Hastings Museum and Art Gallery is displaying the majority of the Outside In exhibtion held at Pallant House Gallery last August as their main summer exhibition.
Outside In is a groundbreaking project which was set up by Pallant House Gallery in 2006 and which invites debate on Outsider Art. It provides a platform for artists who are marginalised due to health, disability or other social circumstances.
Many of the artists have had little or no contact with the institutions of the mainstream art world, and have rarely received any formal recognition or training despite producing art of a high quality that is both highly personal and idiosyncratic.
This is the last chance to see this unique exhibition which brings together the work and talent of a wide variety of artists from across the country.