We engage with two distinct themes. The Diocese of Salisbury is encouraging us to ‘Pray, Serve, Grow’, and the Cathedral’s focus this year is ‘Memory and Identity’.
A solo exhibition by Brazilian-born artist Ana Maria Pacheco this April will show new work alongside major pieces that have rightly brought her international acclaim.The exhibition, entitled
When artist Eleanor Bartlett visited the Cathedral Cloisters she was struck by the spirit of the place, the feeling of absence, as well as residue and endurance.
Identity and homelessness lie at the heart of a new film installation that will be show in the Cathedral Cloisters from 2-8 March as part of our 2017 Memory and Identity theme.*
On 15 March the Cathedral choir leaves for the West Coast of America on a ten day tour of the San Francisco Bay area.
Three boy choristers were promoted to senior positions on Sunday 5 February ahead of a major fundraising concert and this year’s choir tour to the USA.