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Brighton Journal | 21st February 2020

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Opening night of ‘Storytelling’ exhibition at Kellie Miller Arts

2nd October 2018 |

Kellie Miller Arts gallery hosted the opening night of their brand new ‘Storytelling’ exhibition in the Laines in Brighton on Friday. The gallery was packed with people from start to finish all wanting to gaze at the new work from … Read More

ONCA’s New Art Space – On Board a Brighton Barge!

4th September 2018 |

This month ONCA will be opening their second space in the city as they take over a barge at Brighton Marina. Launching on 20th September, the barge will be a dedicated learning and community space that runs events and educational workshops … Read More

Phoenix Gallery’s Latest Exhibition Open Late Tonight – Don’t Miss It!

27th October 2017 |

There will be a late opening tonight at the Phoenix Gallery’s latest exhibition tonight which showcases the work of Anthony Stevens (Brighton) and Andrew Omoding (London), in partnership with HOUSE Biennial and Outside In.

The exhibition proudly presents a host of newly commissioned works, shown alongside … Read More

West Pier Centre Opens With Exhibition From Roger Bamber

23rd August 2017 |

Today the West Pier Centre Opens, it is where the West Pier Trust will be operating from.

It is set to attract more than 10 million tourists per year, and will offer information to visitors as well as acting as … Read More

Humans of Brighton – Lorna is offline!

6th August 2017 |

Lorna Ough is 22 and has lived in Brighton for the past three years. She was doing a degree in Fine Art Critical Practice at the University of Brighton. She was at the Grand Parade Campus and has just finished, … Read More

Brighton Wins at Street Art

25th April 2017 |

For many Brightonians seeing graffiti and street art around is completely normal. With different artworks popping up on a daily basis, it’s no surprise that they would get even more creative. As you walk down the North Laines in particular, … 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

Some of the Best Signs From Last Night’s Anti-Trump Protest

31st January 2017 |

An estimated 1,500 protesters took to Brighton’s streets last night to oppose changes to the United States’ immigration laws.

The protest started outside the town hall and continued in a march around the city.

Here are some of our favourite … Read More

‘Propaganda about propaganda’ At The Brighton Festival

22nd April 2016 |

The internet is amazing, terrible, a beacon of information, a left wing echo chamber…a disruptive geopolitical super weapon? The Sprawl is an immersive video installation in which award-winning artists and filmmakers Metahaven argue “that the internet has become a disruptive … 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