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Art and exhibitions 2022

Our exhibitions programme for 2022.

We are DELIGHTED TO PRESENT AN ARRAY OF ART AT GLYNDEBOURNE FOR YOU TO ENJOY DURING YOUR VISIT AND ONLINE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Fair Ground 2022 (18 November – 8 January)

Fair Ground is our annual exhibition of contemporary art in Sussex. This year, we present over 40 works on paper from artists across the county, showcasing a dazzling array of techniques including watercolour, drawing, collage and drypoint. The exhibiting artists are: Sophie Abbott, Dawn Aldridge, Julie Annis, Adrian Berg, Michael Bishop, Faye Bridgwater, Louise Body, Matthew Burrows MBE, Graham Dean, Steph Fawbert, Linda Felcey, Sam Ford, The Baron Gilvan, Tom Homewood, Alex Jones, Victoria Kiff, Izzy Malanczuk, Joe Packer, Camilla Perkins, Richard Pelling, Kate Scott and Agnes Treherne.


The Storybox Collective (October)

Inspired by explorations of the rich and varied material and hidden gems housed in Glyndebourne’s archive, Finding Ways In showcases individual and collaborative work by the interdisciplinary creative researchers group The Storybox Collective.

Working closely with Glyndebourne’s archivist Philip Boot, the Collective have uncovered a diverse and compelling range of content to inform their research and approaches to making.


Tour Art Competition 2022

Nadia Carney has been announced as the winner of the Glyndebourne Tour Art Competition 2022 for her artwork, Mighty Masquerade.

This year’s competition challenged entrants to create an artwork inspired by the theme of ‘Disguise’. Artists were asked to approach the theme of disguise and interpret it in their own unique style using a range of different techniques and mediums including sculpture, photography, collage, digital print or drawing.

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