Fine and Decorative Arts
18 Hours Events
18 Hours produces high quality, diverse artistic and cultural experiences that educate as well as entertain. Our inclusive, sustainable, accessible events include Hastings Storytelling Festival, St Leonards Festival, Journeys Dance Festival and Streets of Battle. We are also the Development Education Centre for East Sussex, working with teachers to integrate global education, diversity and sustain…
Visual Artist, Fashion Designer & DJ. Based in Hastings, can create custom Visual Art/ Fashion as well as alterations.
I make paintings and prints of domestic objects such as rusty enamel jugs, garden tools and birds, which are usually life-size. I also make images of the sea – which inspired me to move to St Leonards in 2002. Large waves are created using an energy like the ocean itself, with paint dripped, poured and scraped back in a state of constant change between ebb and flow. I like to paint the ocean from…
I am a recent First Class BA (Hons) Filmmaking graduate of Kingston School of Art. I was born in Hastings and I have just moved back to St Leonards after completing my studies. Through my experiences at University and in the industry, I have become particularly interested in documentary film and photography. With a focus on the ideological side as opposed to the technical, I am particularly attrac…
A visual artist using photography & video interested in our environment, history, humanity, gender. Working on self directed projects in the gallery and in the community. Received the National Open Art Award in 2016. Studied at University Westminster BA Photography in 2008. Received a residency post in January 2018 now part of a forthcoming touring Arts Council Funded Exhibition Constructed Ge…
I’m a singer songwriter, and teach singing, guitar, ukulele, songwriting and beginners piano. I can perform my original songs and covers (mainly 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s) and also paint and write poetry and prose.
Freelance artist, writer and teacher. Co-author: What they didn’t teach you in art school (Octopus books, Ilex, 2016)
Anne-Marie Watson’s drawings are handwritten, flowing texts which describe memories and reflections of past events and thoughts on present experiences. They answer urgent, interesting questions or repeat the same word over and over again. Their creation is an absorbing, time consuming process which necessitates commitment and patience. Akin to one off performances the works are highly charged docu…