Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research

Hastings Heritage and Art Trail

Launching September 2018

The trail will be multidimensional walking tour taking in 10 central locations that have not largely changed for over 25 years. Each place has been chosen for its amazing atmosphere and fascinating design history.

Hastings born artist Maxine Beuret will photograph each location.

These images will be displayed at each of the stops on the trail alongside historical information and some relevant artefacts from Hastings Museum collection.

Inspired by the trail, users are encourage to create their own videos and photographs, which will also be displayed along the trail and on the website.



Hastings Heritage and Art Trail - Maxine BeuretWest Hill Cliff Lift

Maxine Beuret is an artist whose practice combines a research-based approach, utilising elements of ethnography and design history, with an expressive response to place and aesthetics.

Maxine works in partnership on themed projects, often lasting several years to create a substantial body of work. Two of her recent projects have been purchased by national museums.

Hastings Heritage and Art Trail - Maxine BeuretFlamingo Park Ghost Train

Hastings Heritage and Art Trail - Maxine BeuretPelham Roundabout Fountain