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Will you vote for Skeletons Out Of The Closet?

The team at the Craftimation Factory, based in St Leonards-on-Sea, are asking for your vote to help secure funding for the Skeletons Out Of The Closet project. Janey Moffatt writes.

Posted 15:33 Wednesday, Mar 9, 2016 In: Community Arts Tags: , ,
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Hastings Speaks

As part of the 1066 Roots celebrations, Hastings Speaks

Auction for the arts

Auction for the Arts

The Auction for the Arts is a ‘fairtrade’ fundraiser with equal shares of the proceeds being divided between the contributing artists and the New Independent Art School (NIASH), supporting local artists and helping to develop the arts and education programmes for the coming year at NIASH, located in Palace Court.

Posted 14:55 Wednesday, Dec 9, 2015 In: Community Arts Tags: , ,
Curious Projects

Thinking and Making

Curious Projects would like you to join them for the Preview evening of

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Everyone can draw! That’s EVERYONE!

If you have any doubts, come to Hastings Arts Forum on either Saturday or Sunday, 24-25 October and give it a try, writes HOT reporter John Cole.

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Watery tales

What does water mean to you? Do you even think about it? Someone who does is Amy Sharrocks, an artist, whose creative life is bound up with the substance. She has devised several ‘performances’ around the element and people’s relationship to it. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went along to take the waters.

Mario Rossi at Hastings Observer Building

Breathing life into the Observer Building

It is always amazing to see how generous the Hastings and St Leonards-ites are with their time, energy and creativity to make things happen and improve life for people in the area.

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Out Of The Doll’s House: What did the women do during the First World War?

Following last year’s successful Women’s Pop-Up Museum, Hastings Museum, in conjunction with Women’s Voice, is running an exciting new project that aims to explore all aspects of women’s lives during the First World War. Based at the museum, the project seeks to recreate women’s wartime lives through creative writing and artwork. It kicks off on Tuesday 7 July and will ultimately lead to a pop-up exhibition at the museum in mid-October. Project co-ordinator Ann Kramer explains what it’s all about.

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