The ONCA Gallery is currently open for Dresscue on Friday mornings, and for one-off events. See below for more information.

Syl Ojalla: A Sparrow Whispered In My Ear

ONCA Gallery 14 St George's Place, Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom

A Sparrow Whispered In My Ear by artist Syl Ojalla is a gentle call to human audiences to remember their place within the delicate balance of biodiversity. Through a series of photographs exploring the intricacies of nature capturing the essence of living things such as trees, fauna and flora the exhibition hopes to inspire stewardship […]

South East Cultural Assembly

De La Warr Pavilion Marina, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, United Kingdom

From Eco-Anxiety to Action: How do we free ourselves to take action for climate justice? Assemble at the De La Warr Pavilion for a day of collective enquiry where we’ll consider how to move beyond worry, overwhelm, guilt, stagnancy and other blocks to taking action. A cultural assembly offers an opportunity to explore pathways to […]

Collective Collage Workshop with Syl Ojalla

ONCA 14 Saint George's Place, Brighton, England, United Kingdom

Join artist Syl Ojalla for a collective collage workshop exploring the theme of environmental stewardship. We’re pleased to be joined by artist Syl Ojalla for a collaging workshop exploring how we can be in better community with the delicate balance of biodiversity that sustains all life. As part of their current exhibition, A Sparrow Whispered […]

Zine-Making In A Mad World

ONCA 14 Saint George's Place, Brighton, England, United Kingdom

Join Micha Frazer-Carroll for a zine-making workshop and talk about their recently published book, Mad World: The Politics of Mental Health. We'll hear about Mad World, a book interrogating the category of madness and explaining how the current mental health crisis is connected to capitalism, racism and other social justice issues. Afterwards, we’ll create our […]

Far From Home

ONCA Gallery 14 St George's Place, Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom

For Brighton Fringe 2024, ONCA presents Far From Home, an exhibition exploring migrant narratives by two artists, Bernadette O’Donoghue and Usva Inei. The exhibition narrates distinct stories with common threads that explore identity, borders and belonging.  At least 20% of Brighton and Hove residents were born outside of the UK, meaning a lot of people […]

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