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.
A free workshop for local photographers to learn new skills and create work for Food Chain, a new photographic commission conceived to engage with the food retailers in our community, to strengthen relationships and provide visitors to Seaside Road with an insight into the lives and inspirations of the people behind this food scene.
Tonight’s Cafe Culture is canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. We will reschedule the workshop later this spring. 6-7pm Talk: Applying to Towner’s Sussex Open 7-9pm Workshop: Photographing your art work The documentation of the work of art is crucial for its afterlife in portfolios, submissions press and publications. Through a presentation with helpful and practical […]
Make a blueprint image using the Victorian cyanotype process creating experimental images which appear through exposure to UV light.
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 […]
We are recruiting twelve photographers to take participate in our FREE workshops as part Food Chain.
Food Chain is a new photographic commission conceived to engage with the food retailers in our community, to strengthen relationships and provide visitors to Seaside Road with an insight into the lives and inspirations of the people behind this food scene.
In world obsessed with the perfect self-image, Fotofonty is inviting you to unperfect yourself and create an alternative portrait.
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.