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Yumino Seki is Under the Moon at the museum

So often you hear in Hastings, the phrase “Aren’t we lucky”– about the weather, the sea, the culture and the diverse creativity of art and music. Surprisingly, amongst this diversity is Butoh dance, created, choreographed and performed by Yumino Seki. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths talked to her about her latest production at Hastings Museum, Gekka, Under the Moon

Posted 18:56 Wednesday, Sep 19, 2018 In: Performance Tags: Butoh dance Gekka Gekka Shourin Zu Hastings Museum & Art Gallery Hyakki yakou Jim Roseveare Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Manjusaka Nick Weekes Sumie Under the Moon yumino Seki

Nature Walk at Ore Valley

The next Heart of Hastings guided Nature Walk is this Saturday 8 September from 10am, featuring tree surgeon and artist, Jim Roseveare, story-teller and herbalist, Ben Edwards and Claire Land, Forest School Leader. Anton Hack writes.

Posted 06:08 Tuesday, Sep 4, 2018 In: Nature Tags: Anton Hack Ben Edwards Forest Schools Heart of Hastings herbalist herbs Jim Roseveare trees
Field 2015

Trees in art and nature

In and around Hastings we are fortunate to have so many trees and woods. Trees mark the changing seasons, the cycle of life. Always changing.  But how often do we think – or even know – about trees? HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths talks to one person who does, Jim Roseveare, tree surgeon, artist and tutor of Looking At Trees with the Workers’ Educational Association, WEA.

Posted 19:51 Saturday, Apr 28, 2018 In: Grassroots Tags: Andrew Kotting Danny Pockets Jim Roseveare Looking At Trees WEA Workers Educational Association yumino Seki

Looking At Trees

Looking at Trees through gentle walks. Discover local trees, woods and parks through short walks with the arboriculturalist/artist, Jim Roseveare and the Workers’ Educational Association.

Posted 04:50 Thursday, Jun 1, 2017 In: Grassroots Tags: Beverely Sell Jim Roseveare Looking At Trees Through Gentle Walks WEA Workers Educational Association
Curious Projects

Thinking and Making

Curious Projects would like you to join them for the Preview evening of

Posted 08:46 Friday, Nov 27, 2015 In: Community Arts Tags: Alice Walter Amy Leung Anika Carpenter Anne Cresswell Ben Browton Caroline Testa Charlie Hurcombe Claire Tindale Elaine Fisher Eldi Dundee Emma Pratt Harriet Hill Jessica Knight Jim Roseveare John King Katherine Sullivan Miranda Ellis Naomi Greeves Nicholas Cheeseman Penny Maltby Poppy Whatmore Rachel Dodson Rupert Hartley Thinking / Drawing Thinking / Making Valerie Large Vanessa Marr Yvette Sullivan + Caelli Brooker
© Lambie Brothers.

An exotic dancer

So many people drift down to live in Hastings – and sometimes you wonder how and why. One particular person is Japanese, Yumino Seki, an exotic bird in our midst, who is introducing us to her European take on Japanese Butoh dance. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was curious to know more about her.

Yumino © Lambie Brothers

Yumino Seki and the world of Butoh

in conversation with Judy Parkinson Yumino Seki sets the scene for her Butoh dance and installation at St Mary in the Castle this week, part of Coastal Currents.

Posted 19:35 Saturday, Sep 6, 2014 In: Performance Tags: Active Arts Arts Council Butoh Durbah Hall Equinox Flower Gary Rowe Jamie Griffiths Jim Roseveare Judy Parkinson Manjusaka Nick Weekes Voice Movement Integration Somatic Practice yumino Seki

HYAKKI YAKOU – A Night Walk of A Hundred Demons

DEMONIC spirits, spine-chilling illusion and a fusion of light and sound will take place within the Indian folly at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery in a performance piece created by Japanese dance artist Yumino Seki, 

Posted 14:41 Wednesday, Sep 4, 2013 In: Performance Tags: Aisa Boaa Anoushka Athique coastal currents Hastings Museum Hyakki yakou Japan400 Jim Roseveare Mai Ngoyen Tri Nick Weekes yumino Seki
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