Farley Farm Sculpture Garden
Student Sculpture Exhibition
Alongside the permanent sculpture garden collection there are two temporary exhibitions planned in 2011.
Art & Design students from two local colleges, Bexhill College and Uckfield Community College, will exhibit sculptures inspired by visits to Farley Farm House. Their creations will be displayed in the sculpture garden throughout the Brighton Fringe Festival in May and Uckfield Festival in July.
Throughout the garden there will be a number of pieces of stone Sculpture from ZimSculpt, some of which are for sale.
“ Zimbabwean stone sculpture, despite the political and social upheavals across the country, remains a truly contemporary force, combining successfully with an ancient cultural heritage. The art is direct, powerfully human and is often extremely beautiful.”
Grim Glory: Britain under Fire
This WWII re-enactment weekend at Farley Farm House will be in aid of the Farleys Yard Trust and the Fire Brigade Benevolent fund, 14th -15th May 2011.
It is 70 years since the end of the Blitz, and the publication of the propaganda book ‘Grim Glory: Britain under Fire’. Farley Farm House has invited 20 re-enactors to its gardens to give visitors a flavour of London in this era of WWII.