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Fantastic Felt Fish! with Imagine Make Play

21 February
11:00 am
1:00 pm

Are your kids aged 6-11? If the answer is yes, then why not let them join ‘Imagine Make Play’ on ONCA’s Barge as part of Brighton Science Festival? Let them dive into their imaginations and create some of their own deep-sea creatures. The workshop will look at the science of felt making and the amazing properties of how felt is made. Combining making with learning about what lies beneath ONCA’s Barge. Your kids will create some weird and wonderful deep-sea…

The Colour of Drag: Makeup Artistry Class with Umber Ghauri

25 February
6:30 pm
8:30 pm

Professional make up activist Umber Ghauri is returning to ONCA to celebrate LGBT History month with a fun makeup class which explores the history and the art of Drag. Drag is gender anarchy and liberation. In this class where we will go through the process of designing looks and then executing them in real time. You will participate in designing a look from scratch on paper and then learn how to translate that onto a face. Umber Ghauri is known for creating looks…

What Next? Climate & Culture meeting

28 February
9:30 am
11:00 am

Please come to Gallery for this talk about climate change and culture, exploring what’s going on and how arts sector practitioners can join forces for positive action locally. Expect to be part of a group of artists interested in tackling climate-related issues and the many related spheres.  This is a chance to air ideas, to talk to others doing the same and to learn from each other.  - Ann Light, Professor of Design and Creative Technology at University of Sussex will talk about…

Eating the Other: Poetry Workshop with Subira Wahogo

1 March
6:30 pm
8:30 pm

Join our 2018 Green Curtain Award winner Subira Wahogo for a poetry workshop that explores the relationships between gender, race, exotification and food. “There was overall agreement that the message that acknowledgment and exploration of racial difference can be pleasurable represents a breakthrough, a challenge to white supremacy, to various systems of domination. The overriding fear is that cultural, ethnic, and racial differences will be continually commodified and offered up as new dishes to enhance the white palate – that…

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