- Everywhere Means Something to Someone - the people's guidebook to Romney Marsh
- Charivari 2020 - Let's Dance Film
- Charivari Swallow hat and Mobile Phone twirler Demonstration
- Charivari Anchor hat and Heart twirler demonstration
- Charivari 2020 - Let's Dance carnival
- Charivari 2020 - Let's Dance lesson
- Covid 19
- Cheriton Light Festival 2020
- Everywhere Means Something to Someone
- charivari day 2019
- The Parish Frieze
- The Votive Fishing Fleet
- Unveiling The Elwick Etchings
- Forget Me Not events
- Folkestone Embarkations by John Wedgwood-Clarke
- Interview with Ross Ashton & Karen Monid
- Interview with Jyll Bradley
- In Favour of Public Space
- Darren Henley visits Strange Cargo
- The People's Guidebook to Lens
- Strange Cargo: the future of cultural participation
My Heart Belongs to Hastings
23 September 2012
The project, My Heart Belongs to Hastings launches during the Coastal Currents Arts Festival with an unveiling of the sculpture on 23rd September at Goats Ledge, St. Leonards on Sea. The commission will become a permanent sculpture on the seafront to be enjoyed and contributed to by everyone.
Residents from and visitors to Hastings will have the opportunity to contribute and be part of the sculpture in a series of workshops leading up to the unveiling where they will have the opportunity to decorate a padlock with a message, love token, or their initials, as a reminder and souvenir of their participation in the artwork. Each padlock will represent an individual member of the community, who will all contribute their personalised padlock to the artwork. The sculpture will be created using reclaimed greenheart groyne timbers from Pevensey Bay coastal defence work, each wooden post weathered by years of saltwater and spray.
On Saturday 22nd September, Brigitte Orasinski, our Artistic Director will be discussing the project in a free public talk at the Stade Hall in Hastings from 5-7.30pm. A workshop will be run alongside this inviting all who attend to decorate a padlock. This is FREE and padlocks and materials will be provided.
There will be two further, free, public workshops to decorate a padlock at 10.30am and 2.30pm on Friday 21st September at the Stade Hall on the Stade in Hastings.