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Flotsam and jetsam

These photographs were all taken during a lowtide lockdown walk from Pett Level to Hastings by photographer Josie Barnes.

Posted 20:00 Wednesday, Jun 3, 2020 In: Photography Tags: Fairlight Hastings Josie Barnes low-tide Pett photographer walk

Portraits, People and Places

Three Way Split is a new annual event sponsored by the Hastings Arts Forum, where a third of all proceeds from the sale of artwork will be given to a nominated charitable organisation within the Hastings/St Leonards community. This year’s donation will go to The Hastings Fishermen’s Protection Society (HFPS). Each piece of artwork will be sold for a fixed fee of only £100.

Posted 19:37 Tuesday, Feb 24, 2015 In: Photography Tags: charitable organisation charity community Hastings Arts Forum Hastings Fishermen's Protection Society John Cole Mike Leale photographer Photography

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…

The perfect Christmas 2014 gift for St Leonards lovers…

Brighton-based photographer JJ Waller first visited St Leonards in 2008, and fell under the spell of the area. Since then he’s made more than 60 visits with his camera, documenting the streets and the people of the town. HOT’s Erica Smith met up with him to find out what attracts him to S’Lens, as he affectionately calls our town.

Posted 14:40 Wednesday, Dec 4, 2013 In: Photography Tags: JJ Waller JJ Waller’s Brighton photographer St Leonards

3 local artists make the Royal Academy

When Helen Hunt went up to the Royal Academy for the traditional ‘Varnishing Day’, she was delighted to discover two more members of Hastings’ arts community had their work on show. HOT’s Erica Smith asked her to tell us more about her day at the RA!

Sculpting time

There is a widely held notion that the camera never lies, that photographs always truthfully represent what is within the viewer. But don’t tell that to photographer Malcolm Glover, says HOT reporter John Cole. 

Posted 21:45 Tuesday, May 28, 2013 In: Photography Tags: John Cole Lucy Bell Gallery Malcolm Glover photographer Photography
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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
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