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In light of the recent government announcement that England will go back into lockdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the ONCA Gallery and ONCA Barge remain closed to the public until further notice. Our exhibitions are available to view online and in our Gallery window from outside.

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Celebrating NHS Staff: Online Exhibition

4 November 202028 February 2021

Celebrating NHS Staff! Last year we ran an open call as part of the Emerge project, a creative wellbeing programme led by for NHS staff at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust. The artworks have been shared by artists who want to show gratitude for Sussex’s incredible NHS staff and can be viewed as part of an online exhibition by clicking the button below. Click here to view the exhibition During the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, more than ever, we’re…

Lost Species Day 2020 Exhibition: Beyond Ruin

27 November 202028 February 2021

For this year's Lost Species Day, and textile artist Katie Tume AKA Mother Eagle have co-curated a group exhibition 'Beyond Ruin' in our Gallery windows and online. Click here to view the exhibition Lost Species Day 2020 invites participants to consider how their work can or does contribute to and strengthen the growth of the intersectional environmental movement. This exhibition, accompanied by a weekend of online events, is offering for 2020. We are delighted to confirm the following artists as…

Hili Greenfeld: MaGifa

21 January14 March

.tribe-events-event-image img { pointer-events: none; } MaGifa is an online exhibition of new works by Israeli artist Hili Greenfeld. Hili was scheduled to be artist in residence in July last year, with a subsequent solo exhibition following in August, but the ongoing coronavirus outbreak meant this couldn’t take place. Click here to view the exhibition **We recommend viewing on a computer/laptop rather than a phone for the best experience** MaGifa (meaning pandemic in Hebrew) reveals new works created by the…

David Blandy: Lost Eons World-Building Tabletop Roleplay Jam (2 sessions)

2 February
6:00 pm
9 February
8:00 pm

Join artist David Blandy for this world-building table-top role-play jam over 2 two-hour sessions, February 2 and 9 Revising high fantasy tropes while discarding harmful baggage such as inherent good, evil and alignment, racial traits and the coding of monstrous creatures, The World After: Lost Eons gives High Fantasy a clean slate to build a new space for magic, heroism, fights for social justice and grand adventure. Lost Eons is a setting for the World After, based on visions of…

Podcast Making: 6 Week Online Course with Billie Eliot

4 February
7:00 pm
11 March
8:30 pm

Learn the art of podcast making in this 6 week course with radio and podcast producer and teacher, Billie Eliot Turner. In this course you will get the opportunity to gain new skills, connect with like-minded artists, feel held in a community going through the same process, be taught, enthused, supported and encouraged by Billie every step of the way and, most importantly, have a lot of fun! The course consists of six 1.5 hour online workshops (7 – 8.30pm,…

Meet the Artist: Hili Greenfeld

18 February
6:30 pm
7:30 pm

Artist Hili Greenfeld offers insights into her practice, a project with that never happened due to Covid-19 and what she made instead. Gallery Manager, Lydia, first met Hili in 2012 when they both took part in an international artist residency, Tropical Lab at Lasalle College of the Arts (Singapore) with 24 other artists from around the world. They have remained in touch ever since, and in 2017 Hili visited Brighton where discussions of an exhibition at that responded to collections…

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