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Cecilia Di Paolo MadeTo Be Loved

Not the Final Major Project at HAF

When you hear the words ‘graduate show’, the heart tends to sink. So it was with some trepidation that HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went along to Hastings Arts Forum to see Not the Final Major Project, a graduate collaboration photography show between PhotoHastings and Brighton Fringe. But she couldn’t have been more wrong; her fears were totally unfounded. It is an 

Camera from The Cookman Collection on display in The Crypt of St

Cookman Collects

There’s an astonishing collection of old cameras on show at St Mary in the Castle until Sunday as part of PhotoHastings 2016. Alex Brattell went along with his boring modern camera for a preview during the installation.

Crushed missile by Peter Kennard

Politically charged imagery

Photology – a monthly event presenting discussions around photography from some of the most significant artists, curators and writers working today- has been an integral part of the PhotoHastings calendar since the events begun in 2012.

Kirks Place

Never Dark

Never Dark is a spontaneous exhibition for PhotoHastings 2015, including work from a huge number of local talented photographers. 

Posted 15:52 Wednesday, Nov 18, 2015 In: Photography Tags: ,
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Mwana, Miracle of Dawn

Mwana, Miracle of Dawn, is an exhibition by Hastings photographer Georgie Scott which documents the immense tragedy of mothers dying in childbirth or labour and the high rates of child mortality in developing countries. Part of the PhotoHastings festival, the exhibition is on display at the Hastings Trust building, 34 Robertson Street, Hastings, from 18 October until 1 November. Georgie Scott spoke to John Cole about her work.

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Lovers, fighters, smokers, workers… and photographers

In case you hadn’t noticed, Hastings is currently saturated with photographic images. From John Cole’s tarpaulin-sized portraits of fishermen hung around the Stade, the ‘Edge’ group show along the footbridge at Hastings station, all the way to Dan Bass’s trestle mounted prints next to St Leonards station, the town is awash with established and developing photographers. HOT’s Erica Smith embraced the Photo Hastings festival and reports back…

Father, David Jackson

This is not my house

Filmmaker and photographer David Jackson recently photographed and made a film about his father before he moved from his home in Malta back to England. This is David Jackson’s account of This is not my House: On making a film with my father.

Posted 18:44 Thursday, Oct 9, 2014 In: Photography Tags: , , , , ,
Chris Mammone

The hard life at sea

A local photographer was so inspired by the week he spent on a fishing trawler in the North Sea during his final year at uni that he decided to move back to Hastings in order to pursue his continuing passion to document the fishing industry. Hastings photographer Chris Mammone’s exhibition is one of many PhotoHastings shows currently on display in Hastings and St Leonards, and HOT reporter and photographer John Cole went along to the preview night to speak to Chris about his work.

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