Glynde artist-in-residence Jacky Misson is documenting an oral history of the chalk pit behind Mill Lane, or "Teddy Street", from those that remember when it was still working. Called Balcombe Pit, it was working from the 1840s right up to the 1980s.
As part of the documenting process Jacky has invited seven fellow artists to join her with their own work responding to the Chalk Pit. The results will be exhibited in the newly refurbished Coach House at Glynde Place over one weekend Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 April.
The artists all work in a number of different media including sound, painting and sculpture as well as incorporating more conceptual approaches.
There will be a Q&A session with the artists on the Saturday evening.
Times and Location
The exhibition will take place in the Coach House from 11am-6pm, on both Saturday and Sunday.
Everyone including children welcome, entrance is free. Please register here.