Coastal Currents

DIGITAL COASTAL CURRENTS DURING COVID...

Since the challenges of COVID – Coastal Currents wants to help support the creative economy with as many opportunities as possible…so we created digital platforms for showcasing culture and supporting the creative economy at this time.

We started AUDIOTROPE – a platform for musicians to support their digital presence and provide them with gigs and audiences at a time they need them most.

We have found there has been a profound effect on everyone involved.

We are currently still unfunded and would welcome any donations which we promise will go direct to musicians.

gofundme.com/audiotrope-2021

If you would like to watch the performances you can see them here and watch live every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday Acoustic at 4pm.

If you are a performer who is looking for a gig – do contact us on info@audiotrope.com

audiotrope.com
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AUDIOTROPE

SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN – APPLY HERE

WE WILL ALSO TRY TO KEEP COMMISSIONS COMING TO KEEP THE CREATIVE ECONOMY GOING>>>

OPEN STUDIOS FILMS

Click here to watch all the OPEN STUDIO FILMS created in 2020.

More coming soon…

 

OPEN STUDIOS submissions open

Submissions are open now for you to take part in Coastal Currents Open Studios 2021.

SUBMIT your event or exhibition now, physical or digital to be part of the 2021 brochure.

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Curated Events Open studios

AUDIOTROPE

Funding and supporting musicians with gigs and audiences during Covid-19 March schedule out NOW
Donate at gofundme.com/audiotrope-2021

CC2020 Brochure out now!

Well 2020 is unusual that’s for sure. But if Coastal Currents can create as much artistic noise as possible we know everyone will feel a lot better! So here’s to an ONLINE OPENING PARTY next Friday

Eastbourne now part of Coastal Currents

We already have an incredible pool of creative talent that lives and works in 1066 Country. From Battle to Udimore, taking in Bexhill, Hastings, Fairlight, St Leonards, Rye and Northiam. But now this year we have

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