Combe Haven features in Coastal Currents arts festival

September 11, 2013 by combehavendefenders

homepageheaderbandwCombe Haven, and the campaign against the Link Road, feature prominently in this year’s Coastal Currents arts festival, with three separate exhibitions providing alternative takes on the road.

Emily Johns: From Oxbridge to Osborne

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A visual journey round Combe Haven passing through the ‘lie ways and sly ways’ of money and power.  Making the links explicit – who gains, who knows who, what are the hidden motives?  An interactive exhibit – come and add your own links.

23-27 September, 10.30am-5.30pm. One Cafe, 1 London Road, St Leonards TN37 6AE
Opening event: Fri 20 September, 6.30pm, One Cafe: lovely food (vegan, Moroccan), lovely company.  Donations for food welcome.

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Adrian Arbib: Chronicle of a Road Protest: Combe Haven in context.

Road contractors fell the trees at Decoy Pond Camp on 30-01-2013. Photo copyright Adrian Arbib.

Road contractors fell the trees at Decoy Pond Camp on 30-01-2013. Photo copyright Adrian Arbib.

Adrian’s powerful road protest photographs were displayed at Hastings Arts forum earlier this year.  This is a chance to see them again, together with photos from the Link Road protests.  Adrian will also be giving a talk about the exhibition.

Exhibition: 21/22 and 28/29 September, 11am-4pm.  The Old Bakery, Silchester Mews, 17a Silchester Road, St Leonards TN38 0JB

Talk: 21 September, 2pm, venue as above

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Erica Smith: Urban Decay and Rural Destruction

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From the weeds of St Leonards to Combe Haven.  An exhibition of design and illustration from the last year, with a focus on campaign flyers and graphics about the Link Road.
Dates and venue as for Adrian Arbib, above.

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