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Brighton Journal | 16th November 2019

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Immerse Yourself in Art as Draw to Perform Comes to Brighton

7th February 2017 |

It’s all well and good looking at art in galleries, but do you ever wonder if everyday movements can become art? Wonder no more; visitors at Draw to Perform festivals don’t just watch on as artists produce their creations, they … Read More

New Display Tells The Story Of Experimental Film-making In Brighton & Hove

27th October 2016 |

Unknown to many, both Brighton and Hove have played a rich and important part in international film history.  Early film-making pioneers including George Albert Smith and James Williamson, who became known as the Brighton School and worked here at … Read More

Autumn in the Heat – Brighton Street Style

10th September 2016 |

The summer is over and autumn has arrived! Although with the temperatures we’re having in the UK at the moment it doesn’t feel like it! Check out these looks spotted in the Brighton streets to get inspired!

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Brighton Buskers – Linos Magaya

14th July 2016 |

We filmed this week Linos Wengara Magaya from Zimbaboe and he tells us a little about his story as a musician in Brighton streets.

Just stop and listen!

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The Book As An Art Form: Press & Release At The Phoenix Gallery

23rd April 2016 |

Next week a truly fascinating exhibition is coming to the Phoenix gallery in Brighton. Press & Release is “an exhibition of boundary-breaking bookworks within a stunning, specially designed space” featuring the work of many notable contemporary artists who approach the … Read More

Go To The Old Police Cells in This Brand New Immersive Art Experience

20th April 2016 |

Pop-Up Brighton have launched a brand new immersive art experience! You’ve been sent to the Old Police Cells in Brighton to death row. You’re there to have one last party before you pass on to the afterlife and experience an … Read More

New Fashion Exhibition at Brighton Museum

7th April 2016 |

Fashion Cities Africa is the ‘first major UK exhibition dedicated to contemporary African fashion’ and is coming to Brighton Museum and Art Gallery this month. Museum staff and Africa fashion specialists Hannah Azieb Pool and Helen Jennings visited Casablanca in … Read More

Light Drawings at Fabrica

31st March 2016 |

Brighton is not short of gorgeous galleries, playing host to some incredible contemporary artists but Fabrica is a gallery quite like no other. Described as a ‘visual arts organisation based in the former Regency church in the heart of Brighton … Read More

Brighton Pavilion’s crowned care for wounded soldiers

15th March 2016 |

Brighton Pavilion’s luscious and outwardly oriental design is often a big focus for tourists, it is Brighton’s biggest attraction, but the Pavilion’s time as a military hospital with a rich history steeped in the care for wounded Indian and British … Read More

Turner Prize Winner Asks For Rooms With Views

10th March 2016 |

A Turner Prize Winning artist is inviting people from all over the world to get involved with a collaborative film project to be exhibited here in Brighton. A Room With Your Views will be a video installation and exhibition by … Read More