Bank Holiday Weekend

    The May bank holiday is finally here!
    We are open 10am-6pm everyday.

    Here is what's on this weekend:

    Gallery 1: Willem Sandberg

    Gallery 2: Richard Forster: Levittown

    Rooftop Foyer: Micro - Pavilions Process and Experimentation

    Saturday 28 May
    Coastal Culture Trail - Cycle Tours

    Sunday 29 May
    DLWP & Music's Not Dead present Nadia Reed 

    Café Bar & Kitchen
    Breakfast 10-11.30am, Lunch 12-3pm

  •  Curious Minds   

    Half-Term Workshops

    Tuesday 31 May & Wednesday 1 June
    Micro Town Design Quest
    For 7-11 year olds
    Two day workshop 
    Explore structure, scale, texture, design and drawing to create a 3D model micro town. Click here

    Friday 3 June
    Young Architect
    For 12-17 year olds
    One day intensive workshop
    Observe and analyse architecture student’s design and making techniques in the rooftop foyer exhibition MicroPavilions. Click here



    Download the summer brochure of exciting activities and events for those with Curious Minds here




  •  Image credit: James Cousens   

    Willem Sandberg from type to image

    Gallery 1
    Continues until 4 September 

    De La Warr Pavilion is proud to present the first UK survey of an internationally renowned icon of graphic design. 
    Willem Sandberg: from type to image showcases Sandberg’'s entire body of work from the 1930's to the 1980's, telling the story of how he transformed text into image to create a unique graphic language.


    Saturday 11 June
    Willem Sandberg in context
    2pm, In the studio
    Writer, critic and the founder of Eye Magazine, Rick Poynor, will give an insight into Willem Sandberg’s work in the wider context of graphic design history. 


    Photograph: James Cosens 
  •  Richard Forster   

    Richard Forster: Levittown

    Open until Sunday 5 June 
    Gallery 2 

    This new exhibition of sculpture and drawings on paper is based on Forster’s  18 month study of Levittown, the 1947 suburban housing project in New York state, USA. 


    Read Laura Cumming's review for
    The Observer

    Image Credit: Nigel Green


  •  Newton Faulkner   


    One of the most innovative bands to emerge from New York’s underground scene of the mid-70s, creating an influential new guitar vocabulary.

    Tuesday 14 June
    Doors 7pm