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Brighton Journal | 25th February 2020

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#creative Archives - Brighton Journal

Artist of the Week: Katie Walker

3rd August 2019 |

Our artist of the week this week is Katie Walker. Currently completing a Masters degree at Cambridge art school, Katie specialises predominantly in animal illustrations. This artist always felt a connection with animals and takes interest in the current … Read More

Artist of the Week: Emily Stevens

27th July 2019 |

This weeks artist is Emily Stevens. Predominantly working with paint, Emily is an Artist of Residence at Pell’s pool in Lewes this summer, and also shares an art gallery space in Hove, where some of her biggest ideas are created. … Read More

D.I.Y Art Market to Showcase Over 80 Local Emerging Artists, Potters, Sculptors, Jewellers, and Publishers

21st November 2017 |

D.I.Y. Art Market, brings together a community of creatives and provides visitors the opportunity to discover and take home unique pieces that include – art prints, ceramics, zines, independent publications, risograph prints, lo-fi sculptures, jewellery, sewn items, screen prints, and … Read More

Brighton, Upon Reflection – Artist Ben Duarri (AKA Screenprince) On Living And Working In Brighton.

2nd October 2017 |

Brighton has a very strong self image as a creative hub, as a vibrant urban centre full of diversity and excitement. Through this piece, and other complementary pieces that will follow, I will try to develop a picture of Brighton’s … Read More

Wild Art Journalling Experience

14th September 2017 |

Have you ever heard of Wild Art Journalling?

It is the process of combining colour, mark making, collaging, drawing and free-flow writing.

Helping you become more aware of your presence and enjoy a new range of creative expression.

You don’t … Read More

David Asch Hugely Advocates For Digital Art

4th September 2017 |

David Asch began his journey in the mid 90’s when he picked up his first computer. These were the days when computers only had 8 colours to play with and you had to move one pixel at a time.

He … Read More

Meet: Karen Created A Stunning Headdress For Kat Von D!

19th August 2017 |

Karen Rao got into making felt art accidentally. She has always been creative, her mother and grandmother were always painting and drawing around her which encouraged that trait when she was younger. She recalls spending hours sketching insects through a … Read More

Humans Of Brighton – Tom Leads A Creative Life As A Graphic Designer In Brighton!

23rd July 2017 |

When walking through North Laine the other day, we met Tom on his way back to work. We asked him whether he had a couple of minutes to chat with us and it turned out that he had quite some … Read More

Project Knockdown – Access to Music to be apart of Brighton Fringe

13th April 2017 |

Access to Music Brighton foresees it’s closure coming closer and closer. The quirky residence of the music college faces its last days after its 14 years of important and creative education.

Creative media students and final students to pass … Read More

Fabula Narrative Art Collective Fun Day

7th April 2017 |

Fabula has a unique and colourful desire to tell stories through illustrations, moving images, objects and text. They vary in stage exhibitions, workshops, readings and performances.

Fabula Collective are a multi disciplinary collective which began from the MA sequential Design/ … Read More