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| April 20, 2019

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Art to benefit hospital users well-being: “It’s about connecting the users to their life outside the hospital where ever and whatever that might be.”

March 25, 2019 |

As we all know, the buildings on the front of the Royal Sussex County Hospital are to be upgraded with new state-of-the-art clinical facilities. However, what you probably didn’t know, is that a vital part of this project has also … Read More

Humans of Brighton: Meet Martha

March 24, 2019 |

This week the Brighton Journal got talking with 19-year-old Martha, who is currently studying Fine Art at the Brighton MET.

Martha was on her way to college when we met, and we began discussing her work.

“I’m looking at the … Read More

Artist of the week: Julia Ann Field

March 23, 2019 | 1

This week the Brighton Journal spoke to Julia Ann Field, a local artist who encompasses themes of ‘The Feminine, The Divine and our blessed Earth’ in her work. She beautifully paints the local landscapes that we all love and recognise.

All images … Read More

Can we blame students for the lack of affordable housing?

March 21, 2019 | 1

Brighton and Hove Council has recently granted permission for 232 flats in London Road, replacing the building currently housing Boots and the Co-op.

This is part of the 4,000 new homes planned for the city. The student rooms will … Read More

The best of Brighton on Instagram: 13-19 March

March 19, 2019 |

New week, new collection of some of the best Instagram pictures of Brighton from some very talented people!

As always, make sure you tag us at @brightonjournal for a chance to be featured in following editions. You can have a … Read More

Humans of Brighton – meet Rose

March 17, 2019 |

This week the Brighton Journal met 23-year-old Rose, who was signing the ‘Brexit Bus’ at Sussex University

Rose is currently working as a learning support assistant at a school in Brighton, and hopes to do her … Read More

The best of Brighton on Instagram: 06-12 March

March 12, 2019 |

Brighton Journal is back with another edition of ‘The best of Brighton on Instagram”, where we select some of the best pictures of our city posted on Instagram in the past week.

As always, you can expect lots of colour, … Read More

Humans of Brighton – Ana Zoob

March 10, 2019 |

This week, the Brighton Journal got talking with the gorgeous Ana, who is now living back at home after graduating from Cambridge University.

So, what brings you to Brighton?

I grew up here and I have … Read More

“The most important thing about illustration is the communication of an idea”: Artist of the week, Laurie Avon

March 9, 2019 |

This week the Brighton Journal interviewed Laurie Avon, a young artist who uses illustration to explore political ideas and transcend traditional boundaries.

Featured image ©  Jem Ward

Laurie Graduated from Kingston last summer, and has been working on a … Read More

Parents show their support for the upcoming Student Climate March

March 8, 2019 |

On February 15th 2019, Brighton students skipped school to join the first Student Climate March in the city, simultaneously organised in most major UK cities.

Although it was a great success, some schools encouraged students to attend classes, and … Read More