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Coastal Currents reinvents itself whilst celebrating success through adversity

Coastal Currents is a well established local arts festival with an impressive track record – Stella Keen interviewed director Tina Morris on the difficulties faced in this ‘year of the plague’ and her plans for the future.

Posted 18:16 Tuesday, Oct 6, 2020 In: Arts News Tags: Anna Thomson coastal currents 2020 Digital Open Studios Dirty Old Gallery Isolation Station Hastings Joe Fawcett Malcolm Glover Mark French Peter Quinnell Russell Jacobs Tina Morris university of brighton

Stade Saturdays among Foreshore Trust beneficiaries

The Foreshore Trust has awarded  grants worth more than £45,000 to 11 local projects – including Stade Saturdays – offering a response to the effects of the coronavirus. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 12:34 Saturday, Jun 27, 2020 In: Charities Tags: Charity Committee Foreshore Trust Margi O'Callaghan Nick Terdre stade saturdays Sweet & Dandy Tina Morris

Call out to artists for Coastal Currents 2018

Tina Morris, director of Sweet and Dandy and Coastal Currents is asking for submissions for the 20th Coastal Currents. Anyone can take part, she says, so get planning!

Posted 07:45 Friday, Mar 23, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: coastal currents Tina Morris
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Coastal Currents 2017

Our annual culture Fest, Coastal Currents is almost on us again. The time when strange things can turn up in Hastings – yes, even stranger than normal ­– animate the streets, puzzle onlookers, make us laugh, scratch our heads and visit places we don’t normally visit. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths spoke to Director Tina Morris about what was in store this year.

Posted 14:35 Wednesday, Aug 23, 2017 In: Public Arts Tags: bottle alley Coastal Curents 2017 Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva Greig Bourgoyne Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Lone Town Ray Lee st mary in the castle Tina Morris Zero

Coastal Currents goes independent

Coastal Currents Arts Festival was initiated 16 years ago by Hastings Borough Council and run by them for many years. For the last 9 years, the council has commissioned independent producers to deliver the festival and from 2017, the event will become fully independent.

Posted 07:20 Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: Cllr Dawn Poole coastal currents Home Live Arts Tina Morris
Red Ladies © -Jessica Jordon Wrench

Strange currents in odd places

End of August approaches and with it Hastings and St Leonards annual arts festival, Coastal Currents. Amazingly, now in its sixteenth year, it has been growing exponentially in size and character, attracting international groups and live events as well as supporting local artists. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths talked to one of the curators, Tina Morris.

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