6th April 2019

  • Location: Reigate Fort Reigate Hill Fort Lane RH2 9RN
  • Time: 11:00 - 15:00
  • Cost: ***

Visit Reigate Hill this Spring to experience an artistic response to this chalk downland within the intriguing 19th century Fort.

 Artist Jane Ponsford has explored this special place and responded with some exquisite paper art works that incorporate the materials of the surrounding land. This is the final location on her journey across the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty since last June and her installations will include the collections and pieces she has made both independently and with others from traces of the landscape.

Work from the entire ‘Terrain’ project will be viewable in situ through the windows of the Casemates building at the Hill Fort 6 – 21 April. A perfect outing during the Easter holidays.

For a closer viewing, the fort will be open on the following dates:

  • Meet the artist during the opening day 6 April 11am – 3pm.
  • An ‘in conversation’ event and guided tour of the exhibition Saturday 13 April 1.30pm – 3pm. Conversation with invited guest, artist and curator Kim Norton and guided tour of the exhibition plus refreshments and artist networking. Open to visitors from 11am – 3pm
  • A further opportunity to meet the artist and find out about this fascinating project in the Surrey Hills on the closing day 21 April 11am – 1pm. 

Parking available at Wray Lane or Margery Wood Car Parks.