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Looking Forward – Gary Hume : Flashback

Published on July 12, 2012 in Art & Design, News

This Saturday sees the opening of a brand new exhibition at the Jerwood Gallery. Gary Hume : Flashback features a range of paintings and sculptures produced by the Turner Prize-nominated artist. To celebrate its launch Gary Hume himself will be at the gallery for an exclusive “in conversation” event from 11am. Tickets cost £10, which

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60 Years Of Brit Art @ Dragon Bar

To coincide with the diamond jubilee, the Dragon Bar have a very special art exhibtion, celebrating sixty years of British Art. The eclectic retrospective features the work of Jamie Hewlett (of Gorillaz fame), Ben Eine, Damien Hirst, Peter Blake, Deface, David Hockney, Bridget Riley … and a couple of Banksy’s thrown in for good measure!

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Let’s Eat Local – Webbe’s @ The Jerwood Gallery

Published on June 1, 2012 in Food & Drink, Reviews

This Is Hastings was feeling like a treat, so headed down to Rock-a-Nore for a late lunch at Webbe’s @ The Jerwood Gallery. (after a recommendation from local talent Derek Brown) Although in search of just food, the £2 gallery entry fee was still required (although this is seemingly to change in the future) –

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Dog Blog – Patch

Published on May 2, 2012 in Dog Blog

STATISTICS Name: Patch (aka Sir Patch – The Great Houdini) Age: 16 Breed: Jack Russell General Info: This Is Hastings met Patch while taking some air on George Street last night. Even though Patch lost leg chasing horse and cart, it hasn’t slowed him down! He’ll still chase anything – so watch out all you

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This Is Hastings @ The Green Fuse Exhibition

While strolling down St Leonards way yesterday evening, This Is Hastings assumed, from the bulging attendance that Danny Dyer was making a guest appearance Hastings Arts Forum as well as Fluid.

 
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Looking Forward – A Toast To The Queen

While This Is Hastings was swinging by Sussex Coast College this afternoon, we came across a new, rather interesting installation being setup. It turns out, this is all part of a new exhibition aptly named Queen On Toast. The crunchy multitude of monarchs will be on display between April 17 and May 4 with the

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Hidden Hastings – Come And Sea …

This is Hastings, were made aware of a few more of these works which are popping up around the town by our followers. So we thought best to seek them out for ourselves (after our breakfast review of Smiths!) We came and conquered! If you find any more please leave us a comment (below) or

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Local Talent – David Graham

Hastings’ Stade has been inspiration for artists throughout the ages. With the fishing fleet, and net huts providing wonderful material for any artist to capture.

 
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Local Talent – Alan Rankle

This is Hastings caught up with the artist Alan Rankle in his studio today to get some picture of his work space and talk about his relationship with Hastings and St Leonards and how it has helped to inspire over two decades worth of his work.

 
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