DC2 Print Room Show now extended until Saturday 23rd February Plus on Saturday 16th February, Jan Turner is giving a talk on “How Did They Do That?” Discussing the prints and their artists. Come join us at DC1 from 2.30pm until 5pm – fully stocked Cafe and licensed bar. The DC Print room is now […]
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 […]
Devonshire collective Members Exhibition : After Dark Exhibition Opens: Wednesday 12th December – Saturday 12th January 2019. 11am – 5pm, Tues- Sat. Opening Celebration, Late Night Shopping & DC Members Social on Friday 14th December, 6.30pm – 8.30pm DC Members exhibiting are; Judith Alder ~ Lucy Brennan Shiel ~ Izabela Brudkiewicz ~ Stephen Cogger ~ Nikki Davidson Bowman ~ Lucy […]
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
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 […]
Light Dial part 3 is the continuation of an ongoing experimental collaborative project between Collectress (artists/musicians Rebecca Waterworth, Quinta, Caroline Buckley and Alice Eldridge), and artist duo Rutter & Bennett. Through sharing methodologies, improvisation, discussion and doing as a form of making, the artists will work together to create musical compositions, drawings, collages and choreographed movement.
Fretting is a descriptive term for anxiety. It is also an activity: as a child I went “fretting” with my Dad, a Longshoreman of Eastbourne. On winter days, we would scour the sand at low tide, looking for valuable metal objects – coins, rings, medals etc. Today, I continue this tradition of fretting, but now I collect plastic trash. I fret about the amount of plastic that is accumulating in our environment. The work in this exhibition is the expression of my feelings about plastic pollution in the ocean.
Come join an informative Walk & Talk with Guest Curator Emma Mason and learn more about our April Threshold exhibition Art For All, which shows the original lithographs commissioned by Guinness Breweries in 1956 and 1962 to celebrate the first edition of the Guinness book of Record.
Join a special illustrated talk by Emma Mason, The Story of the Guinness Lithographs, and learn more about our April Threshold exhibition Art For All, which shows the original lithographs commissioned by Guinness Breweries in 1956 and 1962 to celebrate the first edition of the Guinness book of Record. Buy some Guinness Cake from our […]