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An intimate view

Trinity Gallery in Hastings town centre hosts yet another excellent photographic exhibition, running until Friday 16 November. The two-person show called ‘Other Lives’ promises a glimpse into two very different worlds. Erica Smith pulled back the curtains and took a sneaky peak into two very different worlds…

Posted 11:17 Monday, Nov 5, 2012 In: Photography Tags: First floor models fishermen's spaces Gary Imlach Hastings Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Other Lives photographer Photography Soho
Horse Market by Malcolm Glover

Photographers follow myriad themes, subjects and techniques, stamping their own individuality and personality onto their projects. At Hastings Art Forum as part of Brighton Photo Fringe three respected photographers are exhibiting intriguing, disparate black and white documentary projects. HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths

Posted 18:20 Friday, Oct 26, 2012 In: Photography Tags: Boxing Bruce Rae Hastings Arts Forum John Cole Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Lleyn Peninsular Martin Glover shipbuilding
Brian Rybolt

Ospedale al Mare

It’s amazing how people can develop a sixth sense about finding what they really love.  Brian Rybolt tends to have that for old faded, interesting architectural buildings. Enchanted by photographs of the light, atmosphere and patina  of old buildings HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths

Posted 18:13 In: Photography Tags: Brian Rybolt Hastings Art Forum Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Ospedale al Mare

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

Young lives in black and white

It was good news to hear that photographs taken by a group of young people were exhibiting as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe. So HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went to  the Hastings Museum to see how they fared against the professionals.

Posted 11:52 Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012 In: Community Arts Tags: Hastings Museum Hiden Youth Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Stuart Griffiths Xtrax
Telling Stories at Hastings Museum

Telling Stories at Hastings Museum

There are all sorts of stories we tell ourselves, to children, to friends, to parents, to strangers; some true, some embroidered, some simply with facts conveniently omitted or an embellishment of the truth. Long, short, tall, true, false, shaggy dog tales. So hearing that there was an exhibition of Telling Stories at the Hastings Museum  HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths’

Posted 13:19 Friday, Sep 28, 2012 In: Visual Arts Tags: Franny Swann Grace Lau Hastings Museum Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Lucinda Wells Martin Everett Telling Stories Xaverine Bates

Just opened at Lucy Bell’s Gallery in St Leonards is an intriguing, collaborative exhibition – Tableaux Whispers Echoes – from the photographer Bruce Rae, Monty Python’s Terry Jones and painter Tom Phillips.   HOT journalist Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went to discover more about Bruce Rae and how this exhibition came into being.

Posted 11:25 Wednesday, Sep 19, 2012 In: Photography Tags: Bruce Rae butterflies Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Lucy Bell salt printing St Leonards Terry Jones
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Coastal Currents overview

Hastings and St Leonards annual arts festival, Coastal Currents, started last weekend and HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths has been going through the programme.

Posted 19:26 Tuesday, Sep 11, 2012 In: Arts News Tags: 10x10 Aeolian Flow Alex Brattell coastal currents Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Strange Cargo
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