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Art as mental therapy at the Zoom gallery

The therapeutic benefits of art for those with mental health issues are well known. Artistic creation has helped Nick Hill, who is

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Posted 11:14 Monday, Jul 17, 2017 In: Visual Arts Tags: , , , ,

Sir Quentin Blake’s flights of fancy

Quentin Blake and Roald Dahl’s children books are inextricably linked in people’s mind. But that is neither the beginning nor the end of Blake. He

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Showcasing SoCo artists

Last year SoCo Artists presented Showcase 1, a curated show of members selected by a committee of SoCo artists. The Showcase process allows artists to develop or consolidate

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The Doors at The SPACE

Humming into doors.

Standing alone in a derelict space in St Leonards is a small, blue building. Like Doctor Who’s Tardis. It’s made of doors. And who knows what goes

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Eric Slater: Rough Sea (Splash Point)

A Sussex wave from Japan

A Sussex artist is having his first show in the town since attending the Hastings School of Art 100 years ago. He was Eric Slater,

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Pockets by the sea

Danny Pockets is well known in Hastings and beyond our boundaries. He is an artist, video maker and sculptor, as well as a visual historian and

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Alan Russell’s perspective on the world

Zoom Arts continues its series of exhibitions at its Warrior Square station gallery with a show entitled As I See It by Alan Russell

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Posted 17:02 Thursday, May 4, 2017 In: Visual Arts Tags: , , ,
Roland Jarvis

Roland Jarvis through his daughter’s eyes

It is not altogether fanciful to refer to Roland Jarvis as an extraordinary man. He was in his eighties when in 2015 he had

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