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Life drawing sessions for those living with dementia. This drop in session is hosted by Drawing Life in Hastings Contemporary's studio space.
A monthly creative workshop (with drinks!) in Hastings Contemporary's Studio space, led by a different artist each session. Suitable for ages 18+.
Monday August 5th - Friday August 9th. Hastings Storytelling Festival has been enriching the town since 2011 through a series of high profile events and workshops, championed by our shared patron, Sir Quentin Blake.
Hastings Contemporary are delighted to welcome back Litfest, for two adult, professional creative writing workshops in our Studio space
A four-stage journey through relaxation, awareness, connection and empowerment in or main gallery space, pre-public opening.
An illustrated lecture in Hastings Contemporary's Studio by historian, writer and artist Kate Aspinall.
Place, Space and Colour – Two St Ives Artists. Lectures on Peter Lanyon and Patrick Heron by poet and art historian Colin Pink.
November 16th & 23rd
Celebrate the uniqueness of museum and gallery shops. Book, print & original artwork signing by local illustrators Jo Williamson and Guy Callaby at 2pm. Drop in family craft activity for gallery visitors.
Free First Tuesday December Special featuring live music from Pepe Belmonte & The Shady Pines. Free to all from 4-8pm.
A special event for Primary and Secondary teachers and teaching assistants.
Community led Hastings Old Town event, encouraging support for independent retailers, local artists and makers. Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th December.
Open to all Hastings Contemporary Members.
In Conversation with writer, director and son of Victor Willing & Paula Rego, Nick Willing - and writer and art critic John McEwen.
Hastings Contemporary were excited to host two unique, sold out performance events earlier this year, in our gallery space
Free First Tuesday February featuring live music from Jason McNiff. Free to all from 4-8pm.
Workshop for young people exploring the power of creativity in protest. Age 8+