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The Big Steam Print Exhibition

6 August 2016 – 21 August 2016

Phoenix Brighton,

10-14 Waterloo Place

Brighton,

BN2 8NB


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The Big Steam Print Exhibition is a free entry show of selected works from the Big Steam Print which are also available for sale, and will be on display from 6 – 21 August 2016 at Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 9NB. Opening hours are Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 5pm.

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The Book Beautiful: William Morris, Hilary Pepler and the private press story

12 September 2016 – 23 April 2017

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This fascinating exhibition explores the influence that William Morris and his prominent Kelmscott Press had on the development of Hilary Pepler’s St Dominic’s Press.

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Tadek Beutlich: beyond craft

17 September 2016 – 23 April 2017

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Polish-born Tadek Beutlich’s distinctive style and approach challenges the usual definitions of craft categorisation. As an artist, weaver and tapestry maker he would often be inspired to create his textile work directly from his prints, and yet he believed that to plan out a tapestry or weaving by sketching it with pencil on paper was to do a disservice to the material that he worked with. This complex relationship between fine arts and craft has much to do with his…

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John Vernon Lord: A Catalogue of Life

17 September 2016 – 16 April 2017

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Visitors to the museum may already be familiar with the 1972 classic children’s book ‘The Giant Jam Sandwich’, a constant best-seller in our shop. What they may not know is that the author and illustrator, John Vernon Lord, has long been a Ditchling resident and many of his illustrations feature buildings and landscapes inspired by the village and its surroundings. In recognition of his contribution to Ditchling’s important printing history, our Wunderkammer plays host to a display of Vernon Lord’s…

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