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‘Gaslighting’ art exhibition opening online Saturday 9 December

‘Gaslighting’, a collaborative art exhibition curated with Socially Engaged Art Salon Brighton (SEAS) will be opening as an online-only event Saturday 9 December. Gaslighting is a group exhibition with the Socially Engaged Art Salon, Brighton (SEAS) showcasing the personal work of artists who have had direct experience of domestic abuse. Artist and art activist Miranda Gavin, who both curates and contributes, will introduce the exhibition … Continue reading ‘Gaslighting’ art exhibition opening online Saturday 9 December

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Brighton Fringe 2021 registration opens

The Brighton Fringe art festival has opened registration for its 2021 edition, 7 May – 6 June. Brighton Fringe has today (09:00, 14 December 2020) opened event registration for artists to take part in the 2021 festival, which will run from 7 May – 6 June, with registrations closing at 23:59 on 19 February 2021.  After the success of allowing digital events in their Autumn … Continue reading Brighton Fringe 2021 registration opens

Psych O Deliah releasing Halloween double feature

Psych O Deliah Productions is releasing a Halloween double feature at the stroke of midnight. Psych O Deliah Productions, the brainchild of multi-discipline artists and filmmaker, Alex Sinesi is releasing a Halloween double feature on the stroke of midnight, 31 October. The two short films follow on from Sinesi’s first foray into filmmaking, Chitarra Maledetta Part One, which was relased in September. The new project … Continue reading Psych O Deliah releasing Halloween double feature

Brighton Fringe: What’s on this week

The Brighton Fringe has entered its final week of core events, here are some choice picks from the city-wide celebration of all things art. Jekyll and Hyde: A one-woman show 26-29 October Heather-Rose Andrews will be performing her much-celebrated one-woman take on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novella, Jekyll and Hyde for four nights this week (26-29 October, 20:30-21:30). The event will take place Street Werks … Continue reading Brighton Fringe: What’s on this week

How do you see colour? Open now at Jubilee Library, online

How do you see colour?, a photographic exhibition exploring the experiences of some of the black and POC communities in Brighton and London is open now at the Jubilee Library and online. Presented by PhotoVoice and the Socially Engaged Art Salon (SEAS) How do you see colour? showcases the work of five photographers: Koffi Nguessan, Jade Hylton, Diensen Pamben, Crystal Alleyne and Deshe M Gully. … Continue reading How do you see colour? Open now at Jubilee Library, online

Brighton Fringe Autumn Edition OPENS

The new Brighton Fringe Autumn Edition has started today, bringing a programme of safely distanced artistry to our city. Header image is from the performance 2100 A Space Novelty, shot by Siobhan O’Driscoll Brighton Fringe Autumn Edition is running across the core dates of 1-31 October, and is bringing more than 50 events to venues across the city as well as online. “I am delighted … Continue reading Brighton Fringe Autumn Edition OPENS

Brighton Fringe kicking off this Thursday

Header image by Andy O’Hara // Instagram: @aoharaphoto The Brighton Fringe Autumn Edition is kicking off this Thursday 1 October, with tickets on sale now. The wonderful, wonderful Brighton Fringe is returning with an Autumn Edition 1-31 October, bringing a range of Covid-safe comedy, theatre and music performances to our fair city. With the initial event cancelled due to lockdown measures, the Fringe team has … Continue reading Brighton Fringe kicking off this Thursday

Synchronicity

Synchronicity. Occurrences of incredible importance that come to pass seemingly without reason. Yet, it is in this acasual happening that true meaning can be derived. Neither as flippant as the concept of coincidence nor as faith-centric as that of fate, synchronicity is understanding of the unfathomable. It is the convergence of existential parallels that cannot be adequately understood in terms of chance. The understanding of … Continue reading Synchronicity

Le Art: Freeing the mind

Originally from Paris, Lea moved to Brighton less than a year ago as a way to broaden her horizons through first hand experience. With the ability to connect with people in the traditional sense curtailed by our current circumstances Lea has developed her artistic output as a response. “I’ve always enjoyed art and creating things and started drawing really young. I already had my instagram … Continue reading Le Art: Freeing the mind

XXV: Art in the right place

The transient, undulating undercurrent of Brighton’s art communities provide fertile ground for many finding their way in the city. The collaborative dedication to progression and inter-personal support has served Tom Stroud, the man behind XXV Art and potential best artist in the world well in his years in the city by the sea, now suitably equipped with thicker glasses and aching joints, he is looking … Continue reading XXV: Art in the right place