Monday, June 17, 2019

ACCA opens Empathy Museum in a giant shoebox

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to walk in somebody else's shoes? The Empathy Museum’s unique and immersive exhibit A Mile In My...

Photographer Rosie Matheson and the gaze on masculinity

Elliot by Rosie Matheson
With women so often being the photographed subject, Rosie Matheson’s hyped series, Boys, refreshingly turns the lens towards young men, beautifully depicting an under-communicated...

Brighton’s art scene sees double with Two Faced Twins

“Seeing double" Two Faced Twins create bespoke art for modern, minimalist homes. The twins are making waves with their intricate illustrations and large-scale pieces. The...

BN1 Chats to Kevin Cummins

The mythology of rock music is not crafted by musicians alone. While now we can access the most personal moments of a star’s life,...

Design Brighton: Creating a vision for the city of tomorrow

Design-Brighton
Celebrating a rich local creative pedigree, Design Brighton brings three days of events to a regenerated Corn Exchange in October. It offers the chance...

The Two Kats and a Cow Spring Exhibition

Brighton’s oldest independent Fine Arts gallery, Two Kats and a Cow, begins their Spring exhibition this month. It’ll feature a dynamic new collection of...

Artists Open Houses 2017

The largest event of its kind in the UK, Brighton’s Artists Open Houses festival (AOH) takes place in Brighton, Hove and beyond over four...

Best of Artists Open Houses 2018: Moes at the Circus

Art should inspire and be accessible to all. With this in mind, two years ago local artist and lecturer, Curtis Tappenden agreed with café...

Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts announces autumn programme

acca autumn 2018
The UK’s first interactive film event comes to the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA) as part of a packed autumn season programme. ACCA...

Behind Brownton Abbey at Brighton Festival

“We’re not taught to talk about race,” says Tarik Elmoutawakil, artist and creative producer at The Marlborough Theatre and one half of the brains...

BN1 chats to…Harley Fox from The Circus of Horrors

We chat to Harley Fox from The Circus of Horrors ahead of their tour which stops off at Brighton's Theatre Royal on Mon 14 March.

David Shrigley to design sculpture for upcoming city-wide installation

david shrigley
Turner Prize-nominated artist and Brighton resident David Shrigley will be designing a giant snail sculpture for ‘Snailspace’, a public art event running this month...