Charleston in Lewes
The more you see, the more we do.
The National Art Pass lets you enjoy free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic places across the UK, while raising money to support them.
Experience Charleston's new space in Lewes, which has a shop, café, and a free programme of co-produced community projects.
Charleston's new exhibition space in Lewes marks the first step towards achieving their long-term goal of opening a permanent Bloomsbury gallery, that will bring 100 of the most important Bloomsbury works back to Sussex with the support of the National Portrait Gallery, Tate and the V&A.
Their vision also includes housing their growing Bloomsbury archive in a central location that is accessible to researchers and visitors. They will be using their initial season of programming to talk to the local community about how this vision for a permanent cultural centre in Lewes could shape up.
Unlike Charleston's original space in Firle, where the former home of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant is situated, Charleston in Lewes does not currently offer a National Art Pass benefit.