Sarah Pickstone and Ali Smith in Conversation
Monday 3 June 6-9pm
To coincide with Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival we have arranged a fascinating evening of conversation between the artist Sarah Pickstone and the novelist Ali Smith.
Sarah Pickstone won the John Moores Painting Prize in 2012 and her exhibition The Writers Series in the Gallery at Roche Court ends on Sunday 12 May. Ali Smith has won the Whitbread Novel of the Year and was nominated for the Man Booker and Orange Prize; her books include 'The Accidental' and 'Hotel World'.
Tickets: £20, to include a drink and light supper
Tickets available through Salisbury Festival / 0845 2419651
21 September - 27 October
Evans (1910 -73) was one of the most important painters and printmakers of his generation. In the 1960s, his style became increasingly abstract and the late paintings of flat, geometric and colourful forms are among the most dramatic and bold of the period.
From 2 November
An exhibition devoted to Pope's early work, which established his reputation as one of the important sculptors of natural materials alongside his contemporaries David Nash and Barry Flanagan. With works in the Gallery and Sculpture Park, this is the first major exhibition in the UK since his presentation for Art Now at Tate in 1996.