Arts

Arts Diary

‘The Holy Rebel’ exhibition at Stella Dore Gallery continues until 20th July. Read the result of our interview with the artist, Rugman. Read the HIP's review here. ‘Sixty Feet of Water Between Life and Imaginative Obsession’ is a new exhibition…
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Blue Moon

Alan Rankle visits A Wave of Dreams Arts Lab as it marks the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landings While she is known primarily for the lucidly evocative, large-scale but minimalist paintings launched at her 2018 exhibitions in Milan and…
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Perspectives

The Hastings Fringe comes to St. Leonards on Sunday 14 July with Perspectives, an evening of readings in the wonderful Bookkeeper bookshop in Kings Road. Local authors Steve Amos and Bronwen Griffiths will be exploring male and female perspectives on…
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“Dead”

Mia L considers local artist Ian Probert's recent show at the Arts Forum Ian Probert's debut show is something of a sombre affair, as its succinct title suggests. Probert uses watercolour, to immortalise a plethora of counter culture icons, each…
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Good Times by The Sea

By Ade Peachment Of all the festival experiences I’ve enjoyed, one truly stands out. Picture the scene, an overcast deer park in Herefordshire and the final day of the Big Chill Festival. We’re heading to the stage, whilst The Politician…
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ARTS DIARY

Hastings Furniture Service has been asked to make use of an empty building in Western Road, Bexhill, while the owner looks for a long-term tenant. They are interested in co-operating with local creatives to maintain a varied project space. Open…
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