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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. 

Hastings Storytelling Festival 2019

Storytelling Festival: packed programme for all

The 5 – 11 November is all about storytelling, as Hastings Storytelling Festival returns with a packed programme of storytelling across town for children, families and adults. Naomi Robinson writes.

Susan Diamond, Artist

Subliminal messages from Susan Diamond

Bevali Francis talks to artist Susan Diamond about her book Subliminal Messages, a collection of paintings she has produced in the last two years.

Posted 21:57 Wednesday, Oct 24, 2018 In: Arts News
Moving

Art of movement

For all who want to move, dance and feel good. Dancer and choreographer Viv Hamblin and Feldenkrais practitioner Catherine Pinhorn are offering a series of workshops for all those who wish to explore the joy of creative self-expression through movement. HOT’s Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 16:56 Wednesday, Oct 3, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: , , , ,
Music on the Stade with Mboob Musa.

Music, food and film at AfriKaba festival

The AfriKaba festival kicks off this Saturday, 29th, with an afternoon of family entertainment and a free evening concert on the Stade. The festival continues the following weekend with a series of films and music at the Electric Palace cinema. Nick Terdre reports.

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