A private tour of the Cass Sculpture Foundation followed by a three course lunch
25 Apr 2017
Cost of entry
20% discount when your buy two or more tickets
- Near Chichester
- PO18 0QP
- United Kingdom
- 30 minutes from Portsmouth by car, 10 minutes from Chichester by car
- 1 hour from London by train, 50 minutes from Brighton by car
A curator’s tour of the Cass Sculpture Foundation grounds and archives with an introduction by founder Wilfred Cass. This event will be an opportunity to gain behind-the-scenes access into the unique sculpture park and will be followed by a lovely pub lunch in the picturesque Sussex countryside.
Spend a serene day at the idyllic sculpture park, where you’ll gain priceless insights from both a private talk by Executive Director Clare Hindle and a tour by Curator Helen Turner. You’ll be shown around the 80 monumental works by major artists like the Chapman Brothers and Antony Gormley, all set against the backdrop of Sussex countryside, and you will also have the opportunity to examine the works in the Cass archives. Not only will you be privy to expert opinions and unique perspectives on the pieces, but you’ll also be personally introduced to the founder himself, Wilfred Cass, so you can hear his take on the vast collection. We’ll finish the day with a leisurely three-course lunch with wine at The Fox Goes Free in the picturesque village of Charlton, before returning to London in the late afternoon.
This event will be an opportunity to gain behind-the-scenes access into the unique commissioning charity founded in 1992 by Wilfred and Jeannette Cass. The foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that provides a platform for artists to create ambitious sculpture and share their work with a wider audience.
Transportation from and to central London, entry fees and a three-course lunch with wine is included in the price.