Highlights of events
Christmas Bizarre 2011
Saturday 10th December
3rd year for this excellent fair showcasing over 30 regional artists and makers work. This year the ‘bizarre’ came from Alice in Wonderland themed installations and decorations.
+ Will Varley + Ladies of the Lake
Saturday 1st October
Cocos Lovers are an eight-piece folk roots band. Producing a fantastic mix of traditional English folk inter-woven with Eastern and African rhythms their intricate musicianship and full band harmonies make them a favourite on the festival circuit.
Tom Williams & the Boat
with support from Lauren Bransby
With their most recent single, ‘Get Older’ scoring them plays across BBC Radio’s 1, 2 and 6 and their debut album, ‘Too Slow’, acclaimed by 6 Music as their album of the day, the Kent band have made huge inroads into the nation’s consciousness. Photo by Jaqui Sadler
River Walk, Talk, Draw and Eat – Taster workshop on 23rd July
A day long creative experience with artists Denise Franklin and Sarah Palmer. The class was based in the art room then walks were taken along the river pathway close to the school grounds. Lots of experimenting with materials and processes using a variety of papers, pencils, charcoal, inks etc. “Absolutely loved it, massively inspiring and it certainly opened up my creativity and enjoyment of drawing.”
Rye River Walk
16 – 22 July
Exhibition of drawings, paintings and ceramic pieces inspired by walking along the river Rother. Duncan Curtis played Latin and River inspired accordion at the opening celebration.
Rye College Student Exhibition
Rye College GCSE Art, Textiles and Photography final exam work. There was a preview on Wednesday 29th June 6 to 8pm and was open to the public again on 2nd July 10am to 1pm.
East Sussex Contemporary Art Fair 2011
24th to 26 July
Flip through the brochure on issuu.
ustream Live Broadcast
Tuesday 12 April
The Rapdramatic Team broadcast live using ustream.
2010 highlights this way