Back in time to Bexhill-on-Sea : Ladybird by Design at the De La Warr Pavillion

I’d always wanted to see the De La Warr Pavilion (DLWP) since I’d read about its restoration in 2005. Whereas Bexhill town centre still has a 1950s feel to it, the Pavilion, from… Continue reading

Visit to The Stuart Hall Library At Iniva, London

I went up to Shoreditch to visit the Stuart Hall Library at Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) as part of an ARLIS Professional Development Commitee visit. Just a 5 minute walk from Old Street… Continue reading

Sheila Hicks at the Hayward Gallery – ‘Foray into Chromatic Zones’

The first things which struck me walking into Sheila Hicks’s exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, were colour and texture. Hicks studied at Yale under Josef Albers, so it’s no surprise that her skill with… Continue reading

Louise Bourgeois: Works On Paper at Tate Modern

The Tate Modern in London are currently exhibiting Louise Bourgeois’ ‘Works on Paper’… and it’s free to enter! There are four rooms displaying a selection of her prints, books, fabric and paint drawings. I… Continue reading

Your Passport To Better Marks! New Resource For Marketing & Management Students

  The Library has recently introduced a new database called Passport into its collections. This provides statistics and in depth reports on companies, industries and countries worldwide.  So if you want to find… Continue reading

Susie MacMurray installs the ‘Cloud’ at The Great Hall

Susie MacMurray’s ‘Cloud’ has arrived at The Great Hall! I’m a bit of a growing fanatic for Susie’s work after seeing a glimpse of what was ‘Shell’ at Pallant House Gallery, back when… Continue reading

Henry Moore Prints at Winchester Discovery Centre!

I popped in to see this exhibition at the weekend and was really taken with it. I’d like to share my impressions and I hope that you might be encouraged to visit the exhibition yourselves.… Continue reading

Winchester on Film

Hearing that Winchester’s St Cross Hospital and Great Hall have been used as locations for the BBC2 adaptation of Wolf Hall has made us wonder where else the city might have made an… Continue reading

Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963-2010 – Exhibition at Tate Modern!

I ventured up to London to see the Sigmar Polke exhibition, ‘Alibis’ at the Tate Modern. Polke’s work and ideas span numerous mediums, which inspires me, and his voice is radical and anarchistic,… Continue reading