Arts & Culture
Structures of Faith Exhibition at Arlington in Newbury

With paintings and photographs, the exhibition Structures of Faith by Paul Forsey, with sculptures by Jim Crockatt, records a personal journey to investigate a plethora of human endeavour that strive to give meaning to the human condition. This exhibition was originally scheduled for March and April 2020 and is now, finally, open to the public at Arlington Arts Centre, Newbury.

There has been a lot to test faith since this exhibition was first planned, much of it still unexplained and hard to understand, but we each continue on our journey, indelibly marked by our experiences and beliefs. Looking at structures, both physical and spiritual, that possess the mystical power of enlightenment shared with human interaction, from Neolithic formations to tin mines to Runic symbols to Churches, there is an overwhelming sense that they have seen it all before.

The exhibition runs up to the 18th December and is open to the public during Arlington Arts Centre opening hours of Monday to Friday, 10am to 4:30pm. If you would like to visit outside of these times, please contact the box office on or call 01635 244246.