Join a weekend writing retreat on Saturday 30 June & Sunday 1 July, organised by writers for writers, at Eastbourne’s new Devonshire Collective.Find out more »
A new film club for Devonshire Collective, in partnership with Cross the Screen International Film Festival, this fortnightly evening will create a film scene for the new DC1 Cafe & Gallery on Seaside Road.
Come join us for a night of great cinema and meet like-minded cinema fans in the beautiful surroundings of DC1 Gallery. Expect feature short and experimental films from around the world and from home-grown talent.Find out more »
Two members of Collectress speak with DC Guest Curator and curator of Light Dial Part III, Laura Mousavi, about collaborative practice and working with Rambert Dance company to develop the Light Dial project. Light Dial Part III is a live happening and exhibition at DC1 and off-site performance at Leaf Hall, 19 June - 8 July. It was initially developed as part of the Rambert New Choreography platform and is an ongoing investigation into the creative methodology of musicians/composers Collectress, dancer/choreographer…Find out more »
A meditation on synchronicity, time, and the possibilities of collaboration. Uniquely devised for the setting of Leaf Hall, experimental ensemble Collectress play an original score of delicately textured music interwoven with sequences of choreographed movement.Find out more »
The special launch for our first DC Members Summer Show, a new exhibition showcasing the best work from our 100+ strong membership, made up artists, creatives, makers & more.Find out more »
The language of colour is an exploration of the emotive qualities of colour through the medium of paint. Pushing clashing colours to work in harmony and creating an atmosphere for them to thrive in. Looking at the human experience and creating physical manifestation of feelings through colour.’ Opens on 18 - 24 July (closed Sunday) 18 July, 19 July, 20 July, 24 July 1-4pm 21 July 11am-4pm 24 July Private View 6-8pmFind out more »
On 19 July, DC1 Café and Gallery welcomes director Mark Crane with his remarkable film Heaven’s Rage, currently showing at eight international film festivals, and Leslie Tate, author of the transgender memoir that inspired the film. The session will cover the creative and technical process of screening a book including props, music, LGBTQ issues and a question and answer sessionFind out more »