PROJECT at Stade Hall
Creative Coast is managing Project based at the Stade Hall until October 2011.
Project is a community arts space delivering contemporary arts exhibitions and community engagement projects.
Free workshops at Project at Stade Hall
Family Drop in workshops every Saturday 1-4pm
15 Aug- Kite Flying
20 Aug-Creative session
27 Aug- LED Badge making
3 Sept - Print workshop with Ed Boxall
10 Sept- Animation
17 Sept - Fanzine making
24 Sept - Creative Session
15 & 22 Aug, 7-9pm - Movement
15 Aug, 7-9pm - Song writing
26 Aug, 7pm- Fascinator making
29 Aug, 2-4pm - Free Range Narrative
WEDNESDAY TALKS - All talks are free and part of a funded programme
10 Slides 10 Minutes
Wednesday 31 August 6– 8pm
A selection of 5 artists will give a short 10-minute presentations on their recent work and discuss their artistic process. This is a unique opportunity to have a drink, meet the artists and engage in an informal critical discussion. Artists include; Martin Everett, Kay- Avery Stallion, Erica Smith, Rachel Heavens and Jim Roseveare. FREE, all welcome
How to write a successful funding application
7 September, 10 – 4pm
Emilia Telese a Brighton based artist will offer a combined session of peer critique forum, funding strategy and proposal writing workshop for artists developing or planning funding applications in the near future, designed to help increase their chances of success when applying to galleries. You will be asked if you would like your draft proposal to be used as a case study in the seminar.
FREE- Funded workshop- An unmissable opportunity to gain some invaluable advice! To book please contact: Creative Coast email@example.com, 07841757866
Artist Led Organisations
7 September, 7-9pm
In a time when a ‘DIY’ culture is poignant we are inviting 3 creative representatives that have set up there own successful artist led organisations. Each speaker will be discussing how they set up there organisation and reached the successful level they are at now. Representatives include; Nick Morley from East London Print Makers, Ben Tomlinson from Alma Enterprise and Kate Adams from Project Art Works. Each speaker will give an insightful 20 minute presentation followed by a Q&A session, to give time for all your burning questions.
David Valentine: Technology’s affect on Society & Human Behaviour
14 September, 7-9pm
David Valentine former journalist David Valentine is a filmmaker and writer interested in the way technology affects society and human behaviour - working across the fields of video art, short film, documentary and creative education. His work has received media coverage in the Guardian, Newsweek Reuters, the New York Times and More 4 News; with Arena magazine featuring him as: “part of the next generation of filmmakers set to revolutionize cinema with the aid of new technology”. Credited as one of the people to have advanced video-sniffing to an art form and social tool, his experiments with surveillance technologies have been exhibited and screened around the world, the most well known of which is shopping mall free-running short The Duellists; winner of the Audience 3rd Prize at the sidewalk CINEMA Festival and short listed for the Big Issue Film Festival Award.
The use of Social Networking in arts organisations
28 September, 7-9pm
Laurence Hill is the Development & Communications Manager from Brighton's key visual arts venue, Fabrica. Laurence will be talking about a range of techniques and tools that can be used to attract and develop audiences. He is currently very interested in the role of social media in arts organisations and the fundamental ways in which it is changing the way we work and our relationship with our audience.
To book or for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 07841757866
Contact us on email@example.com or call 07841757866 for more details on the space between now and Oct 2011.
If you are interested in hiring the Stade Hall post Oct 2011, then please email Joy Collins on firstname.lastname@example.org
Stade Hall, The Stade, Rock-a-Nore Rd, Hastings, TN34 3FJ