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J.Davey Winter Main 'Gold in the Mountains'

Re-interpreting the past through museum exhibits

It is always a delight to go to Hastings Museum and Art Gallery. Around every corner there is surprise. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was intrigued by SOCO Artists’ latest project – an imaginative response to the museum’s exhibits: drawings and paintings, concertina-ed books, beautifully made objects, found objects and textiles.

Posted 11:04 Wednesday, Jul 18, 2018 In: Visual Arts Tags: Adrienne Hunter Alex Leadbeaer Carly Ralph Charles Dawson Charlotte Snook George Bristow grey owl Hastings Museum & Art Gallery Jean Davey Winter Mary Moris Oona Bell Robert Tressell Roz Cran SoCo Artists William Henry Borrow William Morris

How would Tressell vote on 3 May?

How would Robert Tressell, author of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, vote in the forthcoming local elections? More than a century after his death, Tressell’s legacy is disputed among those who call themselves socialists. Former Labour Party member Michael Madden wonders how he would find today’s Hastings.

MONEY CAN'T BUY US LOVE

Love and capitalism

In this, his third article about the changing nature of human relationships (Forever in our hearts, Sept 2014 and Drama of Love and Hate, Dec 2014), Sean O’ Shea considers the impact of capitalism on the way we love, the world of internet dating, the frailty of human bonds and the importance of fellowship.

Posted 18:52 Monday, Feb 2, 2015 In: SOS Tags: A Dream of John Ball Alan Sugar Childline Claude Kaufmann commodification crisis in intimacy Erich Fromm Facebook fellowship of compassion Grundrisse internet dating Jerry Hall Liquid Love: on the frailty of Human Bonds Marx News From Nowhere sane society Stuart Jeffries The Apprentice The Guardian the marketing character Twitter William Morris Zygmunt Bauman
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