Welcome to the opening weekend of our two spring exhibitions:


Angelo Madsen Minax:


Anna Maria Nabirye and Annie Saunders:


Friday 3 February

Exhibition Opening Party (FREE)

You are warmly invited to celebrate the opening of our new exhibitions.

From 6pm: Complimentary drink on arrival

From 7pm: Welcome speeches

7.30 – 8.15pm: Artist’s conversation with Anna Maria Nabirye and Annie Saunders

8.30pm: Bar closes

RSVP here.


There are proposed rail strikes on Friday 3 February.  Should these take place, we have put together alternative ways of getting to the Pavilion, so you can still celebrate the opening of our Spring Exhibitions with us.

From the direction of Hastings and St. Leonards:

  • The 99 and 98 services depart from Hastings Railway Station, and stop outside the Pavilion

From the direction of Eastbourne:

  • The 99 leaves from Terminus Road, Eastbourne, and stops opposite the Pavilion

Stagecoach have a ‘Plan Your Journey’ feature https://www.stagecoachbus.com/plan-a-journey so you can find the best time and location for you.

If you are planning to drive or carshare, there is a council run, pay-for, carpark at the Pavilion plus plenty of pay-for and free on-street parking in the surrounding areas.  Parking zones and restricted hours can be found here, with most restrictions running from 8am – 6pm: https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/parking/permits/bexhill/zones

Although there are plenty of local taxi companies, here are a couple we have used in the past:

  • Town Taxis: 01424 733 733
  • 247/247: 01424 247 247

The Party starts at 6pm with a complimentary drink on arrival, so plan ahead and allow plenty of time to get here.  We look forward to celebrating with you!

Saturday 4 February

Exhibitions open to the public

10am – 5pm

Café open 10am  – 4.30pm

Richard Phoenix: ‘The Spinners’ and

Miroslava Vecerova: ‘Our View is Mineral’

At Flatlands Projects, Beeching Road Studios, Beeching Road, TN39 2LJ

Exhibition opening, 4-7pm

An exhibition produced as part of the Early Career Studios Programme at Beeching Road Studios, only 10 minutes walk from the Pavilion.

Artist Richard Phoenix (who we worked with last year on Beyond Imagination and Limits) has developed a body of work in conversations with Glyne Gap Faculty and their students.

Sunday 5 February

Exhibitions open 10am – 5pm

10.30am Members & Patrons Brunch and Tour

More information and booking here.

2.30pm DLWP Film: North By Current

A special screening of Minax’s acclaimed film North by Current (2021) followed by a discussion between the artist filmmaker and DLWP Head of Exhibitions, Joseph Constable.

To book, and find out more, please visit the event page here.