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Meet Gen-Zedder Brandon Relph

19-year-old Brandon Relph is one of the UK’s leading entrepreneurs and the world’s leading youth specialist. He is currently the CEO of Studio BE – a disruptive technology and production company that lives in the intercept of traditional and digital media, focusing on the under-24 market. He was formerly the youngest CEO in the UK, (for a year and a half). This is why Anastasia Witts invited him to participate in The Platform arts and technology conference which was due to open the #AltPitch Festival. Sadly, The Platform has had to be postponed to later this year because of Covid-19, but HOT’s Erica Smith caught up with Brandon in cyberspace to learn what makes him tick.

Posted 19:46 Tuesday, Mar 17, 2020 In: Festivals Tags: "arts and technology festival" AltPitch Anastasia Witts Artist Digital Arts Brandon Relph digital festival Generation Z Hastings

The Storm Will Pass

The Storm Will Pass, The Spring Will Come. An exhibition of recycled and reassembled ceramic artworks by Susan Elliott. John Knowles writes.

Posted 09:11 Monday, Nov 12, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Arts Borough Wines Ceramic John Knowles. Mosaic

Call Out: Hit the stage for Hastings Fringe Festival 2017

Have you got an original act you want to perform, new writing to showcase, a story to tell, poetry to slam, or music to share? 

By Women for Women: want to take part? Creative Therapy Workshops

FREE creative workshops for women aimed at developing and sharing strategies for self-expression using photography, drama, writing and other art forms.

Be part of it: Hastings Fringe call out for short films

Calling all filmmakers. Do you have an original short you’d like to showcase as part of the Hastings Fringe 2016?

Posted 18:26 Tuesday, May 3, 2016 In: Film Tags: Arts Hastings open call short films St Leonards

The Big Hoot

Bevali Francis interviews the very talon-ted artist and fellow Hottie writer Cathy Simpson about her recent involvement with Birmingham’s largest public art project to date – The Big Hoot.

Posted 13:29 Thursday, Jul 30, 2015 In: Public Arts Tags: Arts Bevali Francis Birmingham Cathy Simpson Hastings Online Times The Big Hoot
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