Tempo Arts

Tempo Artsis delighted to be working with five international artists to present Your Place, a new digital online project which offers perspectives during the lockdown and beyond.

Your Place launches in July and continues through November 2020 featuring a new interactive work on a monthly basis. Your Place will remain live on the site until April 2021. Your Place is supported by public funding from Arts Council England’s Emergency Response Fund and East Sussex Arts Partnership.

Greig Burgoyne; greigburgoyne.com
Claudia Kappenberg; ckappenberg.info
Tom Cardew; tomcardew.co.uk
Marcos Vidal Font 
Neno Belchev; nenobel.net

We the Future

UCH writes: “At this time of year we would usually be inviting you into our wonderful spaces at University Centre Hastings to see a fantastic array of final year BA Honours work. Unfortunately, along with many public events, we have had to cancel the show but have created this website for you to view the work in all its glory. 

“We would like to congratulate all of our graduating students on managing to finish their degrees at this challenging time, and not only complete their work but make some spectacular final pieces. 

“This year’s graduating students have delivered a range of work that optimises creative problem solving, risk taking and challenging the status quo. An Arts degree means learning how to make art, but it is also about so much more than that. We encourage our students from day one to be themselves and find out more about the kind of creative person they want to be. This is possible through our carefully curated programmes which encourage students to be inquisitive and questioning throughout their lectures, workshops, tutorials and critiques.”

Please enjoy the show at www.uch-show.co.uk and share with friends and family so our students get the wide audience they deserve.

Hastings Museum and Art Gallery 

updates the hashtag #HastingsDigital Museum regularly on Twitter, and has a collection of beautiful paintings available to view online, best accessed via the link on their website. 


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