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Journeys Dance Festival 2018

This brilliant free dance festival returns again with three diverse, outdoor dance performances in the 1066 area over the August Bank Holiday weekend. 

Posted 18:31 Thursday, Aug 16, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: ,
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Crowds flock to the Light as a Feather art show

Earlier this year poet and visual artist Susan Lelliott hatched a plan to hold an exhibition about birds. Her drawings often feature birds – unlikely portraits of crows, geese and seagulls. She was aware of other artists in the area who  also feature the avian in their artworks, and decided to co-ordinate a show which celebrated birds – as personal, political and environmental symbols. HOT’s Erica Smith was drawn into the net.

Posted 16:05 Wednesday, Aug 8, 2018 In: Arts News
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New See Spray Gallery and Salty De Soufflé

See Spray Contemporary Art Gallery is a totally new venture which is hoping to establish itself  as a purveyor of unique contemporary art as well as stocking art supplies and providing community space for art projects, as curator Ella Matthews explains. The current exhibition features Brighton-based collage artist Salty De Soufflé.

Posted 18:52 Tuesday, Aug 7, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: , , ,
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Hotel becomes a gallery space for local artists

Premier Inn today announces its support for arts charity, Project Art Works, which will result in eight pieces of previously unseen artwork being displayed on the walls of a number of Premier Inn hotels.

PARK(ing) Day

Call out for PARK(ing) Day proposals

OPEN CALL!

The Giufà Project

Battle Festival summer residency offer

Battle Festival invites applications from young people aged 14-25 for a summer residency as part of Battle Festival, working with Glyndebourne, Opera Circus and Crisis Classroom to produce The Giufà Project – and applications are now open for their August residency at Battle Abbey School, 20 to 31 August. Hannah Collisson writes.

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‘When the Oak Spoke’

Hastings based environmental artist, Beccy McCray got Wadhurst talking when she launched her latest participatory arts project, ‘When the Oak Spoke’, an initiative commissioned by local arts charity, Wadhurst Culture. Over 250 attendees of all ages enjoyed a sun-filled event at Sparrows Green Pavilion and Recreation Ground, taking part in a range of activities, from talks to ‘poet-tree’.

See Spray Gallery and Art Shop

New gallery opens: See Spray

See Spray, a new gallery and art shop in Hastings, opened to the public at 153-154 Queens Road in June.

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