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Brighton Journal | 21st October 2019

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Artist of the week: Rachel Shorer

11th October 2019 |

Rachel Shorer is a writer and performance poet who lives in Hove. She’s currently finishing her first novel, The Peaceweaver’s Wordhoard, which is a retelling of Beowulf from a female perspective. Last year she toured her spoken word show 10 … Read More

Once in a lifetime opportunity for local artists

13th June 2019 | 1

A unique opportunity for local artists to see their original work launched on a gargantuan new Brighton-based development has arisen. The call to tender for the Edward Street art installation is live as of today. If you’re an experienced local … Read More

Famous designer to display hat collection at Brighton’s Royal Pavilion

4th January 2019 |

Stephen Jones OBE will exhibit his exquisite hats, with his idiosyncratic designs mirroring the atmosphere of Brighton and Hove.

Designer and master milliner, Stephen Jones OBE, will exhibit his exquisitely designed hats at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton & HoveRead More

“The city where it is weird to not be weird.” Artist of the Week: Alberto Martinez

8th December 2018 |

This week, surrealist painter, Alberto Martinez examined his artistic journey from Cuba to Brighton, a place now a great source of inspiration for his work.

It is no secret Brighton and Hove is a recognised cultural hub, expanding the imaginations … Read More

Hove beach hut advent calendar opens doors for final year

5th December 2018 |

Martin Poole reflects on the highlights of Beyond’s Hove beach hut advent calendar after ten years of success at Christmas time.

Hove’s annual beach hut advent calendar has opened its doors to the people of Brighton and Hove for one … Read More

West Pier: Brighton’s Landmark In Pictures

4th December 2018 |

West Pier in Brighton and Hove often features as the central focus for the work of many photographers.

The seaside scenery provides ample opportunity to encapsulate its unique quirks and characteristics within the city.

Despite West Pier’s gradual deterioration after … Read More

What’s on in Brighton? 30th November – 2nd December

29th November 2018 |

The Christmas lights are up and as the weekend sweeps us into the festive month, Brighton has a variety of things you might want to do this weekend, read our top picks below!

 

Snailspace Farewell – Friday 30th November … Read More

“Her passion is getting people to engage and notice.” Artist of the Week – Lynette Merrick

24th November 2018 |

Brighton Journal spoke to daughter, Rachel, about the intricate wildlife illustrations of Lynette Merrick.

Lynette Merrick is a wildlife illustrator who has produced over 1,000 images of common British species by hand in the last few years. Now 78-years-old and busier … Read More

Council Announce Graffiti Crack-Down Plans

20th November 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council have announced plans to get tough with graffiti artists, in an effort to ‘reclaim our streets’ from those who have de-faced it.

 

These plans seek to unite police, residents, local businesses, students and even … Read More

‘Painted Stories’ exhibition – Artists of the Week

17th November 2018 |

Art retains the timeless quality of narrating stories that differ from artist to artist. Brighton Journal explored styles and works of the four Brighton-based artists featured in the ‘Painted Stories’ exhibition at the end of the month.

 

 Gallery40 based … Read More