Seaside Steam Print in photos

A HUGE thanks to everyone who came out to last Sunday’s first ever Seaside Steam Print and took part!

The free community event was organised by Eastbourne resident Amanda Ribbans in partnership with Devonshire Collective and funded by Devonshire West Big Local.

And what a great day it was, with hundreds flocking to the makeshift printing press on the streets outside Crown and Anchor Pub and DC2 Makerspaces and Artist Studios to make their own mono print and watch it being steamed live by a 1920s steam roller.

Too many people and local businesses to thank, but a few include Crown and Anchor pub, Emma Mason Gallery, organiser Amanda and her father Hugh and their whole family who took part in running the day.

Here are just a few photographs taken by Brian Booker, plus a video by Jan Turner from DC Print Room. If you look online and search for #SeasideSteam17, you’ll find a few more.

But why not pop into DC1 Cafe & Gallery to see a special exhibition of many original art works created that day, by local residents young and old?

DC1 Cafe & Gallery, 67-69 Seaside Road, Eastbourne

Open Tues-Sun, 11am-5pm

 

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