This is one exhibition that is sure to appeal to a wide range of audiences as it celebrates arts and crafts from UK artists who face barriers in the art of making for reasons including health, disability or circumstance.
Focusing on the imagination and creativity of those facing barriers, the exhibition will also feature work from artists submitted through the Outside In website, sitting alongside work from historically renowned artists, which will make for a diverse and exciting showcase. Radical Craft, Alternative Ways of Making will launch at Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery, marking Outside In’s tenth birthday, before touring nationally.
On show at Pallant House until the 12th June, this is just one of many great exhibitions to visit at the Gallery.
For more information, visit the Pallant House Gallery website.
Image: Joanna Simpson, Good Luck Gum Nut Folk. Courtesy of Oana Damir