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Everyone can draw!

That’s EVERYONE! If you have any doubts, come to Hastings Arts Forum on Saturday or Sunday, October 21 or 22, from 10am to 4pm and give it a try, writes HOT reporter John Cole.

Drawn to Witness Poster by Emily Johns

Drawn to witness

Celebrate New Year’s Day with the Combe Haven Defenders: come drawing! Bring your drawing books and pencils and meet fellow nature lovers at noon in Hollington Valley.

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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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Alchemy in Silchester Road

It’s a sign of positive change when new purposes are found for old buildings… HOT’s Erica Smith visits her new neighbours in Silchester Road and discovers the chemistry between them…

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Old work, new beginnings…

Inspired by a recent studio move, Danny Mooney’s Looking back @ 50 exhibition reviews many years of his work. Brought together for the first time in public are key works from every stage of Mooney’s artistic development. HOT’s Erica Smith takes a backwards look…

Kathleen Fox: Portrait (of a rather self-effacing woman)

Hastings Arts Forum: Stains and traces – the figure revisited.

This intriguing exhibition features the work of ten artists, each with a highly individual response to the subject matter, and is by turns macabre, disturbing and amusing. The predictable response to the human figure – the drawing from life class – is largely absent; when it does appear, it’s apparent that the figure is a springboard for a different kind of exploration. HOT reporter Cathy Simpson spent some time in contemplation.

Karolina Glusiec - Velocity (hand drawn animation, still illustrated)

Drawn to the Jerwood

The Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest running open drawing prize in the UK; this year it attracted around 3,000 entries, of which 77 were selected for the final exhibition. While its stated aim is ‘promoting excellence and talent in contemporary drawing’, it would be a grave mistake to visit the show expecting a set of well-mannered

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Artists and local residents draw together to stop link road

Campaigners against the Bexhill-Hastings Link Road (BHLR) are organising a combined walk, lunch and art event (“The Vision of the Valley”) on Saturday 24 November, encouraging artists and local people to visit Combe Haven Valley, see how preparations for the Road are already affecting it and create their own paintings and drawings in response.

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