"Involvement in arts activities can provide meaning and true connections between individuals, families and communities"
Tempo Arts is a not for profit arts organisation formed in 1999 and based in the South East coastal region.
Christine Gist lives and works in Hastings, East Sussex. She lived in the USA for many years, receiving her BFA in sculpture from the University of Washington, Seattle and an MFA in sculpture from Yale University School of Art, New Haven. She is a practising artist, curator and visual arts project manager with extensive experience of working with artists, public agencies and private organisations across the South East region and mainland Europe.
As both an artist and curator, Christine Gist’s practice is concerned with temporary interventions which utilise redundant urban sites and buildings, animating these locations to create alternative narratives for anonymous spaces. She is currently initiating and delivering a series of visual arts projects for The SPACE, a disused outdoor site owned by Network Rail in St Leonards-on-Sea. The artists’ temporary interventions and related community events are inspired by the context of St Leonards and the coastal landscape. The artists bring new propositions and innovative work to the area which challenges the perception of art in the public space.