Art Workshop – 24th March

On Monday 24th March, Josie Tipler will be running a 3 hour workshop at the gallery on Painting Animals in Pastels. The workshop runs from 2 til 5pm and the fee is £15 to include some materials. Please check with Josie what you need to bring (01323 485153).

This workshop is suitable for beginners and those wishing to try pastels as a new medium.

Please book your place in advance – the workshop will only run if there are sufficient numbers.

Josie’s work hanging in the Gallery

Arty Evening 4th March

Please do come to our first Arty Evening of 2014 on 4th March at Gallery North. This is an informal art evening open to all – bring your own materials if you want to create something or just enjoy looking at the exhibition in the evening.


£2.50 suggested donation to the Gallery to include a cup of tea or coffee

The event is run by Hailsham Art Group

Hailsham Community College Sixth Former wins Photography Competition

ImageThe Art Department at Hailsham Community College has a close relationship with Gallery North and have had their GCSE and A Level exhibitions here in recent years. The opportunity arose to work in conjunction with the college on a photography competition as part of the Hailsham Arts Festival in 2013. The competition was open to both professional photographers (many of whom had exhibited at the Gallery North themselves) and to students at Hailsham Community College.  The categories of the competition were:

  • Abstract
  • Travel
  • Documentary
  • Portrait

The college had submissions from students from all key stages and received a variety of exciting work with which the gallery were very impressed. Selected work was exhibited to the public before the winners were chosen in September. The Judge, Mr Tony Penrose, made his decisions on the work without knowing who were students and who were professionals and so he judged it purely on merit.

Dominic White, who had previously successfully completed a GCSE in Photography at HCC, was selected as the winner of the ‘abstract’ category with his striking photograph of a bird in flight.