Sam Ford Tomb of Tartete

THE WHOLE IS OTHER (THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS)

13 - 29 April

Graduate Monthly presents a curated programme of artwork and events from local emerging artists:

Lorna Ough // Ruby Bateman // Lily Rigby // Ola Teper // Zoe Prichard // Ben Bradshaw // Chris Hawkes // Ella Husbands // Violet Blyth // Tom Nicholson  // Hanna Young // Jordan Edge // Sophie le Roux // Owen Herbert // Violeta Marchenkova // Ruth Lawrence // Kieran Prendergast // Vanessa Maurice-Williams // Georgina Hooper // Izabela Brudkiewicz // Lauren Collier // Sam Ford // Amy Brangwyn & Ben von Stietencron // Ellie Judd & Matilda Davy // Jess Butcher // Maja Mihalik & Guoda Dirzyte // Thomas Lund // Ruby Clarke // Zac Thomas // Julia Goodlife // Charlot Brinkhuis // Rory Chapman // Sinan Kinch // Ellie Woodward // Daisy Hayes // Otis Tree // Cole Quirke // Holly Moorton // Thomas Cole // Ollie John // Ezekiel Santos // Harriet Rose

Launch Event // Friday 13 April, 6 – 9PM

Poetry Performance by Ruth Lawrence & Reading by Lorna Ough // Saturday 14, 3 – 4PM FREE

Interactive Performance Workshop with Izabela Brudkiewicz // Saturday 21, 12 – 6PM & Sunday 22, 12 – 4PM Drop in at anytime, FREE

Noise & Reduced Listening: Sound Performance & Talk by Jordan Edge // Saturday 21, 7 – 8:30PM FREE

Alternative Mending Workshops with Georgina Hooper, founder of SU:STAIN // Sunday 22, 12 – 4PM Payment by donation

Más Hangok: Improvised Sound Performance by Maja Mihalik & Guoda Dirzyte // Friday 27, 7PM FREE

anoma presents: Y17 A Night of Visual Arts // Saturday 28, 6 – 10PM

The Body Of: We – Performance Workshop with Amy Brangwyn & Ben von Stietencron // Sunday 29, 12 – 2PM

Artist in residence presentation by Owen Herbert // Sunday 29, 2 – 4PM (talk at 2:30PM)

Exhibition Opening Times // Wednesday to Saturday 12 – 6PM & Sunday 12 – 4PM (13 – 27 April)

About Graduate Monthly:

Graduate Monthly is an informal peer led network run by Lorna Ough in partnership with ONCA, offering emerging artists the support and resources necessary to continue developing their creative practices in Brighton. This can take the form of crits, reading groups, advice sessions, skill sharing and visiting speakers. Alongside monthly meet-ups there is also an online forum for sharing resources and continuing discussions. Graduate Monthly is open to anyone currently based in Brighton and the surrounding areas that graduated from a visual art course in the last 5 years. Artists who haven’t undertaken formal academic training but are looking for support to develop their work and meet other like-minded creatives are also very welcome to attend. See here for more info.

Image credit: Sam Ford, The Tomb of Tartete (2013)