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Brighton Journal | August 17, 2019

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Posts ByElizabeth Richardson, Author at Brighton Journal

Artist of the Week: Johanna Cragg

August 17, 2019 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Brighton-based contemporary artist, Johanna Cragg. Johanna’s expressive portraiture experiments with colour, pose and symbolism in her intent to capture feeling on canvas. She believes that painting is an emotive form of communication, and paints … Read More

Brighton Street Style

August 16, 2019 |

The forecast has well and truly been letting us down lately, but the locals never fail to brighten up our streets with the most stylish looks. Brighton Journal took to the streets on a mission to find the best of … Read More

Petition demands Brighton & Hove City Council to consider 5G health risks

August 16, 2019 |

Increasing concerns about the unknown impact of 5G technology have continued amongst those against the new mobile network. A local resident has launched a petition demanding Brighton & Hove City Council to carry out independent research proving that 5G technology … Read More

Brighton Facebook Café offers free coffee for privacy checkups

August 16, 2019 |

“Facebook Café” is popping up inside Flour Pot on King Arches Road on the 1st September. It is one of a number of pop up cafés opening across the UK this autumn, encouraging the public to run simple privacy check-ups … Read More

Artwave Festival comes back to Lewes, Seaford and Newhaven

August 15, 2019 |

A three week arts festival in Lewes, Seaford, Newhaven and the surrounding villages is coming back to the local area this Saturday. Launched 26 years ago, Artwave Festival has been a staple of Sussex’s rich history in arts and culture. … Read More

The A-Level results are in – how did Brighton fare?

August 15, 2019 |

Hundreds of Brighton & Hove students are collecting their A-Level results today. Many local students will no doubt be celebrating their hard-earned accomplishments. How did this year’s exam results fare?

National statistics show that this year, girls have reclaimed the … Read More

What’s on this Weekend: 16th – 18th August

August 15, 2019 |

The weekend is right around the corner, and if you haven’t made plans yet, don’t worry! We have got you covered on some of the best things going on over the next couple of days. From dog jogs to tie-dye … Read More

Brighton Fringe announce their 2020 Family Guide cover competition!

August 14, 2019 |

Time to get creative, as Brighton Fringe is searching for a young artist from Brighton & Hove to design the cover of their 2020 Family Guide. The competition is open to local under 12s, who are encouraged to submit an … Read More

Meaningful ways to volunteer in Brighton

August 13, 2019 |

Can you put some of your time towards supporting the local community? There are many ways you can make a difference by volunteering in and around Brighton. Here are some ideas of fantastic ways you can get involved and give … Read More

The Magic of Thailand festival returns to Brighton!

August 13, 2019 |

The Magic of Thailand festival is coming back to Brighton this weekend for a two-day celebration of Thai culture. This marks one of nine destinations for the cultural festival across the UK. Previously known as Brighton Thai Festival, this family-friendly … Read More