Experiencing Change Exhibition

Press

Our latest statements and press releases are available here. For all media and press inquiries and to be added to our PR please email our Communications Manager susuana@onca.org.uk

ONCA in the Press

2019

Female body hair highlighted in Brighton Fringe exhibition – Brighton and Hove Independent

Cultural institutions declare climate emergency with disruptive horse-led procession through London – Museums + Heritage Advisor

Arts and culture institutions in the UK declare a climate change emergency – Dazed Digital

Pete McKee brings career works to Brighton – The Argus

UK arts and cultural institutions are declaring a climate emergency – i-D

Imagining a better future – Arts Professional

 


2018

Local artist Lily Rigby hosts solo show at ONCA – BN1 Magazine

ONCA’s New Art Space – On Board a Brighton Barge! – Brighton Journal

Inside ONCA’s new art space on board the Brighton barge – Brighton the inside

Lisa Creagh: Holding Time – Exhibition at ONCA Gallery – Brighton Journal

 


2017

 Wildlife Matters exhibition illustrations, by Patrick George – Design Week

 How arts organisations are fighting climate change – Exeunt Magazine

 Climate Change and the Arts – Huffington Post

The alt city guide to Brighton – The Guardian

 


2016

Why don’t we grieve for extinct species? – The Guardian

The Best Galleries in Brighton – Brighton Journal

 


2015

Exile: A Living of Forest comes to ONCA – BN1 Magazine

Circus Street Market Brighton celebrated in new exhibition – BN1 Magazine

 


2014

Environmental art in the city – Arts Professional

Expedition to highlight toxic pollution – The Argus

 


2013

ONCA Gallery – Our Time In Ice – The Argus

Pick a pangolin out around Brighton and Hove to highlight threat to endangered species – The Argus