Community Stuff are an Eastbourne based not for profit company who have applied for grant funding to run great projects in the community for the past six years, working in partnership with many local organisations including Children’s Centres, Mind, and local Foodbanks. The exhibition Changes in my Lifetime, is our second Heritage project, and is […]
Rosie Montford (Printmaking)
Vicki Painting (Photography)
Jim Roseveare (Film & Installation)
Anthony Stevens (Textiles)
Lindsay Talmud (Pottery)
Talk & display on WW1 Indian soldiers from Brighton & Hove Black History 1-3pm £3 entry, free for Devonshire West residents
Diverse Sussex is a new visual arts exhibition featuring 6 visual artists who have created new work in response to Sussex’s diverse heritage and population. The artists are Maria Amidu, Akila Richards, Amanda Jobson, Judith Ricketts, Amy Zamarripa Solis
The exhibition will be accompanied by a public programme of artist talks, workshops and interventions, plus film, music, food and spoken word.
Helen Cammock is based in London and works across a variety of mediums, including photography, spoken word, writing, song, performance, printmaking, and installation. Through her artistic practice, Cammock explores histories, storytelling, and overlooked or silenced perspectives. She has drawn inspiration from figures like Nina Simone, Maya Angelou, James Baldwin, and Philip Larkin. Helen Cammock was awarded […]
A group show from Tears of the Earth Artist Group. More information forthcoming.
Space available at DC2 Studio! Our Studio 4 is a private artists studio in our fantastic DC2 building. We offer a minimum 6 month renewable contract at £250 per month for a peaceful space within a vibrant community. Facilities include, but are not limited to, a kitchenette and a common space with free wifi in […]
Zan’s latest work, which is being shown at the DC1, includes a collection of paintings called ‘Creation’, depicting various views of nature.
We live in a busy materialistic world, often completely unaware of the beauty on our doorstep. The ever changing colours often seen daily are missed by the passerby. The camera alters the whole composition and feel; exaggerating the foreground and flattening the distant hills or mountains.
Zan like’s to depict this scenery, usually hundreds of years old, but sometimes developed by man.
Eastbourne’s Devonshire Ward is home to a rich variety of food and drinks retailers from around the world. The Seaside Road area of the ward has a particularly vibrant community of restaurants and cafes and is also home to Devonshire Collective’s gallery, studios, and artists’ workshops.