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The Oradour 70 Exhibition

Oradour Poetry Evening Saturday 7 June 7.30pm As part of the Oradour 70 exhibition at Beach Creative Galleries, Beach House, Beach Street, Herne Bay, CT6 5PT (June 4-17) there will be an evening of poetry, music, humour and drama. The event is free (limited seating) and will last approximately 2 hours, with an interval, starting at 7.30pm. The emphasis will …

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Beach Creative

A new and good thing is happening in Herne Bay. A group called Beach Creative is taking up residence in Beach House, just off the William Street car park. They are a new creative community who will be using the space to provide artists’ studios, exhibition spaces, meeting rooms and workshops. They are having an open day on Saturday 7th …

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Artists’ Open Houses Trail in Herne Bay

Now in its 12th year, the popular Artists’ Open Houses Trails, features 53 houses with over 182 artists, offering a rare opportunity to experience a diverse array of high quality work in a relaxed setting. With so many venues to choose from there should be something for everyone, so plan your trip and prepare to be inspired and surprised. For …

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War tribute at Bay Art Gallery

Artist pair’s 30 years together Two artists who met more than 30 years ago are celebrating three decades of working together. Clive Soord and Patrick Crouch held their first show together in Canterbury in 1981. They remained firm friends and now have taken over the Bay Art Gallery. The exhibition in William Street, Herne Bay, runs to this Saturday although …

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Bay Art Gallery 10th Anniversary

Happy birthday: Ron Woodward, Mandy Troughton, Paul Mitchell, Karen Simpson and Dai Griffiths at the galleryArtists are celebrating a decade of providing affordable gallery space in the town. The Bay Art Gallery was originally opened by sculptor Patrick Crouch in June 2001 and he returned for the 10th anniversary earlier this month.

Mr Crouch was joined by more than 60 artists who had previously exhibited there, as well as founder Ron Woodward. Mr Woodward said the gallery's ethos of providing space for students and upcoming artists, had not changed over the years.

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