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Multiple colours, multiple stories

Multiple colours, multiple stories Image Eleanor Finlay-Christensen

Shopkeepers of the World

Art installations in charity shops across St Leonards and Bexhill as part of Coastal Currents till 30 Sept. Take part in a unique living-installation with artist, Noëmi Lakmier on Saturday 29 September at Hastings Furniture Service, Bexhill.

As part of The Fabric of Work, Noëmi invites you to bring an old item of work clothing to HFS and join her in a conversation about the item, while she literally stitches it, and your work-related stories, into the fabric of the installation.

Noëmi will be in-situ on Saturday 29 September at Hastings Furniture Service, 47 London Road, Bexhill. There are a handful of 20 minute slots available on 29 September. To book your place, email emily@quietdownthere.co.uk. For more info visit: Quiet Down There: Shopkeepers 

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Quiet Down There (QDT) is a Community Interest Company that specialises in amplifying the everyday. QDT believes that culture is everywhere and everyone creates culture in their own way. They strive to create and support environments where individuals, artists, communities and organisations can articulate and develop their own culture – making the invisible visible. QDT works with cultural providers, artists, communities and social systems. 


Images by Eleanor Finlay-Christensen

Posted 11:53 Monday, Sep 24, 2018 In: Hastings People

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