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Rachel Glittenberg new work preview

Back in May, Erica Smith interviewed Rachel Glittenberg – one of the artists chosen to exhibit in the Hastings Arts Forum 15 year anniversary show. This week she caught up with Rachel again to find out about her recent work – on show on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 December in her pre-Christmas open studio.

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Seaview Christmas events

The Seaview Project is the only organisation of its kind locally, supporting people on the margins of society in Hastings and St Leonards and the wider area. With Christmas coming, they have two events coming up: a carol concert and an afternoon of entertainment. You’re very welcome to attend.

Drawing Life

Drawing Life exhibition

An exhibition of selected works by people living with dementia is at the Kino Teatr, Norman Road, St Leonards at 4 – 8 pm on Friday 30 November, and from 11am – 5pm on Saturday 1 December. The organisers would love to see you there. 

Posted 14:07 Tuesday, Nov 27, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: ,
Clay Culture Trail 2018

Clay Culture Trail 2018

Clay Culture is a group of ceramicists and potters working in Hastings & St Leonards. The range of their work crosses a wide and diverse spectrum; from the sculptural to the functional. In their annual Clay Culture Trail 2018 of open studios, the artists  offer you a vision of the rich diversity of contemporary ceramics in the area.

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If anyone can, Khadija Khan can!

A year ago was a terrible time for my friends Khadija and Brad. On his 45th birthday, Brad had a heart attack from which he never recovered… HOT’s Erica Smith shares with us a tale of re-creation and introduces Hastings’ newest artist, Khadija Khan.

Posted 21:37 Friday, Nov 16, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: , , , , , , ,
The Storm Will Pass

The Storm Will Pass

The Storm Will Pass, The Spring Will Come. An exhibition of recycled and reassembled ceramic artworks by Susan Elliott. John Knowles writes.

Posted 09:11 Monday, Nov 12, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: , , , , ,
Multi-media exhibition

Repeat After Me

The war to end all wars that wasn’t. WW1. The supposed dawn of a peaceful age foreshadowed instead a century of repeated conflict; global migration; technology; memory; megalomaniacs; murderers; mercenaries and money makers.

Last Station

Last Station Located: Eastbourne

Last Station is a touring fine art project by local artists Elise & Mary. This installation at the Towner in Eastbourne is the last stop of their journey. 

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