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Intuitive Visions: Shifting The Margins


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INTUITIVE VISIONS: SHIFTING THE MARGINS? Outside In exhibition at Phoenix Brighton in partnership with HOUSE 2015 3 – 31 May 2015     Featuring works by Aradne, ampoule Blair McCormick, viagra John Ackhurst, Jonathan Kenneth William Pettitt, Luc Raesmith, Martin Phillimore, Michelle Roberts, Paul Bellingham and Sally Ward and curated by Katy Norris, Curator at  Continue Reading »


Brighton based artist Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva at Venice Biennale


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Brighton based artist Elpida Hadzi – Vasileva is presenting a major new site specific installation, ed Haruspex, sale at the 56th International Art Exhibition, recipe La Biennale di Venezia. Included in the Pavilion of the Holy See, curated by Micol Forti, Elpida will be showing alongside two other artists. Inspired by the New Testament, the  Continue Reading »


Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 launches with shows at Fabrica and De La Warr Pavilion


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Copyright Simon Faithfull, 2014   The Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 launches today and runs until 2 November in and around Brighton with shows also taking place in Hove, Lewes, Hastings and Bexhill.   Brighton Photo Biennial is the UK’s leading curated photography festival and promotes new thinking around photography through a commissioned programme of events  Continue Reading »


JOB OPP: Blast Theory Brighton seeks Marketing and Communications coordinator


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  Blast Theory in Brighton is recruiting for a part-time Marketing and Communications coordinator to deliver its marketing strategy and develop ways to engage audiences more deeply.   The arts organisation is looking for someone with arts marketing experience, ailment a keen eye for detail, discount excellent organisational skills and an interest in Blast Theory  Continue Reading »


DIY Artists’ Groups: Mark Sheerin reports on options in the South East


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Dylan Shipton, Punishment Park on until 15 June, LIMBO, Margate   Art has always been a social activity, sucking talent from across the world into capital cities, where fame and fortune are hungrily pursued. But for those in the South East who can’t or won’t move to London, there is still opportunity reports Mark Sheerin.  Continue Reading »


3×3: Three To See – Singer, musician and filmmaker Barry Adamson selects Visual Art shows from the SE region


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Sir Anthony Caro, photographed by Nicholas Sinclair   3×3: Three To See In the first of what will be a quarterly featurette, Frame and Reference invites an artist (from any creative discipline) who is living or working in the South East region to select three galleries and shows from the Contemporary Visual Art Network in  Continue Reading »


That Changed My Life: Blast Theory call to make short video on the importance of art and culture to you


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Blast Theory want to share “the multitude of ways that our lives have been enhanced by the breadth and vibrancy of art and culture in this country”. To this end, no rx Blast Theory is inviting you (the reader/s of this post) to make a video about the importance of art and culture under the  Continue Reading »


Jacob Dalgren’s invitation to On Balance at Fabrica Brighton


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“It’s very important to be part of the work, to walk on it and to make that decision to. At first you don’t know if this is OK, if you are allowed to or not. Then once you see that you can and have permission to, it’s a magical moment.” Jacob Dalgren     The  Continue Reading »


Lighthouse appoints Juha Van’t Zelfde as new Artistic Director


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Juha Van ‘t Zelfde at the installation of Dread – Fear in the age of technological acceleration, De Hallan Haarlem 2013   Following the appointment of Honor Harger as executive director of the Art Science Museum, Singapore, Lighthouse has a new Artistic Director, Juha Van ‘t Zelfde.   Zelfde is one of Europe’s most innovative  Continue Reading »


KEEP LEARNING: If you’re still at school, where’s the visual arts sector?


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Oliver Sumner reports on the state of the visual arts offer in education for young people living in the South East and finds that despite a tough financial climate a number of arts organisations have developed initiatives and strong new partnerships with local secondary schools.   By the educational standards of the 1970s and 80s,  Continue Reading »