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Hastings Museum & Art Gallery reopens!

Hastings Museum & Art Galley returns with their post-lockdown exhibition called ‘Hastings Open 2020’, celebrating some of the region’s best artistic talent, alongside national and international work, writes HOT’s

Posted 16:07 Thursday, Aug 27, 2020 In: Public Arts Tags: Ben Urban Covid-19 safe attraction Ellen Prebble Flatland Project Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Hastings Open 2020 Kate Adams Kenton Lowe Monika Veriopoulus new exhibition Patrick Jones Project Art Works
Sharif Persuad. Courtesy Project Art Works

London exhibition for Hastings Project Arts’ Sharif Persaud

There is much to love about Hastings and St Leonards: not least the seaside and creativity here, but also the sense of community and support of people who are less well off or generally find life challenging. Project Art Works is a very special organisation that works creatively alongside people with complex needs. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths met up with creative director Tim Corrigan to talk about one of their artists/makers, Sharif Persaud, who has an exhibition of his work in London. 

Posted 18:13 Wednesday, Feb 19, 2020 In: Visual Arts Tags: Kate Adams Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Project Arts Project Sharif Persaud Tim Corrigan

Hotel becomes a gallery space for local artists

Premier Inn today announces its support for arts charity, Project Art Works, which will result in eight pieces of previously unseen artwork being displayed on the walls of a number of Premier Inn hotels.

Posted 13:59 Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation Beatrice Vears David Tugwell Explorers Kate Adams Premier Inn Project Art Works Sam Smith
Still life with plastics and plant 2010/2011 © Project Art Works Eden Kotting

Project Art Works breaks through

The innovative Project Art Works is UK’s leading artist led organisation that works with people with profound intellectual impairment and complex needs. It was started 21 years ago. In Hastings. Since then it has inspired similar schemes across the country – with international links. Isn’t Hastings amazing? It is staggering what Hastings achieves with limited resources and massive enthusiasm and  ambition. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths applauds Project Art Works’ hard work.

Posted 10:38 Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018 In: Community Arts Tags: Arts Council Paul Hamlyn Foundation Black Shed Gallery Charlotte Stephens De La Warr Pavilion Eden Kotting Hastings Kate Adams Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Matt Pitts Project Art Works Sam Smith

Collaboration

Two Hastings charities – Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust and Project Art Works – have declared an alliance based on ‘shared values and overlapping goals’. Susie Tinker, trustee of Heart of Hastings writes.

Dorothy stil life, Eden Kotting, 2015

In the Realm of Others

In the entrance to the De La Warr exhibition space is a soundscape of taps, slurps and strokes – of paint moving across canvas and paper. In front of that are large shelves stuffed full of an archive of canvases and paper. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was intrigued.

Posted 12:50 Wednesday, Oct 14, 2015 In: Visual Arts Tags: Albert Geere Carl Sexton De La Warr Pavilion Eden Kotting In the Realm of Others Kate Adams Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Neville Jermyn Project Art Works Sam Smith

The Hastings Way to Film

Is there a Hastings school of film? A style of film-making distinct to the area and its people? After all Hastings “is one of the most creative parts of the UK” as artist Gary Dorking remarked recently here in Hastings Online Times. A recent programme of films under the title ‘Arrow in the eye’ at the Electric Palace on May 13 sought to answer this question, and Richard Hull watched and listened with keen attention.

Posted 20:18 Thursday, May 24, 2012 In: Film Tags: Andrew Kotting Catharine Brown Ian Sinclair Kate Adams Katrin Magowitz Letitia Yhap Maika Compton Mark French Nick Pilton Nick Snelling Nicola Bruce Richard Heslop Richard Hull
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