Friday, May 24, 2019

Selected 5 brings film to Fabrica

Selected 5: A touring lucky dip of early career artists’ film nominated by 2014 Jarman Award shortlisted artists, comes to Brighton’s Fabrica gallery on...

Brighton Digital Festival: dConstruct line up announced

Brighton Digital Festival is almost upon us, which means a month-long celebration of digital culture is just around the corner. And one of the...

BN1 Talks To… Tangled Feet

How do you get onto the career ladder, when all the rungs are broken? This is what Tangled Feet are asking, at a time...

Brighton Digital Festival 2014 – final week

Brighton Digital Festival closes this Sunday, after 28 days of adventures in art and artistic investigations into the digital. There is still plenty of...

The Bare Bones exposes your favourite Cartoon Characters

Milk No Sugar café plays host to The Bare Bones on Sat 5 July 2014. An exhibition of work by local artist Will Blood,...

Data As Culture exhibition comes to Lighthouse

From census boycotts to Indymedia, the Freedom of Information Act to Wikileaks, the question of ownership over personal and public data has never been...

Open Gallery projects unique show at BDF2015

Open Gallery will be projecting a unique series of video paintings onto the exterior of 68 Middle Street on Mon 7 Fri 11 Sept....

South East Dance hits the streets

This month local residents can take part in free, interactive street performances coordinated by South East Dance, the development organisation for dance in South...

The History Boys returns to Theatre Royal

The History Boys will be returning to Theatre Royal Brighton for a limited run from Mon 9th – Sat 14th Feb. The play, which...

Junior Tomlin, legendary rave flyer artist – interview

BN1 talks to Junior Tomlin, legendary rave flyer illustrator and cover artist for new compilation, Calling The Hardcore – Volume 2
Successfully navigating the divide between physical paints and digital creation in the late 80s/early 90s, Junior Tomlin also indivertibly found himself helping forge some...

STARE brings bold new exhibition to Brighton Fringe

STARE, an exhibition creating open conversations on body consciousness, comes to Brighton’s ONCA gallery on Tues 14 – Sun 19 May, as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
STARE is the debut exhibition from Ripple Art Collective. The group of women open conversations on body consciousness and other issues concerning society, sexism...