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The Bungeroosh Gallery, as a part of the Brighton Festival of Artists Open Houses 2013, presents an eclectic & unique line up of high quality art & craft for the May show with an emphasis on a proportion of work that uses vintage themes and/or reused materials:
Keep checking our blog and facebook page to hear and see more information about the forthcoming work and artists for the Christmas show.
Laughing Dog in is an independent relaxed refuge for shopaholics and art lovers alike set away from the frantic heart of Brighton with easy access by bus, car (free parking) or a short walk from Kemptown. Laughing Dog is an attractive alternative whether you’re looking for a great personal gift for a friend or loved one; a place to while away the wintertime cold with a hot cup of coffee, a light lunch and devilishly delicious cakes; or just a calm space to absorb the stunning pieces of original art works from a myriad of artists and private collections.
The SkiRide Studio is the home studio-office of ski-specialist author & artist Francis Johnston; it is the HQ for SkiRide Productions, publishers of The SkiRide Atlas of ski resort village street maps: http://skirideatlas.com
The studio also hosts exhibitions by guest artists; visit us on the Kemptown Arts Trail for the Artists Open Houses event during the annual Brighton Festival, we're open the first four weekends in May, Sat & Sun 11:00-18:00 hrs.
Desk spaces are available to rent, on an all-inclusive shared-office basis, available for rolling monthly terms; perfect for creatives, freelancers & startups.
Jag Gallery is a thriving community of artists, each with their own unique style. We have painters, sculptors, furniture designers, screen printers, illustrators and many more in house at the moment. Come down and see to see some of Brighton's freshest talent.
We are a gallery in the famous Artist Quarter on Brighton seafront, selling unique original Artwork. Specialising in bold, warm colours, we aim to banish the beige in any home.
Our Artists focus on light and colour and any Artwork you may choose should remind you of those precious days lazing in the sun and give you the tonic that Dr Brighton once prescribed in a building that stood where our gallery now is...!!
This project is far more than a conventional hotel..far more than a conventional Art Gallery. It aims to provide a space and opportunity to explore the many facets that make up our lives and personalities An antidote to the holistic approach which leads to the bland airbrushing of extremes and denial of conflict and fracture, and instead allows for full discovery, appreciation and celebration of the intense and intriguing contradictions that many of us feel constitute the central dynamic of our lives.
Key themes central to the project include gender, sexuality and the transgression of the boundaries that have built up around these practices.
The project will explore gender dismorphia, 'deviant' sexuality, fetishism and other serious issues, but not necessarily in a serious way. We will feature dark surreal erotica, extreme body art and modification, and challenging psychological artworks. But interspersed with this will be more playful and irreverent material...and plenty of stuff that doesn't really make a point at all but we like because it is just plain silly.
Through contemplation, activity, emotion, laughter and purposeful development we can come to know ourselves better and enrich our lives. This project aims to provide an inspirational ambiance for this, and a space dedicated to artistic practices and events which facilitate this transformation.
A UK venue for the project was secured 5 April 2014. It is a 5 Storey Georgian building just off Brighton Seafront that was previously operating as a guest house.
Work has begun to create 5 uniquely imaginative suites over 3 floors. The lower ground Floor and Ground floor will house a dedicated art gallery and event space.
Programmed events will include exhibitions, celebrations, themed weekend escapes and dinner parties, a pop up cafe/restaurant and a space for classes and workshops.
For the last two decades Into You Tattoo has been at the forefront of innovative tattooing worldwide. The London shop opened its doors in 1993 and some of the UKs best tattooers have come through the shop, including Curly, Nikole Lowe, Thomas Hooper, Xed LeHead.
The Brighton shop opened up in 2006 with the aim of offering the same high class tattooing to more people. Like London, the Brighton shop features some of the city's best tattooers whose portfolios cover all styles and methods of tattooing, including hand poked tattoos without the aid of electricity.
We are here because of a genuine love of tattooing, and our aim is to give you the best tattoo we can. These days, tattooing being such a broad church, we offer tattoos in a wide variety of styles; from large to small, traditional to tribal. Have a good look through our online portfolios to get an idea what you would like, and who you would like to do it. If you like what you see, pay us a visit on Little East Street and we can talk through your ideas, and take it from there. These days getting a tattoo is rarely an impulse, but a well thought out, step by step procedure: we can help and guide you all the way.
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery is a municipally-owned public museum and art gallery in the city of Brighton and Hove in the South East of England. It is part of "Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton and Hove". It is free for local residents but charges around £5 per non-resident visitor.HistoryThe building which houses the collection is part of the Royal Pavilion Estate and was originally built for the Prince of Wales, later George IV and completed in 1805. It was initially intended as a tennis court but had never been finished, and later served as cavalry barracks.After the death of George IV in 1830, his successor King William IV also stayed in the Pavilion on his visits to Brighton. However, after Queen Victoria's last visit to Brighton in 1845, the Government planned to sell the building and grounds. However the Brighton Commissioners and the Brighton Vestry successfully petitioned the government to sell the Pavilion to the town for £53000 in 1850 under the Brighton Improvement (Purchase of the Royal Pavilion and Grounds) Act 1850.In September 1851 it was announced that part of the Pavilion was to be appropriated for annual art exhibitions and two months later the first of these was held. The local talent to which it was confined included Frederick Nash and Copley Fielding. The room devoted to the exhibition was the original South Gallery, now the First Conference Room, but later the exhibitions even spread to the Great Kitchen.
We've been located at 31 North Road in the heart of the North Laine area for 16 years. Over our two floors we regularly host groups of 1-60, from Baby Days, Children's Birthdays and School Groups to Hen Parties and Team Building events.
Come in and paint a special gift for you or someone else! We'll glaze and fire all items for you so that they can be used for years and years to come.
If you're interested in making with clay, we also run monthly workshops and weekly Clay Play evenings and Taster Throwing sessions! See our website for more info.
It Is What It IsDistance: 1.0 miTourist Information It Is What It Is, 102 Gloucester Road Brighton, BN1 4AP
A new pop-up shop in the heart of the North Laine in Brighton. Every week this shop will be different as it will house a different project.
One week it could be an art gallery, the next a clothes shop and then into a musical workshop.
Every week will be a new experience.
What would you do if you had your own shop?
Got an idea?
Apply now. Go to www.popupbrighton.com/#!open-submission/cub3 and fill out the form to express your interest. If successful you will be invited to pitch to the space holders and you could have the shop for a week.
Did I mention that it's 100% FREE?!
Yep there's no catch, you can run a shop / gallery for free. You need to be aged 16-25 or your shop will need to benefit that age group, that could be done through free workshops.
If you have a product / art work to exhibit / an idea of how to use this shop for FREE then please apply.
This project is brought to you by Pop-Up Brighton and somewhereto_
somewhereto_ helps 16 - 25 year olds get free space, to find out more go to www.somewhereto.com
somewhereto_ is a UK wide youth project delivered by Pop-Up Brighton and funded by a £7m grant from the Big Lottery Fund to support its nationwide expansion to 2016. Helping 16-25 year olds access free spaces in their communities, to launch and develop creative and enterprising endeavours.
Whether young people are interested in music, fashion, art, science, tech, theatre, sport or starting an enterprise, somewhereto_ is the space that allows young people the freedom to realise their potential, kick-start ideas, sell their products or services, showcase creative concepts and boost their skills.
ONCA's mission is to inspire creativity and positive action in the face of environmental change.
The ONCA Gallery is a key hub for arts/ecology discourse. We curate and host exhibitions, performances, outreach and events that ask questions, tell stories and initiate conversations about environmental and social change.
Above the gallery, 'Upstairs at ONCA' is a research and studio space used by creative freelancers, environmental charities and universities – exploring the benefits of creative co-working and multidisciplinary collaboration.
Brighton & Sussex Care is a Registered multi-award winning service that offers a unique combination of outstanding community support, therapy and high quality accommodation in the Brighton and Sussex area. The majority of our service users have mental health difficulties, learning disabilities, or are recently discharged from hospital.
Whether you are an individual who is currently in a placement where you are looking for your next step forward or a health professional looking for a placement for a patient stepping down from a long-stay hospital or care home, our role is to plan, co-ordinate and deliver individual support for every person who uses our services, enabling each person to live as independently as possible in their own homes, in a community setting. Some people may require only a few hours support a week; others may need continual support and care.
Madeira Drive, Brighton Distance: 0.2 miTourist Information Maderia Drive Brighton, United Kingdom BN2 1
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