Exile: A Living Of Forest ONCA Gallery, St George’s Place, Brighton, until Sunday, September 14

ECOLOGY and conservation gallery ONCA asks what happens if the boundaries between the human and animal world dissolve in their summer exhibition.

The multidisciplinary exhibition has been guest curated by Rosemarie McGoldrick, and is in partnership with international wildlife charity the Born Free Foundation.

The gallery is hosting a mix of film, paintings, sculpture and found objects, with contributions from Nicola McCartney, Chris Watson, Bob And Roberta Smith.

Open Wed to Fri noon to 7pm, Sat and Sun 11am to 6pm, free. Visit onca.org.uk

Sir Terry Frost RA – A Review 1947 to 2003 Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Tarrant Street, Arundel, until Monday, August 25

AHEAD of next year's centenary exhibition at Tate St Ives, Zimmer Stewart Gallery is hosting a retrospective exhibition of Sir Terry Frost's paintings, collages and prints as part of the Arundel Gallery Trail (see page 22).

Over 60 years Sir Terry was recognised as one of the UK's foremost abstract painters. His first introduction to the form was at evening art classes he attended from the age of 16, but when he was interned as a prisoner of war in Germany in 1943 alongside Adrian Heath he began to take his art seriously.

After the war, having studied under Leonard Fuller and attended the Camberwell School Of Art, he became Barbara Hepworth’s assistant in 1951, before teaching in Bath, Leeds and Reading, where he was made the university’s professor of painting.

He was elected to the Royal Academy in 1992, and knighted six years later. He died in 2003, three years after a major retrospective at the Royal Academy.

Open Tues to Sat 10am to 5pm, free. Visit www.zimmerstewart.co.uk

Philomena At Home With The Surrealists Farley Farm House, Muddles Green, Chiddingly, until Sunday, September 21

HAVING moved from rural Dorset to Lewes two and a half years ago, Philomena Harmsworth's solo exhibition focuses on paintings inspired by her new home county.

The exhibition brings her full circle – having first been "awestruck about a piece of art" at the age of 17 when she saw photographs of a sculpture collection in the grounds of Farley Farm House.

She describes her new exhibition as both a celebration of Sussex and of Sussex celebrations, with Lewes bonfire and the Long Man Of Wilmington both featured.

Open Sundays 10am to 4.30pm, free. Visit www.farleyfarmhouse.co.uk

Profiles Of The Past Regency Town House, Brunswick Square, Hove, until Sunday, September 14

CREATIONS from the last 250 years of silhouette history are on display alongside examples of contemporary costume at Hove’s Regency Town House.

Over the next few weekends visitors can try their hand on a silhouette cutting machine and hear more about the history of the artform from University Of Brighton lecturers alongside the exhibition. Workshops and lectures must be pre-booked by calling 01273 206306.

Open Fri to Sun 11am to 5pm, free. Visit www.profilesofthepast.org.uk

Threshold Worthing Museum And Art Gallery, Chapel Road, Worthing, until Saturday, August 30

THE launch exhibition for Fishbowl Art Collective – a group of recent mature graduates from Northbrook College.

Threshold features a mix of paintings, photographs and sculpture from the group who all met while studying fine art.

Open Tues to Sat, 10am to 5pm, free. Visit www.deacampbell.com

Stuart Dodman: We’ll Have Today Naked Eye Gallery, Farm Mews, Farm Road, Hove, until Saturday, August 23

FOLLOWING a 20-year journey through installation art, sound art and video games, Stuart Dodman returned to painting full time two years ago. His exhibition at the Naked Eye Gallery sees him explore the world of minimal and abstract art.

Open Mon to Sat (not Tues) 10am to 6pm, Sun noon to 4pm, free. Visit www.nakedeyebrighton.com