Upcoming Events

Take a tour of a Goldsmiths’ workshop where traditional tools are used alongside cutting-edge technology to create contemporary designs in gold, platinum, and silver incorporating diamonds and unusual gemstones from all over the world. Pruden and Smith are designers and craftsmen in precious metals whose passion for contemporary design shows in everything they do. Over […]

See the C19 Imperial relief press in action Saturdays and Sundays between 2 and 4. Be there to pick up proof prints of wood and lino cuts produced during demonstrations.

Andy Parker, Pastoral acoustic music Shows at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm

PLAY WITH CLAY! Build a fantastic. Come and play with clay! Moulding it, shaping it, bringing it to life… this children’s workshop is all about fun and creativity.

Phil Gazzard will be demonstrating his techniques of portrait painting in charcoal and chalk at the Attic Art Club exhibition in Ditchling Village hall

David Hobden will be demonstrating Painting in Acrilics at the Attic Art Club venue in Ditchling Village Hall

Award winning short movie Second World followed by a chat with the filmmakers

This workshop is suitable for everyone, whether you are new to Raku and want to learn a bit about this exciting firing technique, or you are an old hand at it.

Support a great cause and join us for our last day of this years’ Artists Open Houses. Music – Live Flute from 2pm Raffle – Being drawn at 3pm Amazing Art, Fizz and Cake available all day!! Number 10 on the Hove Arts Trail

Sheila Southwell will be demonstrating painting on porcelain at the Attic Art Club Exhibition in Ditchling village Hall on Sunday afternoon 26th of May.

Wendy Standen will be demonstrating painting an animal in pastel at the Attic Art Club exhibition in Ditchling Village Hall on Sunday the 26th May

Pottery Workshop with Pauline Finnegan

Come and watch Hagop Kasparian creating his wonderful watercolours at the Attic Art Club Venue in Ditchling Village hall on the May Bank Holiday Weekend. He will be there on Monday 27th afternoon from 1.30, painting and chatting to visitors.

Autistic artist R.Dyer will be using sensory toys, loop pedal and found sounds like part of an interactive performance exploring social ritual, stimming and the meaning of *autistic-friendly* space. 

Join Ed Briggs to find out as he presents a tale of one idiot’s attempt to make sense of a unique site in Sussex – the Space Geodesy Facility at Herstmonceux.  Exploring how music can be used as a method of inquiry through electronic and acoustic instruments, both scientific and musical.

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