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Prospect beautiful – Derek Jarman’s cottage

Happy news, A. Vasudevan writes. After a period of great uncertainty about its future, Prospect Cottage, Derek Jarman’s Dungeness home, has been saved, following the Art Fund’s £3.5 million fundraising campaign.

Posted 13:01 Wednesday, Apr 8, 2020 In: Arts News Tags: Art Fund Derek Jarman Derek Jarman filmmaker Dungeness Jarman's cottage

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
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Earthworks drawn and sculptured

The St Leonards restaurant and gallery, Graze on Grand, has had two very successful contemporary exhibitions since its opening in early May. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went along to see the latest show, Earthworks, with two local artists, Denise Franklin and Bernard McGuigan.  

Posted 08:10 Wednesday, Sep 9, 2015 In: Visual Arts Tags: Denise Franklin Dungeness Graze on Grand Lauris Morgan-Griffiths

Dungeness comes to Hastings

Something seems to be stirring at the Stables Art Gallery in Hastings. The gallery has a new curator, Siobhan O’Hanlon, who has been quietly putting on interesting exhibitions reflecting the wealth of artistic talent in and around Hastings. One such is mixed media with the theme of Dungeness  and HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was intrigued. Not least because it is a family affair: two sisters, Denise and Lynda Franklin; and brother/sister-in-law, Henry Binns and Sarah Palmer.

Posted 17:16 Friday, Oct 19, 2012 In: Visual Arts Tags: Dungeness Hastings Henry Binns Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Lynda Franklin Siobhan O''Hanlon Stables Art Gallery Walking Talking and Drawing Courses West Dean College
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