Exhibition at Canterbury’s Beaney looks at the life, work and times of Britain’s best loved children’s authorRead More »
It’s that time of year when our local talent flaunt their wares. East Kent is liberally sprinkled with artists, and the finest have gravitated to Herne Bay, of course. This coming weekend they’re opening up their homes for you to gaze, goggle-eyed at the marvels they have wrought. If you can’t make this weekend, don’t fret – they’ll be doing …Read More »
GLASS BY THE SEA Bay Art Gallery welcomes for the first time Ruth Rice, who is showing an eclectic exhibition of fused glass and driftwood art, paintings and jewellery made from sea glass, and fused glass, all of which have been inspired by our beautiful North Kent Coast. Monday 12- Sunday 18 May 2014. 10am to 4pm Bay Art Gallery, …Read More »
Hut 136 West Beach Herne Bay CT6 8RN 23rd-28th May 11-4pm daily Resident marvel Karen Simpson is at it again! Simple, creative fun for anyone and everyone – read on… Please come along and Decorate a ‘Pebble’ for Karen’s Community Art Installation “The People’s Beach” which will be going on display at Reculver Visitor Centre in August. People will be invited to paint or draw on a …Read More »
Here’s a date for your diary. Beach Creative, Herne Bay’s newest art hub, will be holding an Open Day on Saturday 23rd March from 10am – 4pm. Beach Creative houses Galleries, Artist’s Studios and Workshop Rooms. This is an opportunity to see some of the activities that take place behind the scenes, chat with artists and workshop leaders and have …Read More »
The nice people from Portable Art Space are offering local artists an opportunity to showcase their work.Read More »
Those smashing people at Beach Creative are running an exhibition to support the excellent Fairtrade initiative. If you’re an artist (even if only in secret!) you need to hand in your work on 23rd February, between 10am and 4pm. The exhibition itself will run from 27th February until 16th March.Read More »
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 …Read More »
The Herne Bay branch of the WEA (Workers’ Educational Association) is starting a new season of courses.
There will be a seven week course starting 17th April - one two-hour session a week - looking at poets and poetry between the two world wars.
Tutor Ron Dodge introduces the course:
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Do you like poetry? Yes? No? Think again... Hitler and German rearmament. The Spanish Civil War. Grinding poverty. Ominous noises off. Was it likely that anything poetic could come from this 'low dishonest decade'? Yet poetry is always being written however turbulent the times.
Science, Art, or just Crystal Balls?
Time for a bit of time travelling. Cast your mind forward, if you will, to a point in time a couple of years after the Olympics. Not the London Olympics, the next lot, in Rio de Janeiro. Whoosh... you're in the year 2018. It's hard to know what your life will be like then, or what the world around you will be like.
Any idea how much it will cost to fill up your car, or what you'll be filling it with? Or how many people will be living in your house? Or who will be running the country? As the marvellous Yogi Berra put it: "It's tough to make predictions, especially about the future."Read More »