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    Zoom Arts Group.

Every year, Zoom Arts has a fund raising project to help the local community. This year, 2018 Zoom Arts chose to support the local charity Hastings Support Refugees. As we see the awful perils refugees families endure trying to escape war and poverty, Zoom Arts thought it was only right to extend a helping hand to this worthy cause.

So Zoom Art members created and donated work that was to be auctioned off to raise funds. The response was amazing with the auction raising £339. This has been handed over to the thankful Hastings Supports Refugees.
                                   
                                                  Well Done Everyone.


To help celebrate Zoom's tenth anniversary the nice people at Hasting's Observer have written a wonderful piece abot us, which can be see below. 19/09/2016.

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        Zoom Arts Group

Great News, the Zoom Arts Group have secured hanging space at the newly opened The Best Bar None in Hastings, all thanks to the hard work put in by Anthony Birch and Jo Kilmartin.

Anthony Birch is  already exhibiting there at the moment so pop along to Best Bar None to see his work in a relaxing enviroment were you can also have a drink. Don't forget to say that you are a fan of the Zoom Arts Group.

Inside The Best Bar None.

Well Done Zoom.

Since the beginning of 2017, the Zoom Gallery has held over nineteen exhibitions with over 2,200 visitors viewing the groups work, already beating last years attendance figure. With another six exhibitions in the pipeline we are hoping to top the 3000 visitors mark.

As Zoom goes from strength to strength and with more venues display our work, like Best Bar None, Southwater Community Centre, and Hastings railway station, the future is looking good. Plus we are still exhibiting twice a year at the Stade Gallery space.

This year we have linked up with HFC Hastings and Rother service. This photographic project is reaching out to the community and aims to heighten HFC’s profile, something Zoom is very proud to be apart of. Work created by the groups photographers is given for free and will be used in promotional material. All part of giving back to our community, a strong ethos of Zoom.