Seaside Film Club – 5 July

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.

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Seaside Film Club – 21 June – Once There Was a Girl (2016)

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.

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Seaside Film Club – Après coup – 7 June

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. 

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Slowness: Artist Talk with Brian McClave (Site Eye)

We present a special Artist Talk with Brian McClave from Site-Eye, whose digital works are part of the Slowness exhibition on at DC1 Cafe & Gallery. Site-Eye evolved out of the fine art video and photography practice of Brian McClave, coupled with the computer programming background of his brother Gareth McClave. The company has grown into the […]

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Slowness: an exhibition exploring storytelling, The Chinese Room & Site-Eye

In an age of fibre-optic broadband, high processing gadgets and our ever-increasing appetite for fast disposal content and information, we are living in an age of speed. For our February 2018 exhibition, whose aim is to explore digital art and culture in conjunction with our second Digital Weekender, we present two bodies of digital art work whose process and construction is based on slowness and looking again.

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