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Say Hello Wave Goodbye : Platform Award 13/14 Update


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Dom Callaghan, the recipient of the 2013 Platform Award, has recently completed his 12 month professional development programme and thanked everyone involved for the opportunities Platform has given him. He now hands over to Sophie Dixon Platform Award winner 2014.   In signing off, Dom says:   ‘It was a fantastic year of working and  Continue Reading »


Antony Mayfield appointed new Chair for Lighthouse


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Lighthouse is thrilled to announce the appointment of digital strategist Antony Mayfield as the new Chair of its Board of Trustees.   Antony Mayfield is CEO and founding partner of Brilliant Noise, a digital strategy and innovation agency. A frequent speaker at conferences on digital strategy, marketing and business, he lectures at top UK and  Continue Reading »


What Next? Have Your Say


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Over 650 representatives from across the art forms attended a recent What Next? event in the Palace Theatre London to discuss the national campaign for the visual arts and set a date for a regional meeting. A video from the conference is now online and a date for the next meeting has been scheduled for  Continue Reading »


Public View: The Blue Route by Kaarina Kaikkonen / Fabrica


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  Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen’s two-site specific works, viagra sale The Blue Route, canada cheap and Time Passing By, no rx an outdoor work that used Brighton’s free-standing Clock Tower, have been recycled and the items of clothing given to Oxfam. The installations were made entirely from clothes donated by people in the city and  Continue Reading »


Schools art competition winner / Pallant House Gallery show


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Parklands Community Primary School scoops overall winner prize in schools competition. Image courtesy Pallant House Gallery   The overall winner of the annual schools’ competition Friends of Chartres: Chapter 3 – A Sense of Place is Parklands Community Primary School.   Highly commended prizes went to Boxgrove C of E Primary School, Lavant C of  Continue Reading »


Miranda Gavin / Frame and Reference


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Miranda Gavin has been appointed as the new Editor and Project Developer for Frame and Reference on a part-time basis for six months.   Miranda Gavin is a freelance writer, medical order editor, photographer and educator. Speaking to Frame and Reference she said: “I was delighted to be appointed to work on and develop Frame  Continue Reading »


Stewart Drew / De La Warr


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Frame and Reference is particularly pleased to welcome Stewart Drew as the new Director and Chief Executive of the De La Warr Pavilion. His appointment became official on 1 January 2013.   Stewart joined the Pavilion in 2005, bronchi shortly before it reopened and has been Acting Director since October 2011 following the death of  Continue Reading »


What was the best thing you saw in 2012?


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What was the South East’s best visual arts event or exhbition of 2012? We want to find out what you liked.   Let us know about the best thing you saw in the South East in the last 12 months and we’ll enter your name into our prize draw. You could win a copy of  Continue Reading »


Outside In: National / the winners


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Pallant House Gallery have announced the winners to the Outside In: National 2012, the competition that invites submissions from artists who find it difficult to access the art world for a variety of reasons such as health, disability, social circumstances or because their work does not conform to what is normally considered as “art”. They  Continue Reading »


Anthology / Project Art Works 1997-2012


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October 31 sees the launch of a new book documenting and exploring the legacy of Project Art Works, arthritis the South East-based organisation that uses visual arts to create innovative collaborations involving artists, generic people who have profound intellectual impairment and those that support them.   Anthology Project Art Works 1997-2012 marks 15 years of  Continue Reading »