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Photohastings

Photohastings’ season of photography

October sees commencement of the Photohastings 2019 season of photography, which runs through October and November, Andrew Moran (Co-chair of Photohastings) reports.

Conversations without words

This Saturday sees the opening of a one-month long visual conversation between four artists. Erica Smith visited Solaris gallery in Norman Road, St Leonards to listen to the pictures talk.

In Search of The Real: Lucent © Lucinda Wells

Light fantastic

Cafes started popping up and now art galleries are joining in the vibrancy and change happening around St Leonards on Sea, which can only be a good thing, since there are so few galleries for St Leonards’ artists to exhibit in. One of the latest ones to open their doors is Solaris run by art digital printer, Alexandra Drawbridge. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went along to see Solaris’ first solo show by photographer Lucinda Wells: In search of the Real: Lucent.

Posted 12:57 Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017 In: Photography Tags: Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Leonard Cohen Lucinda Wells

Art Station to Art Station…

Even after Coastal Currents, it is impossible to escape from art in this town… Last Thursday saw the opening of the second photography show at Hastings Station by a group of artists known collectively as ‘EDGE’. And this weekend, the forecourt of St Leonards Warrior Square station will become the arena for a very slow race by life-size garden gnomes, whilst the ‘SPACE’ next door will be the temporary home for installations by a group of Belgian artists. HOT’s Erica Smith sees her home town through alien eyes.

Posted 09:30 Tuesday, Oct 6, 2015 In: Arts News Tags: Antoine Jacquz Art Brussels Camille Lavier Capucine Tirfort Cecile Satin christine gist Claudia Kappenburg David Ek Edge Erica Smith Estelle Cernichowski Gabrielle Lerch gnomes Grace Lau Hastings Julien Dumond Laurent Quentin Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Le Cambre Line Lucinda Wells Nicole Zaaroura Philippe de Chiree Photography Romane Gerard Roz Cran St Leonards Station There is no place like home Warrior Square William Waseige William Wasigo
Grace Lau's photographic interpretation of 'Edge' (Photo by ZR)

Exploring the Edge

Earlier this week, I went along to the Hastings Community Network’s Culture Exchanges meeting at The Jerwood, exploring art and culture in Hastings and St Leonards-on-Sea – and one of the ideas as to how art could be brought to a wider community was ‘more art in public spaces – such as car parks, supermarkets and pubs’. The Edge, a newly formed collective of artists currently exhibiting at Hastings Station, agree 100% with this suggestion, ‘hoping to continue showing photography in unexpected places’. HOT’s Zelly Restorick went along to The Station Gallery to see the different interpretations of ‘Edge’.

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
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