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Half-term activities at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery

Hastings Museum & Art Gallery has a host of new exhibitions and activities planned to entertain the kids during the February half-term break.

On Saturday 17 February, between 10 am and 4 pm, there is a free Relics Roadshow at the museum. It offers a chance to find out about local history, and fossil and archaeological discoveries and have finds and treasures identified by experts.

The Ellen Prebble Exhibition is the first solo show of work by the Hastings-based artist. Drawing on influences from the natural world to pop culture, and with a practice ranging from painting to sculpture, she creates familiar scenes in minute detail and bold colours. The exhibition is on display until Sunday 14 April.

Sinéid Codd’s A Fuller Acquaintance with the Archipelago includes photographs, paintings, and model islands. These fossilised and cast islands are made from objects that have been found and provoke reflections on community and climate change.

Planetarium also returns to the museum, with shows on Tuesday 13, Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 February from 10 am. It costs just £3.90 per person and is suitable for ages five and over.

To book for any of the exhibitions and activities, please visit the Hastings Museum & Art Gallery website here.

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