Hogchester Arts Launch Event

Image Credit: Adeline de Monseignat

Hogchester Arts, Axminster Road, Charmouth, West Dorset, DT6 6BY

[email protected]

Saturday 20 July 2019
Admission Fee: £2.50
Booking essential
tickets purchased via ticketsource - link on website

To mark the launch of our first exhibition at HOGCHESTER ARTS we are holding a celebratory launch day on Saturday the 20th of July from 12pm. We are delighted to welcome Andy Holden to Hogchester who will be giving a live narration of his Artangel film commission The Opposite Of Time as part of the day. We also have our wildflower meadows in full bloom on our 75 acre AONB conservation site so come and enjoy a day of art and wonderful Dorset nature. 

Local food and drink will be available in the courtyard during the day and we'd love for you to stay with us into the evening when we will be relaxing round a campfire (BYO bottle / picnic). 

Hogchester Arts is in a beautiful location on Dorset's Jurassic Coast, just 5 minutes from Charmouth beach and 10 minutes from Lyme Regis. We have a few accommodation suggestions on our website if you would like to stay overnight or longer.  

Parking is at our neighbours site The Tunnel - DT6 6BY (walk on access will be signposted from The Tunnel through Hogchester wildflower meadows to the exhibition). 

RSVP Chantal [email protected]
More information and tickets for launch event - hogchesterarts.com

We regret that dogs are not allowed as we have animals on the land.
Exhibition continues until August 8th 2019.

This event is kindly supported by Dorset AONB Sustainable Development Fund

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