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Re-interpreting the past through museum exhibits

It is always a delight to go to Hastings Museum and Art Gallery. Around every corner there is surprise. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was intrigued by SOCO Artists’ latest project – an imaginative response to the museum’s exhibits: drawings and paintings, concertina-ed books, beautifully made objects, found objects and textiles.

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Runway’s Walk for Women

Join Runway artists for this year’s International Women’s Day walk to Bexhill. Meet on the sea front on Sunday 11 March at 10.30am to the west of Azur and stop for photographs on the way to Bexhill. Particpants are invited to wear dark clothing and bring some money to donate to the local Women’s Refuge. 

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Internal Landscapes

Internal Landscapes, an exhibition by Sally Cole at the Conquest Hospital: Roz Cran wanders through outer and inner landscapes in the Corridor Gallery on Level 3 Outpatients Department.

Posted 09:02 Tuesday, Oct 11, 2016 In: Arts News Tags: , , ,
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Willem Sandberg from type to image

Red, blue and yellow – the primary colours, design, experiment, type, play, rough, collage, asymmetric are the words that may spring to mind as you walk round the Willem Sandberg exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion says Roz Cran.

Posted 17:40 Wednesday, May 25, 2016 In: Visual Arts Tags: , , , ,
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Early morning walk

A collared dove, chest puffed out and pink, coos on a sycamore branch above as I stride down the hill to the Promenade. Roz Cran has been inspired by the Dawn Walk essays on Radio 3 and the book ‘Wanderlust’ by Rebecca Solnit, to set out early and walk from St. Leonards on Sea to Bexhill. 

Posted 17:38 Monday, Apr 18, 2016 In: Home Ground Tags:
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Tonico Lemos Auad exhibition

Long thin sculptures hang from the ceiling to greet the visitor in the first room of the Tonico Lemos Auad exhibition in the De La Warr Pavilion. These rods, echoing the columns in the gallery, are made from cream and red linen. On one, some threads are pulled and crocheted; on another a seahorse shape is picked out. Roz Cran writes about this fascinating exhibition.

Posted 07:47 Monday, Apr 4, 2016 In: Visual Arts Tags: , , ,
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A photographic sense of place

It is certainly to be welcomed that there is a new gallery space in Hastings – at the former Observer building. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went there, with great anticipation, to see the PhotoHastings exhibition Pinups: A Sense of Place.

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Art Station to Art Station…

Even after Coastal Currents, it is impossible to escape from art in this town… Last Thursday saw the opening of the second photography show at Hastings Station by a group of artists known collectively as ‘EDGE’. And this weekend, the forecourt of St Leonards Warrior Square station will become the arena for a very slow race by life-size garden gnomes, whilst the ‘SPACE’ next door will be the temporary home for installations by a group of Belgian artists. HOT’s Erica Smith sees her home town through alien eyes.

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