About Pallant House Gallery
Situated in the centre of Chichester, England, Pallant House Gallery is a unique combination of an historic Queen Anne townhouse and contemporary extension, the Gallery houses one of the best Collections of modern British art in the country. Widely acclaimed for its innovative temporary exhibitions and exemplary learning and community programme which has inclusion at its heart, the Gallery has won numerous awards since re-opening in 2006 including the Gulbenkian Prize, the largest prize for arts and cultural organisations in the country.
About St Wilfrid's Hospice
Since opening in 1987 the Hospice has cared for over 10,000 local people. At any one time, they provide specialist palliative care for up to 200 people in the community who have advanced cancer, Motor Neurone Disease and other terminal illnesses as well as offering support to their families and friends. All of their services are provided free of charge, they are not part of the NHS and rely on public support to raise 86% of their annual running costs which are in excess of £5.8 million.
About Outside In
Outside In was set up by Pallant House Gallery to provide a platform for artists who find it difficult to access the art world due to mental health issues, disability, health, social circumstance or because their work does not conform to what is normally considered as art. Since launching in 2006 a number of exhibition and training opportunities have been developed as part of its activity including a triennial exhibition, a sector-based training and research programme, a dedicated website housing thousands of artworks by non-traditional artists, and a series of satellite regional and touring exhibitions.