1-30 September 2018
[Open Studios 1/2 and 8/9 Sep]


Curated Events Open studios

Ad Hock Studio

This extraordinary space is situated in St Helen’s Woods, a historic 104 acre nature reserve.

The Beacon

Happening at the hilltop hotspot – delicious home-made lunches, cream teas, coffee and cake, tables in the garden and the bar open for your favourite tipple, plus an eclectic mix of artistry to peruse.

Jane Sarre Ceramics

Contemporary servingware and tableware with clean-lined clarity, considered proportion and subtle texture.

Healey Design

A selection of automatic drawings and paintings with abstract gnostic themes.

Leatherwork Studio

Having learnt traditional leatherworking at the Cordwainers College in London, Paul Hope has set up a small leatherworking studio in Hastings.

Urban Theorem – Alexander Lumsden

Swedish born sculptor and process manager at Bronze Age Sculpture Foundry London.

Rob & Lara

Rob Wass and Lara Hailey co-exhibit.

Britannia Enterprise Centre

15 fabulous makers/designers/artists

Ore Place Farmhouse

Joanna Sheldon and Julia Hilton co-exhibit their work.

Tackleway Hall Studio

Work of the late Roland Jarvis. A selection of fantastic paintings, prints, sculptures and drawings are displayed in his unique 48 foot chapel where he lived and worked for over 35 years.

Anne Bertoluzzi

If you love unusual jewellery, step into Chapel House this September and find a world of vibrant colour, texture and enthusiasm. Venetian Bazaar has an eclectic mix that will not disappoint.

Studio 19

Judith Douglas and Dee Harvey make colourful and vibrant ceramics, drawing on their respective backgrounds in textile and theatre design.

Oak Passage Studios

A unique space in the heart of Hastings Old Town. Anna Pontonutti, oil and acrylic paintings, prints and cards. Siobhan Tanner, oil paintings and collage.

Sarah’s Art Group

Original artworks from a group of local artists. Some exhibits will be offered for sale.

Linda King

Linda King at home. ‘Guerrilla Folk Art’ inspired by: Folk/Romany/naïve art, icons, symbolism, neo-surrealism, home and garden…

Mark Eason Art

Mark Eason is an obsessive painter of fish netted by Hastings fisherman: whatever they catch, he paints.

West Hill Artists – Number 9

Five West Hill artists, over two Studios, featuring a collection of prints, paintings and jewellery.

Chris Sherman Fine Art

Fine art painting, sculpture and oil on canvas.

West Hill Artists – Number 102

Five West Hill artists, over two Studios, featuring a collection of prints, paintings and jewellery.

Jill Hartman

Still life in the landscape best describes Jill’s oil paintings and watercolours.

Black Winkle Studio

Paintings and prints by Claire Fletcher, collages and assemblages by Peter Quinnell.

The Workship and Incurva Studios

Art on West Street…

The Sugar House

Sophie Merryn Barnes is a talented young painter whose distorted studies of the human form show a maturity beyond her years.

University Centre Hastings

Please come and look at a variety of student work and meet the staff and students at the new University Centre Hastings across our degree level full & part time courses.

Cafe Grand Rue de Pera

An exhibition of drawings, photos, printed matter and paintings inspired by James Joyce’s Ulysses and Hastings Bloomsday 2017 & 2018 together with 2 short films by Lucy Brennan Shiel showing over open studio weekends only.

Par Dé

Par Dé aims to build a dynamic, fair and sustainable company…

a&e photobooks at roadfactory studios

We are an Hastings/East London-based photography collective. We have individual practices that often tell stories around themes important to us, including family, time, journey, the environment and social issues.

Project Art Works

Project Art Works opens during Coastal Currents with an exhibition showing the inclusive and collaborative nature of our studio.

Half Sovereign Cottage

Roll up, roll up! Amy Fellows will be popping up in Half Sovereign Cottage next to Hastings Fishermen’s Museum.

Common Mormon Studios

Common Mormon Studios is a new studio building on Mount Pleasant Road, a short walk from Alexandra Park & Ore Station.

Dominic Zwemmer

Working with homemade willow charcoal and pencil, Dominic has a passion for wildlife, wild landscapes and seascapes.