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Immerse © Nick Snelling

An artistic, dynamic collaboration

He said, She said is on at the blackShed Gallery, Russet Farm, Redlands Lane, Robertsbridge, East Sussex.TN32 5NG until 16 March, 2019. Open Tuesday-Friday 10am-4.00pm Saturday 10-.4.30.

Fever Of The Light

Filmmaker Rebecca E. Marshall has created a letter-in-film to her son in 2033 when he will turn eighteen. According to current predictions, this will be the time when humanity will be preparing for the first manned mission to Mars. Zelly Restorick asks Rebecca about her connection with Hastings, film and her inspiration for Fever Of The Light.

Posted 11:16 Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018 In: Film Tags: Agafya Lykova astronauts Fever Of The Light Mars mission Rebecca E Marshall the blackShed gallery

Battle Festival 2017 draws record numbers  


Posted 15:38 Wednesday, Nov 1, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: Battle Festival Hannah Collisson Ian Penny Keane Mrs Yarrington's Music Club the blackShed gallery The Primrose Quartet Tim Rice-Oxley

Blackshed receives 1066 Business Award

Established in 2010 and having featured some of the most prominent artists to come out of the South East, the blackShed Gallery in Robertsbridge has won a fantastic award in recognition of their achievements.

Posted 11:22 Friday, Jul 22, 2016 In: Arts News Tags: 1066 Business Awards Kenton Lowe the blackShed gallery


A history of Victorian Pantomime in paper-cut. Specially commissioned for Christmas, ‘Harlequinade’ exhibits the work of Ian Penney, one of the UK’s finest paper-cut artists, who has sold work all over the world. Ian has created 14 stunning paper-cuts celebrating Victorian Pantomime, which emerged from the Commedia dell’arte: “truly a great show for the Christmas season”.

Posted 11:59 Friday, Dec 11, 2015 In: Visual Arts Tags: Harlequinade paper-cuts the blackShed gallery
Nick Snelling Painting

Sea, Pier and Splash Point

Local painter, crest-of-the-waves photographer and filmmaker, Nick Snelling, is exhibiting at The BlackShed Gallery, evolving his relationship with the sea, his camera and his paints and pallette. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asked him some questions about his inspiration.

Posted 20:53 Wednesday, Oct 15, 2014 In: Visual Arts Tags: Nick Snelling Pier and Splash Point sea the blackShed gallery Zelly Restorick
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