Hartlepool

The Coastal Arc

The Coastal Arc

The Coastal Arc is the Economic Regeneration Spatial Zone within the Tees Valley, which includes Hartlepool Borough Council and Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council and the Coastal Arc Photograph was produced in 2009 to create a sense of place, presenting a unique and rarely seen view of the coast, looking from the North Sea.

This photograph includes all aspects of the coast including landsacape, seascape, beaches, towns, seafronts,historic and cultural sites, nature, geology and industry with the intent to change the perception of the area for local people and visitors,

The photographs totalled over 250 shots and developed to produce a unique panoramic photograph that measured 250 meters by 1 meter in one continuous digital print and was taken from an aeroplane flying at an altitude of 500 feet, half a mile off shore using a digital camera. This was displayed in various locations across Hartlepool and Redcar & Cleveland.

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Crossing the Tees

Crossing the Tees: printmaking was produced as a collaboration between the Teesside Print Group, The Crossing the Tees Book Festival and River Tees Rediscovered and celebrated the printmaking of participants at free workshops in Middlesbrough, Hartlepool and Darlington during the Crossing the Tees Book Festival 2015.

Published: 15th June 2015
ISBN: 978-0-9540475-9-7
Other Details: Paperback 20pp h210mm x w148mm 11 colour illustrations
Edited by: Adrian Moule
Design: Anna Atkinson Dunn
Photography: Anna Atkinson Dunn and Artists
Typesetting: Neal & Associates
Printing & Binding: A Local Printer Ltd
Run:
 450 copies

 

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Displaced by Mohammed Albedai

At age 17, Mohammed captured his own footage of his journey from Damascus to Hartlepool using his smartphone. Now 21, his film highlights the effects of war and destruction on normal families. This ground-breaking film as a personal account of the dangers and horrors of war, the risks of escape and the community he became part of both as during his flight across Europe, and in this Teesside town he has made his home.

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Heaven and Earth by Eric Bainbridge

Heaven and Earth

Heaven and Earth is a public sculpture by Artist Eric Bainbridge that is made of cast and coated with clear resin. The sculpture is located in Hartlepool and was commissioned by Hartlepool Borough Council and funded by Arts Council England.

Artists

Eric Bainbridge

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Book

Heaven and Earth

Heaven & Earth
Published: 1st September 2001
ISBN: 9780954047504
Other Details: Paperback 40pp h170mm 33 Illustrations
Author: Eric Bainbridge

Funders

Arts Council Enfland
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Beyond Trainspotting