We will open by appointment from 1st June.
The gallery will be manned from 10-5 every Wednesday.
Visitors are welcome By Appointment on any day, but please email us to request a visit.
Covid19 - To ensure the safety of our visitors we are putting the following measures in place. There will be a one way flow through the gallery meaning if there is more than one visitor at a time they do not need to pass each other. There will a control on numbers. There will be tape on the floor to indicate the 2M rule. There is a wash basin available to anyone wishing to wash their hands. Our staff will wear face masks to protect visitors.
+44 (0)1243 528401
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Candida Stevens Gallery
Director and Curator - Candida Stevens
Director - Dan Stevens
Gallery Manager - Abigail Day
How to find us:
If you have Google Maps, put Candida Stevens Gallery, into the search and it will bring you to the building. The postcode won't!
Located in the historical City of Chichester, we occupy the ground floor of an old industrial building just outside the north walls of the City.
We are not on the highstreet so provide detailed information below on how to find us.
We are a 3 minute walk from Chichester Festival Theatre, 5 minute walk from the Cathedral and 7 minute walk from Pallant House Gallery and 10 minute walk from the station.
From London Victoria direct to Chichester Station, journey time approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes. We are a 10 minute walk due north through the centre of the City.
1.5-2 hours from London. Either head out on the A3 to Portsmouth and then along the A27 to Chichester or from West London it can be quicker to head out on the M4 onto the M25 and round to the A3.
There is parking for up to three cars for short visits in front of the gallery. Otherwise the best car park is Northgate car park by the Chichester Festival Theatre, walk under the underpass and you will be on Northgate.
Our program is planned up to two years in advance.
We are not open for artist submissions. If you do contact us please understand that we cannot reply to each request we receive.