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Saturday 24 October: The Living Coast: A Virtual Reality Underwater Experience
Imagine being able to explore depths of the undersea world of The Living Coast, and experiencing the rich diversity of marine life of our unique chalk reef – without ever getting wet!
The Living Coast Undersea Experience allows everyone to do just that.
TLC Undersea Experience is an interactive and immersive, virtual reality experience – modelled on the ‘Beachy Head West’ Marine Conservation Zone (which runs along the coast between Brighton Marina and Beachy Head).
Created by locally-based artist Simon Wilkinson of C!RCA69 and Karen Poley of KP Projects CIC, working in partnership with The Living Coast Biosphere, Sussex IFCA & Sussex Wildlife Trust.
The Experience toured across The Living Coast into local schools, community centres, visitor centres, arts & other venues in a short pilot project in spring-early summer 2019. Fundraising is now in progress to continue the project.Book Now
Friday 23 October: Gareth E Rees: Unofficial Britain
In this live online webinar, Hastings author and psychogeographer, Gareth E Rees, explores the secrets, historical echoes and hidden stories that cling to places we often pass through, oblivious.
Enter a familiar yet alien landscape of industrial estates and electricity pylons, of motorway service stations and haunted council houses, roundabouts and flyovers.
Gareth’s books include
Marshland: ‘Essential reading – a psychedelic trip into London’s secret wilderness.’ John Rogers
The Stone Tide: ‘A work of breathtaking originality.’ Psychogeographic Review
Car Park Life: ‘A retail park Heart of Darkness.’ John Grindrod, author of Outskirts
Unofficial Britain (to be released 17 September)
Monday 19 to Thursday 22 October: Xanthe Gresham Knight: How to be a Kitchen Goddess
How to be a Kitchen Goddess
Tired of Fasts not Food? Thyme for Kitchen Goddess!
Xanthe’s up-beet, keep calm and carrot-on approach will totally transform your relation-chip to food.
Take a dollop of story from Egypt, Greece, Arabia, South America – whatever is fresh and available.
Knead in dates, spices and other choice ingredients.
Flambe with philosophy of the feminine variety.
A different story every evening from Monday to Thursday on Zoom, plus conversation.
These stories are a precursor to Xanthe’s new Goddess Festival.
Stories may be a little spicy, so only those age 16+ should indulge!
Details subject to change.
‘Lettuce Celerybrate – From Inanna to Banana, from Isis to Piesis, Kitchen Goddess puts the fat back into folktale.’ PrincessCupcake@WhereFoodMeetsFable.
‘She speaks like a woman spitting jewels.’ Arts CouncilBook Now
Programme subject to change.