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Arts Diary

Jazzing Up the Stade On Tuesday 5 July, award-winning saxophonist, Gilad Atzmon, will be headlining at the Jazz Hastings July monthly session at the East Hastings Sea Angling Association on the Stade along with his trio featuring two of the…
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HIP Congratulates Project Art Works as Runners Up in this year’s Turner Prize

Project Art Works Exhibition at the Hastings Contemporary We hope that the recognition of collective action, artists and activism so clearly articulated in the Turner Prize 2021, represents acceptance of neurodivergent and wider perspectives and stories in life, art and…
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And the Winner is?

By Nick Pelling By now, anyone with a vague interest in the art world, probably knows that our local art collective, Project Artworks, has been short-listed for the national Turner Prize. Over the years, of unmade beds and dissected cows,…
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INTERVIEW

Lost and Found The curator of the new Hastings Contemporary exhibition speaks toKent Barker. “I was open-mouthed in wonder” James Russell told HIP.  This was the moment he first laid eyes on the ‘lost’ Ravilious, Mackerel Sky.  To be brutally…
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ARTS DIARY

The Kino Teatr in Norman Road St Leonards reopened with a short season of Oscar nominated or winning films including Nomadland. In June there’s a Coffee Concert: A Garden of Songs by Women Composers 1890s-1920s. In July they are screening…
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Arts Diary

Hastings Contemporary has re-opened after Lockdown2 with two hugely anticipatedexhibitions – Lakwena Maciver’s Homeplace and Stephen Chambers’ The Court of Redonda. Lakwena Maciver, one of the UK’s most exciting contemporary black artists, creates painted prayers and meditations which respond to…
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