Launching the first of our summer exhibitions in the First floor gallery, the International Composers’ Festival in the auditorium and celebrating the opening of the second exhibition in Bexhill’s newest gallery Flatland Projects, in Beeching Road.
On the day:
10am in the Café bar
Start your day right with a drink and pastry from the Café.
10.30am in the Auditorium
SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL (A SPECIAL CONCERT WITH MUSIC FOR SOLOISTS AND INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLES)
International and local soloists and ensembles perform a variety of music in a relaxed morning atmosphere. Including world premieres by several female composers. Learn more here.
12.30pm in the Studio
HOW THE MUSIC INDUSTRY REALLY WORKS
Meet influential players in the music industry in a very special event moderated by the Festival Founder and Artistic Director Polo Piatti, and culminates in a Questions & Answer session. Learn more here.
From 1pm in the First floor gallery (FREE)
MINORU NOMATA: WINDSCAPE
The visionary paintings of Minoru Nomata feature architectural superstructures and topographical forms devoid of human presence. Learn more here.
12 – 3pm in the Café bar
Enjoy a delicious lunch made to order, using locally sourced ingredients, with the option to eat on the balcony if the weather is nice.
2 – 3.30pm in the Auditorium (FREE)
AT THE MOVIES (OPEN REHEARSAL)
Pop your head round the auditorium door to hear a rehearsal of this thrilling music from films such as Slumdog Millionaire, The War of the Roses, Harry Potter and Pirates of the Caribbean, together with TV and computer gaming music. Learn more here.
3pm at Flatland Projects, Beeching Road Studios, 10 minutes walk from the Pavilion
CARL GENT: OVER FALLOW FLOOD
Over the fallow flood brings together a range of old and new work in sculpture, text, video, audio and performance made over an extended period spent researching and refictionalising the life of Cynethryth, eighth-century Queen of Mercia. Learn more here.