‘Is This Planet Earth?’ is an art exhibition that is intended not for humans but for aliens. They visit us in the future but arrive too late to see nature in reality. Life on earth – wiped out by global warming, mass-extinction and contamination – now exists only in the imaginations of artists.
Member of the Rye Society of Artists
The RSA is made up of practising artists living and working within a 15 mile radius of Rye with an evolving membership of painters, sculptors, printmakers, ceramicists and more recently, photographers. More than half a century since its inception, the RSA show is held in the Dance Hall through out August and is a big attraction for summer visitors to Rye. The group has included several Royal Academicians and both Fred Cuming RA and Gus Cummins RA are currently members. Our first elected photographer was Fay Godwin and John Ryan of Captain Pugwash fame was a member for many years. One of our more recent members is Dave McKean, the internationally renowned graphic novelist and film maker who designed the 60th anniversary poster in 2011.
Unique hand-made enamel jewellery created by British designer Katherine Reekie. Lovingly crafted and totally unique, each piece is a work of art. The perfect gift for a friend or treat for yourself. Enamelling is the ancient art of fusing glass to metal through the process of firing . The bonding of the two ensures a glorious formation of colour, texture and pattern. Through developing skills and experimenting with ideas and techniques. Katherine Reekie has created a wide variety of themed and abstract pieces for sale.
The Arts Forum is located on the sea front at St. Leonards Marina. You’ll find us at the west end of the landmark “Marine Court”. We are a “not for profit” community-based, networking organisation dedicated to promoting and developing an arts infrastructure for the town. Hastings Arts Forum, 36 Marina, St. Leonards on Sea, Hastings, East Sussex TN38 0BU
Phone 01424 201636
is an evolving group of professional artists, based in East Sussex which presents a challenging programme of exhibitions, public arts, events and talks in an eclectic range of venues, taking their work to a wide and varied audience.