Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, The Chatsworth Festival – Art Out Loud returns from 23–25 September with three days of talks by artists, curators and writers.
The festival features speakers who all have a connection with the art world and this year’s line-up includes artist Edmund de Waal, Whitworth Art Gallery Director Maria Balshaw, garden designer Dan Pearson, historian Dr Peter Frankopan and Co-Director of the Serpentine Gallery Julia Peyton-Jones, whose talk is being sponsored by Sotheby’s.
The Duke of Devonshire, who is hosting the event at Chatsworth, will also be speaking and guests will have the opportunity to explore the 105-acre garden including Sotheby’s Beyond Limits exhibition of monumental sculpture.
JULIA PEYTON-JONES, CO-DIRECTOR OF THE SERPENTINE GALLERY. © JOHN SWANNELL
Talks will be held both in the house’s theatre and in a tent on the South Lawn and new activities for 2016 include the Peak District Artisans selling exhibition with 30 artists sharing their best works, a family focused talk by a famous children’s book illustrator and schools activities on the Friday morning.
There will also be a range of street style food as well as the opportunity to book lunch and afternoon tea in one of the restaurants in the Stables.
EDMUND DE WAAL, ARTIST. © BEN MCKEE
The full programme of talks and events, along with details on how to buy tickets, will be available from early June. All talk tickets and festival day passes include garden entry from 10am until 6pm, and free car parking.
Talk tickets Adult £13 | Child £7
Saturday Festival day pass Adult £42 | Child £18
Sunday Festival day pass Adult £32 | Child £14
For more information on Art Out Loud tickets and accommodation options please visit www.chatsworth.org or call +44 1246 565300.