Spectacular shows, celebratory parades, illuminating events and innovative workshops for the whole community.
Radiator Arts, join forces with local charity, Seaview to present a unique exhibition exploring the life and times of John Hancox, a hermit who lived in Ecclesbourne Glen cave for over 20 years until his death in 1904.
The FREE event which is being held at The Stade hall in Hastings Old town will run over the weekend of the 2nd - 3rd April 11-5pm and includes sound and Installation by service users at Seaview and Radiator Arts artists.
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Hastings Borough Council
RADIATOR ARTS is a talented team of artists, designers, performers and volunteers with experience and skills in a wide range of media and disciplines. Our aim is to provide innovative workshops and unique site-specific events that lift the spirits and expand the imagination of particpants and audiences alike.
Radiator Arts was established in 2001 and since that time has produced a regular programme which has involved the participation of hundreds of local people in event-based projects and workshops.
All our artists are highly experienced in working with a diverse range of people of all ages and backgrounds and creating parades and festival decoration for town centres, woodlands, the seashore and parks.
Our policy is one of inclusion and collaboration which aims to develop a culture rich in individual and collective creativity.
Radiator Arts provides a unique opportunity for diverse groups to come together and take part in projects that unlock hidden potential, that encourage creative confidence and that foster a sense of pride and belonging.
Our large-scale shows consistently engage the community, attract large audiences and lots of enthusiastic public support.