What Next? is a national movement bringing together arts and cultural organisations from across the UK. The Brighton & Hove chapter has 200+ members spanning creative individuals & businesses. Currently, meetings happen weekly via zoom in response to the need during the pandemic.
A sub group of Brighton & Hove’s What Next group where local cultural organisations, freelancers and makers discuss and share knowledge and skills around digital aspects of their work since Covid-19.
Held at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, recent events have focused on the lived experiences and images of LGBTQI Roma; the work of the black gay archive Rukus! 45 years of Switchboard; the work of HIV/AIDS activist Simon Watney; and much more.
We are an organisation led by disabled people, set up to advance disability arts and culture through the pages of our journal.
Includes events, a directory and job listings. Based in Portslade.
Brighton Event Professionals Independent Committee (EPIC) encourages openness and communication between businesses in the event production and supply industries across the Brighton & Hove region.
Future Creators are a collective of organisations working locally (and nationally) as one, to develop the creative potential, skills and voice of our children and young adults.
Queer Artists Network Brighton aims to bring together LGBTQ+ artists to share skills, establish new working partnerships and ultimately build community between new and emerging local artists.
A programme of social gatherings by and for queer, trans and intersex people of colour (QTIPoC) in Brighton & Hove.
The Rocket Artists are a not-for-profit, artist-led group who celebrate diverse identities, abilities & art practices.
They develop collaborative, inclusive strategies, work with University of Brighton students on the M.A. Inclusive Arts Practice and make art from their studios in Brighton.
Stay Up Late is a Brighton-based charity committed to promoting the rights of people with learning disabilities to live the lifestyle of their choosing.