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elemental: summer

2 artists, 4 elements, 6 weeks, 8 women. Artists Clare Whistler and Xaverine MA Bates return for elemental: summer, the third set of seasonal site-specific workshops for women to explore in place earth, air, fire and water. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 15:20 Sunday, May 13, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Clare Whistler Elemental Kay Syrad Rebelle Society the wordsmiths Xaverine Bates Zelly Restorick

Waterweek returns to examine waste water

Waterweek is devised by artists Clare Whistler and Charlotte Still, who have been collaborating on a project about local water for five years. They follow “an organic process of where thinking about and being with water will take them. ‘A water wandering’; inquisitive, interactive, immersive, reflective, poetic, experiential, unexpected, spontaneous and flowing”. This year Waterweek is about waste water: sewage, polluted water and water we waste. Xaverine M A Bates found out more.

Posted 15:11 Friday, Mar 16, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Ali Campbell Andreas Kornevall Atlanta Cook Bill Gower Charlotte Still Chris Drury Clare Whistler Compost toilet environment Gallery North Graham Kean Henri Brocklebank Ian Fairlie Jane Trowell John Gallop Kay Syrad ONCA gallery Peacehaven Wastewater Treatment Works Pete Dollimore Platform pollution Powdermill Woods Surfers Against Sewage waste water

elemental: winter

elemental:winter returns in the New Year 2018: a 6 week course for women exploring the elements through meditation, dance, talks, walks, art making, writing, assembling, sharing and imagining, led by artists, Clare Whistler & Xaverine MA Bates. If you’re feeling the need to reconnect with the natural world, this could be just the thing for you, inspired by the work of Joanna Macy, Mary Reynolds Thompson and the tenets of eco-feminism. Zelly Restorick asks Xaverine some questions about the elemental series.

Posted 12:53 Wednesday, Nov 15, 2017 In: Nature Tags: Active Hope Clare Dubois Clare Whistler Elemental Mary Reynolds Thompson The Work That Reconnects Xaverine Bates

PunchUp Comedy launches

PunchUp Comedy is a night of live stand-up, new material and show previews based in Hastings. Juliet Brando writes about her new initiative.

Posted 16:47 Sunday, Aug 20, 2017 In: Comedy Tags: Clare Whistler DJ Rave Deading Juliet Brando Nathaniel Tapley PunchUp Comedy Sir Ian Bowler MP The Deep Blue Cellar Bar

An elemental journey

Elemental: 2 artists, 4 elements, 6 weeks, 8 women: an experiential exploration of the elements through movement, site-specific artworks and meditation. Create a visual memoir of your elemental journey through earth, air, water & fire – and discover what they mean to you. 

Posted 10:22 Tuesday, May 2, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: Clare Whistler Elemental Xaverine Bates

WATERWEEK 4 – Ponds

Local artists Clare Whistler and Charlotte Still return to present a week of events around the theme of water, focusing on local ponds, during the week of 25-31 March. HOT’s Xaverine M A Bates provides the details.

Posted 16:51 Wednesday, Mar 8, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: Butoh Charlotte Still Clare Whistler Pete the Pond ponds water

Romney Marsh churches to host bold new art

Posted 19:00 Monday, Sep 5, 2016 In: Visual Arts Tags: Art in Romney Marsh Clare Whistler Derek Jarman Dungeness Jacky Oliver James Capper Kathrin Böhm Kelvin Pawsey Matt Rowe modern art Nichola Bruce Nikki Tompsett Romney Marsh churches Sam Sharples Sarah Davis Sue Giovanni Thurle Wright Toby Sargent
WaterWeek

From mouth to source

Xaverine Bates explores more of the themes in Clare Whistler’s and Charlotte Still’s WaterWeek 2: a week of events which meanders, dips and plunges into an array of water in its many forms from a myriad of perspectives.

Posted 21:23 Wednesday, Feb 25, 2015 In: Arts News Tags: archaeology Art Charlotte Still Clare Whistler dance marine geology neuroscience water
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