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Ida Haag’s parallel world on view at Hastings Arts Forum

A exhibition of recent work by Ida Haag opens at Hastings Arts Forum on 3 March, with a private view the following day. Brian Hick talked to the Swedish artist about the parallel world from which she draws her inspiration.

Posted 13:01 Monday, Feb 24, 2020 In: Arts News Tags: Brian Hick Hastings Arts Forum Ida Haag
Derek Jarman at Dungeness © John Cole

John Cole, Brian Rybolt and Bob Mazzer’s photographic journey

Gang of Three, part of the 2019 PhotoHastings Festival, is on until 10 November at Hastings Arts Forum, 36 Marina, St Leonards-on-Sea TN38 0BU. Open Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-5pm.

Still watching paint dry

On Tuesday 20 August, artist Robin Holtom takes over Hastings Arts Forum for two weeks. The exhibition is part retrospective and part a showcase for brand new work – there will be drawings, paintings and prints of landscapes, architecture and the human form – plus figurative sculptures. HOT’s Erica Smith talked to him about stillness, movement, Hastings Arts Forum and his place in the wider landscape.

Posted 00:13 Monday, Aug 19, 2019 In: Arts News Tags: Artist bathers dancers figures Hastings Hastings Arts Forum painter Robin Holtom sculpture Tuscany

Erica says: “Do something!”

HOT’s Erica Smith has been a stalwart of this town for many many years, creating, encouraging, campaigning, initiating, catalysing, inputting and participating – all from a place of sincere love and genuine passion for this town that’s been her home, work and play location for nearly two decades. HOT colleague, Zelly Restorick, speaks to Erica about the exhibition and series of events, Protest and Thrive at Hastings Arts Forum.

Posted 11:05 Wednesday, Oct 24, 2018 In: Hastings People Tags: Anthony o'Donnell Bex Snotflower Christopher St John Cicely Hamilton Dennis Gould Emily Johns Erica Smith Esme Needham Gabriel Carlyle Hastings Arts Forum Leeds Postcards Mark Pawson Milan Rai Protest and Thrive Rebecca Snotflower Susanne Fasbender

Monumental: exhibition by Katherine Reekie

Katherine Reekie is an extremely talented fine artist, living and working in Hastings, an environment she feels is rich in contrasts and eccentricities and the inspiration for much of her work. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asked her about her latest exhibition, Monumental, at Hastings Arts Forum in St Leonards on Sea.

Posted 05:38 Monday, Sep 3, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Hastings Arts Forum Katherine Reekie Monumental

Soundings: in search of one father’s war

In March 2017, on a visit to Venice, artist Kate Gritton found herself wandering the corridors of the Jewish Museum. Turning a corner, she came face-to-face with a photograph of a group of people, one the spitting image of her father. The exhibition featured British soldiers in World War II during liberation, but as far as Kate knew, while her father had been in Italy, he hadn’t been stationed in Venice. Thus began a journey of discovery, the expression of which are the 23 paintings that form Soundings, a month-long exhibition, which opens on 29 May at the Hastings Arts Forum. Here, A. Vasudevan catches up with the artist.

Posted 09:57 Tuesday, May 29, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Artist Hastings Arts Forum Soundings

Meet Rachel Glittenberg, artist

Rachel Glittenberg is one of the 24 artists with work on show at Hastings Arts Forum from today (Wednesday 2 May) through to Sunday 13 May. The Festival 15 show has been curated to celebrate 15 years of Hastings Arts Forum and contains work from established Hastings artists like Angie Braven and Gus Cummins through to artists like Colden Drystone who is on the first rung of his art career. Glittenberg is somewhere between those two poles. Erica Smith talks to the artist about her work.

Festival 15 at Hastings Arts Forum

From 2 May to 13 May, Hastings Arts Forum will be celebrating 15 years of its seafront existence, with an exhibition of 24 artists and performances and talks featuring Colden Drystone, Matt Wates and Man in the Moon Theatre, plus a panel talk about Hastings as an arts hub for the South East. 

Posted 17:00 Tuesday, Apr 24, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The (Arts) Forum Art in a Seaside Believing in Time Travel (Moors) Charlotte Snook De La Warr Pavilion Emily Brontë Hastings Arts Forum Joe Hill Joseph Long Man In the Moon Theatre Matt Wate Peter Chowney Rosie Cooper Towner Gallery Wuthering Heights
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