We have been awarded funding to support our film screening programme, from the National Lottery Awards for All grant scheme.
Lorna Doyle is a local textile designer who rescues wetsuits and transforms the material into bags using traditional printing techniques.
No rain meant all the big builds could make it out to take part in Whitstable Carnival
Enamel Factory is based in Herne Bay where Kate Samuels designs and makes a range of hand-painted, kiln-fired enamelware mugs, plates, bowls and more.
The weather tried to beat us, but the community big builds were not completely defeated.
The Whitstable Seaside guide has just arrived at the The Horsebridge and is now exclusively available in our shop for £1.00. The beautifully illustrated guide is part colouring book, part nature guide for children, families and anyone interested in learning about the flora and fauna that live on our local beaches.
We are very excited to announce our new Youth Heritage and creative arts project 'Young History Makers' funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund.
This collective exhibition curated by The Horsebridge celebrated all forms of print, reproduced in a small format. Small Print included framed prints, editions and cards which show the diverse range of styles that this art form enables and provides a showcase for individual artists and their practice.
The Horsebridge commissioned local artist Laura Watson (creator of the popular Whitstable colouring book) to illustrate and design a Whitstable Seaside Guide. The exhibition brings the guide to life.
A regular feature to introduce a creative whose products grace our shop. Katy is a textile print designer and maker who uses hand drawing, embroidery and mixed media to create unique and beautiful designs which she uses on stationary, homeware and accessories. See the full article for more about Katy's products.