In 2022 Charlie Phillips and Eddie Otchere, two of Britain’s leading photographers were commissioned by the University of Sussex to photograph Black alumni as the starting point …
An international collaboration welcoming visiting artist Odirile Khune Motsiri from University of Free State in South Africa for a residency at Blast Theory and an exhibition at Pl…
An international collaboration welcoming visiting artist Odirile Khune Motsiri from University of The Free State in South Africa for a residency at Blast Theory alongside an exhibi…
ICONIC LAGOS is about celebrating everyday life in Lagos, honouring its inhabitants and exploring what makes the city unique.
A photography exhibition by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin II
Not A Country examines the notion of Africa as a homogeneous geographical entity; instead, it celebrates the continent as a cul…
Brocker the badger has a big bum.
An opportunity to think about the next steps of your production with the Business & IP Centre at Jubilee Library.
‘Covert’ is part of the urbanflo OXYGEN series reflecting on the impact of the legacies of colonialism.
Presented by Root Experience, Hidden Stories is back in its hometown of Brighton for an informative and uplifting day at the Jubilee Library.
Protect and survive; imagine what life is like in Brighton following a nuclear strike on the UK? The chaos, the anguish, the resilience.
Exploring individual experiences of attachment through the medium of the arts,
Brighton Oasis Project’s Art of Attachment takes over Jubilee Library for 2 weeks over May half ter…
Eva Peel grew up in Sussex and finds this landscape beautiful.
Brighton’s Storyland Press is a place where the story comes first, regardless of genre or where it sits on the commercial/literary spectrum.
Put on your headphones and set off on a journey through Brighton’s hidden corners accompanied by the fragments, stories and shifting sounds of six people who have experienced homel…
We are a group of young people concerned about our future in the UK, with such dramatic changes happening all around us.
‘Love a Positive Life’ is a multimedia exhibition telling the positive stories of young people living with HIV in Africa and Asia.
A UFO has crashed over Brighton and your help is needed to save them from the Agents In Black.
Eva is often drawn to paint the pathways through the chalky hills of Sussex and loves the challenge of capturing its contours and shifting colours and light.
An innovative digital oral history project from Little Green Pig and the heritage strand of the Brighton Homeless Trust .
An interactive, musical, play experience by Exploring Senses and One Brighton FM.
How can I change society? Libraries, South East Dance, New Writing South and Photoworks have been working with artists and communities from across Brighton and Hove to explore this…
Join us for the launch of B.
A collective childhood memory through the lens of the artist Hong Dam.
Food poverty is becoming an increasingly familiar experience to large numbers of people living in the UK*.
A taste of all that’s brilliant and beautiful in B.
All day event with distinguished novelist Philip Hensher, poet Jo Skelt and other compelling speakers.
‘Space and Time’ is an exhibition of unexpected landscape photographs.
Come and curl up with a living book.
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