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Plastication Imagination photography on Hastings seafront

Marybeth Haas shares her thoughts and ideas behind this series of six images, currently exhibited on advertising boards on Hastings promenade, a Coastal Currents and Photo Hastings event running until 27 October.

Posted 17:55 Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019 In: Photography Tags: Andy Dinsdale coastal currents conscious arts environmental crisis Marybeth Haas mb haas Photo Hastings Photography plastication imagination Strandliners

Wild Hastings photography exhibition at the station

Wild Hastings features the work of PhotoHastings members Rose Biela, Ian Grant, Marybeth Haas and Andrew Moran and is part of the 2018 PH season of events. Marybeth Haas shares her vision for curating this free and accessible exhibition at Hastings Rail Station on now until 31 January 2019.

Posted 16:39 Wednesday, Dec 5, 2018 In: Photography Tags: Andrew Moran Art connecting with nature Hastings Rail Station Ian Grant Marybeth Haas mb haas nature Photo Hastings photography exhibition well being Wild Hastings

Politically charged imagery

Photology – a monthly event presenting discussions around photography from some of the most significant artists, curators and writers working today- has been an integral part of the PhotoHastings calendar since the events begun in 2012.

Posted 11:15 Wednesday, Nov 9, 2016 In: Photography Tags: Alex Brattell. Becky Beasley Cat Phillips Crushed Missile El Lissitzky JD Bar John Slyce Peter Kennard Photo Hastings Photo Op PhotoHastings Rodchenko Sarah French Slade School of Art Unofficial War Artists Working Press

Octet

In musical terms an octet refers to eight singers or musicians who perform together in complementary fashion. In Octet, currently on exhibition at St Mary in the Castle, eight Photo Hastings photographers exhibit together in a complimentary fashion that any musical ensemble would be proud of.

Posted 20:47 Friday, Nov 4, 2016 In: Photography Tags: Anne Lydiat Ian Grant Ian Land John Cole Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Lesley Parkinson Mel Brewer Photo Hastings Photography Tom Jervis

Lovers, fighters, smokers, workers… and photographers

In case you hadn’t noticed, Hastings is currently saturated with photographic images. From John Cole’s tarpaulin-sized portraits of fishermen hung around the Stade, the ‘Edge’ group show along the footbridge at Hastings station, all the way to Dan Bass’s trestle mounted prints next to St Leonards station, the town is awash with established and developing photographers. HOT’s Erica Smith embraced the Photo Hastings festival and reports back…

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