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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

Posted 11:24 Sunday, Dec 16, 2012 In: Visual Arts Tags: animation Art Arts News Cathy Simpson drawing Hastings Jerwood jerwood drawing prize travelling exhibition video Visual Arts
Four Feet in the Garden, 1995 by Gary Hume

HOT’s Joe Fearn chatted to Elizabeth Gilmore, Director of the Jerwood Gallery, as they walked around the Foreshore Gallery which is currently exhibiting Gary Hume’s paintings and sculpture.

Posted 19:00 Saturday, Jul 28, 2012 In: Arts News Tags: Arts News curator Elizabeth Gilmore Gallery Hastings Jerwood Liz Gilmore Stade

Nic Sandiland at Stone Squid

Posted 13:32 Friday, May 7, 2010 In: Visual Arts Tags: Arts News Installation Stone Squid

New Studio: the Work Ship Sails On

Incurva Studios

Posted 12:00 Sunday, Apr 25, 2010 In: Arts News Tags: Arts News

collection

Posted 10:56 In: Arts News Tags: Arts News

LAUREN CRAMPTON reckons her parents get the best cards and presents in town. Her secret is to be found at the Sign of the Black Winkle

Posted 15:29 Tuesday, Jan 19, 2010 In: Visual Arts Tags: Arts News young people

The Tenth Coastal Currents proved a resounding success. It provided a more in-depth and varied focus on the visual arts, and also brought back the film festival Shot By the Sea into the Festival time-frame, allowing for many connections to be made across different arts genres and included two stunningly beautiful lighting-up events: pictured here, the weekly Pier to Eternity bike rides and Kimonos at Sunset up at The Beacon.

Posted 10:49 Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009 In: Arts News Tags: Arts News coastal currents

Terence Kershaw’s impressive steel space frame (top) inaugurated the new sculpture area at the Warrior Square Station forecourt.

Posted 10:54 Monday, Oct 26, 2009 In: Arts News Tags: Arts News coastal currents
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