MSL celebrates individual creativity, community and place. 

We create performances, exhibitions and installations that engage and inspire people, and transform communities.



COMING SOON

MSL has won Arts Council England funding to explore connectivity, localism and culture in a one-day Is this for everyone? conference and digital art commissions in Hastings.

The event will take place at the historic St Mary in the Castle on 23 September 2019, from 11am to 4pm, and will be a chance to hear from experts and national agencies about how digital connectivity can help placemaking and assist deprived communities in moving onwards.

This exciting experiment will open the door to a range of arts, heritage and community activities beginning in summer and autumn 2019 with digital artists and storyteller commissions as well as mobile digital heritage digital work with older creatives in the town.

Click on here to buy tickets. Further information can be found on our Is this for everyone? page. For information on the digital artists who will be showing their work at Is this for everyone? please go to the This is for everyone page.


LATEST NEWS

HELP US CREATE A NEW PARK IN THE HEART OF HASTINGS

The Alley Association (https://alleyassociation.org.uk) is working with White Rock Neighbourhood Ventures and local producers, MSL, to begin a transformation of the unkempt Alley behind Claremont into a park for all. Join Gary Baverstock and the team, FrenchnDawson as they start work on Saturday 7 September between 11am and 3pm in the Alley. Bring a picnic, help paint or plant, look at the plans, peer into the caves. Funded by Pocket Park Plus, National Lottery Community Fund, Awards for All and the Coastal Communities Fund. If you have the time, we would welcome anyone who can commit to working with us on the project. Contact Sophie at MSL on admin@mslprojects.co.uk or phone 01424 234000.


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 THEATRE 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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