Exhibition

House OPEN - part of HOUSE Festival

7 May 2011 – 29 May 2011

Regular hours

Saturday
10:00 – 18:00
Sunday
10:00 – 18:00
Tuesday
10:00 – 18:00
Wednesday
10:00 – 18:00
Thursday
10:00 – 18:00
Friday
10:00 – 18:00

Cost of entry

FREE

The Regency Town House

Hove, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • We are well served by the local bus network. Tell your bus driver you need to get to the top of Brunswick Square in Western Road, Hove, or the east end of Hove Lawns on the seafront road (Kingsway, A259). For full timetable and route information see: Brighton & Hove Buses.
  • By car: driving to Brighton & Hove is relatively straightforward but it should be noted that traffic can get very congested at weekends and holiday periods. Once here drivers often find parking to be problematic. There are a few limited parking options in Brunswick Square and on the seafront.
  • If you are visiting by train you can use Hove or Brighton stations, each being approximately 1.3 miles from The Regency Town House. For full timetable and route information see: National Rail UK

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About

The House Open exhibition at The Regency Town House, presents the work of a selection of the artists who have exhibited in the Open Houses over the last 30 years. The exhibition, chosen by the curators Nicola Coleby from Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Simon Martin from Pallant House Gallery, Chichester and Woodrow Kernohan from Brighton Photo Fringe and Permanent Gallery, mixes accomplished, dynamic and engaging contemporary art in an atmospheric historic interior. Marking the 30th anniversary of Brighton Artists' Open House Festival, the exhibition features work in a range of media including painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and textiles. Over 160 artists submitted work, and the work of twenty two artists has been chosen to provide a showcase for the Open Houses that reflects the diversity of practice and quality of work that can be found in the festival. Exhibiting artists Alex Binney Louise Bristow Lucy Brown Duncan Bullen Helen Cann Donya Coward Peter Gates Gary Goodman Sam Hewitt Sylvie Howett Kate Jenkins Emily Jolley Jesse Leroy Smith Andre Lichtenberg Bernard Mills Andrew Mockett Daniella Norton Rob Peel Janette Staton Carolyn Trant Martin Ward Sara Wilkinson

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