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A fold in time and space

Fold is a new exhibition by visual artist, Sharon Haward, who has thirty years experience of developing a multi-disciplinary practice hinging on the exploration of site and sense of place. She is exhibiting a range of assemblages and objects inspired by Modernist architecture and the contributions made to it by female and male architects and designers. The work on show has been created during a short residency at The School Creative Centre, Rye. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asks Sharon about the new exhibition, her inspirations and goals.

Posted 07:55 Sunday, May 20, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: christine gist Culture Shift De La Warr Pavilion Fold Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Hastings Voluntary Action Horizons Community Learning Joshua Speer Links Project Louise Kenwood Nicole Zaaroura Project Artworks Sharon Haward Sonneveld House Tempo Arts The Rietveld Schröder House Villa Stenersen

What’s new at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery

Local views are at the heart of two new exhibitions at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery. The works of Vincent Lines and Evacustes A Phipson show Hastings as it was in earlier times.

Posted 06:25 Tuesday, Mar 20, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Anna King Central School of Arts & Crafts Ed Boxall Evacustes A Phipson Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Hastings School of Art Kim Forward Michael McLeod New English Art Club Royal College of Art Royal Watercolour Society Vincent Lines Vincent Lines Prize William Ruskin Butterfield
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A colourful breath of Crete

The Hastings museum is a wonderful place for fossicking around, you never know what you might find – old photographs of Hastings, bird and mammal species alongside Inuit and north American Indian artefacts. So imagine HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths’ surprise, walking upstairs to the Upper Gallery and into sunshine and light.

Posted 14:25 Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018 In: Visual Arts Tags: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Heraklion Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Peter Waldron Zeus

Inside Out: What goes on in the Museum?

Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, run by Hastings Borough Council, invites you to discover more about our local museum. The drop-in event will offer a range of light hearted activities designed to provide an insight into what the museum holds in its collection and how it acquires and looks after objects.

Posted 07:46 Saturday, Nov 18, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: Cllr Kim Forward Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Inside out museum

Cash, Clash and Climate

In this installation at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, Maslen & Mehra, in collaboration with local street artists, Shuby and Delete, bring together an extensive body of work for the first time.

Posted 10:30 Friday, Sep 8, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: Axisweb.org Delete Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Maslen and Mehra Shuby

125 not out

Hastings Museum and Art Gallery’s 125th birthday celebrations were a great success on Wednesday 16 August. It marked 125 years to the day that Hastings’ first public museum opened, on 16 August 1892, with a re-creation of the original opening ceremony at 3.30pm, the exact time the museum was first opened.

Posted 13:16 Sunday, Aug 20, 2017 In: Home Ground Tags: Brassey Institute Cllr Kim Forward Hastings Corporation Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Kim Forward
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Your museum, your say

Culture Shift is working with Hastings Museum and Art Gallery to find out more about how we use the museum, by organising a creative consultation. They would like to invite you to an event to explore your ideas and views on the museum, now and in the future.

Posted 21:50 Thursday, Oct 8, 2015 In: Public Arts Tags: Catherine Orbach consultation Culture Shift Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Sharon Haward Your Museum Your Say

Dance, film and music at AfriKàBa festival

Hastings is host to a series of events celebrating African and Caribbean heritage, arts and culture through dance, film and music. The AfriKàBa festival commences on 3 October in conjunction with Black History Month. Zoya Mathison reports.

Posted 08:41 Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015 In: Music & Sound Tags: Africa Afrikaba dance Dear White People Electric Palace cinema Hastings Film Gwyneth Glyn Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Seckou Keita Sonpikkante the Stade Zoya Mathison
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