Bell House Sculpture Park
Join us this May as we take part in Dulwich Festival’s Artist Open House with the Bell House Sculpture Park!
DescriptionThe Bell House gardens are open during the Dulwich festival exhibiting works of 11 artists and 3 dancers. Forged metal, carved monoliths, playful perspex, resonant ceramics and woven alloys are but some of the forms that assemble to shape the pieces in the Sculpture Park. See how the artist’s have made new works in response to the architecture and history of the house or how existing works find new context in situ.
Exhibiting artists include: Annie Antoine, BASK (Dominic McHenry and Jim Shepherd), Ikra Arshad, Isobel Finlay, Augustus Stickland, Kim Parker, Jack Fawdry-Tatham & Pip Rice. Sound-piece collaboration between Rye Poets ( Pia Goddard, Joan Byrne and Helen Adie) & composer David Clark Allen. Textiles by the Quilt Academy. Durational dance performances by The Collectors (Orley Quick, Cornelis Joubert & Beatrice Ghezzi). With special works on loan by abstract ‘60s sculptor Ron Hitchins.
This is our first public event since restrictions began and we are looking forward to welcoming you all! We will be operating in line with the latest government Covid safety measures. As such pre-booking is advised to help us manage social distancing.
Please do take a moment to look at our opening times below so you can choose the right time slot for you. Durational dance performances will be taking place during the 14:30-15:30pm and 17:30-18:30pm time slots on Friday 7th and Friday 14th.
Walk-up’s are welcome but you may have to wait a little if we are busy!
By booking you will be agreeing for us to hold your information for Track & Trace. We will keep this information in line with GDPR regulations. Alternatively, on arrival you can either scan the QR code at the entrance or we are more than happy to take your details with good old pen and paper!