Art Festival

This bank holiday weekend has seen the first ever Street Art Festival in Chichester from 2nd to 6th May 2013. Organised by Street Art London the festival brings together a number of internationally renowned street artists to create a number of murals and installations around the city. The organisation works alongside street and graffiti artists […] Read more →