MSL celebrates individual creativity, community and place.
We create performances, exhibitions and installations that engage and inspire people, and transform communities.
Are you aged 14 to 18, into digital media, and looking for something interesting to do in the February half term? Hastings’ Creative Spring 2019 is a great chance to learn about some of the things that you can do with creative media. It’s a five-day programme taking place from 18 to 22 February.
Hastings’ Creative Spring will give you a taste of ways to go with work, study or hobbies. It’s all about personal development, new opportunities in the fast-growing creative industries, and having fun.
Try digging out fascinating stories and data about our town decades ago in Unpacking the Past or write about it in Ghosthunting. Why not create animated sequences to make a visual story in Stop Frame Animation or build an audio soundscape to accompany visuals in Audio Camp? Get in the picture by learning about digital cameras (DSLRs) in Documentary Photography or by turning your visuals and stories into an experience on mobile phones in Coding History.
Workshop sessions will take place in Rock House on Cambridge Road and Hastings Library on Claremont in the America Ground, Hastings town centre.
Hastings’ Creative Summer was a dynamic and engaging programme held throughout August this year, welcoming young people between 11 and 18 years old, who might otherwise not be involved in purposeful and ongoing enrichment activities. The programme immersed them in the cutting-edge world of creative start-ups, tapping the richness of media skills developing around Rock House and Hastings Library in the central part of town. Go to our Hastings' Creative Summer page to see what happened during the programme.
For more information about the programme you can contact us at: email@example.com
CAN ARTS AND HERITAGE DIGITAL PROJECTS TACKLE DEPRIVATION IN HASTINGS?
MSL Associate Producer, Jon Pratty, outlines an exciting new development in Hastings. Click here to read Jon's article on the RSA website.
CRITICS’ AWARDS FOR THEATRES NOMINATIONS
MSL Projects in association with Mischief La-Bas, IN SITU, UZ Arts and Radiator Arts received three nominations in the shortlists for last year's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland for the production Nursery Crymes. The nominations were for Best Director, Best Technical Presentation and Best New Play. Click here to go to the Nursery Crymes page to see why we were nominated!
Nursery Crymes is now available for touring – click here to find out more.
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Photos by Steve Eggleton, Doug Southall, Alex Brattell and zeroh (Home); Eoin Carey (Nursery Crymes).