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11 September22 September

We’re excited to showcase artworks from  community of members at our gallery venue in central Brighton. The theme for the exhibition is HOPE, and we are honoured to have many imaginative and creative interpretations of the concept from our talented members. The artists featured in this exhibition are: Robert Ashby Tricia Enns John Moore Solange Leon Iriarte Cui Li Bridget McKenzie Rachel Norwood Miranda Ellis MNamug Sanja Matkovic Jenny Lynne Sessions Jane Sarre Harriet Clapham Madeleine Rogers Chenille L’Oiseau Francesca…

Molly Astley: Touching Space

27 September29 September

‘Touching Space’ is Molly’s first solo show, collating drawings, paintings, prints and photographs created over the past three years. The show will also feature an audio-visual collaboration with video artist Annie Elliot. Deeply inspired by time spent living off-grid in Andalusian mountains between 2016-2017, the work documents her search and discovery of space, inner and outer, within the experience of chronic pain. ‘Touching Space’ celebrates a journey towards reconnection, expansion, self-compassion and wonder, yet the dissonance experienced on returning home…

Climate Talks

2 October6 October

Explore art and playful ways to talk about the Climate and Ecological Emergency, and create your own tool to open up a climate conversation. Climate Museum UK is a new, mobile museum that stirs and collects responses to the Emergency, aiming to help people learn, express feelings and take positive action. Climate Talks is the Museum’s first full exhibition, testing the ways that talking and learning about the Emergency can empower and make a difference. It is part of the Museums…

Electric Eclectic; Life, the Universe and…

30 October3 November

Tension between commonly perceived realism and individual interpretation is explored and presented within Electric Eclectic; Life, the Universe and... The diversity of Kym Cox's practice of photographing soap bubbles, soap films and foams and Juliet Evan's travel, landscape and urban documentary engages the audience by transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. For what we see in the perspective of commonplace and everyday is turned upside down, inside out by these two artist photographers. Pareidolia - the human tendency to perceive…

photo of flooded abandoned village

Atmospheres of Violence

5 November7 November

We live in a time when people are transforming the earth’s climate, changing the skin of the planet through deforestation, dredging the seas and delving for metals and fuel. Resistance to this systematic change is powerful and sometimes successful – and is violently repressed. Across the world over the last 15 years, more than 1500 people have been killed because they took action to defend their lands, forests, rivers and environment. Thousands more face criminalisation, threats, vilification and ‘slow violence’…

Lily Rigby: what the water gave me

9 November17 November

"There is something about water that draws us to it; it has a sort of power that has a mysterious hold on us. It is impossible to control; it is forever flowing and can take any course." Lily began her paintings for this exhibition during her artist residency in Cornwall in April earlier this year. She stayed by the sea, where she would walk and paint everyday. Lily fell in love with the silver light on the sea. Since coming…

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