Brighton Artists Network is Brighton’s first artist-led interdisciplinary artists network.
We are an organisation led by disabled people, set up to advance disability arts and culture through the pages of our journal.
Brighton Event Professionals Independent Committee encourages openness and communication between businesses in the event production and supply industries across Brighton/Hove.
Fuse Brighton is an inclusive platform aimed at elevating the voices and work of creatives of colour. We’re here to create change.
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.
Held at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, recent events have focused on LGBTQI Roma; the work of the black gay archive Rukus! 45 years of Switchboard; HIV/AIDS activist Simon Watney; and much more.
Aims to bring together LGBTQ+ artists to share skills, establish new working partnerships and build community between emerging local artists.
A programme of social gatherings by and for queer, trans and intersex people of colour (QTIPoC) in Brighton & Hove.
A not-for-profit, artist-led group who celebrate diverse identities, abilities & art practices.
Regional group Brighton meet-up for a UK based community of artists committed to building agency for the field of art and social practice.
SEAS is a BIPOC & LGBTQ led organisation which promotes social art and artists from underrepresented communities through exhibitions and cultural events.
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.
The Ironclad Hub is a free to join digital community for writers, actors, directors and producers. A place to connect, learn and collaborate.
What Next? is a national movement bringing together arts and cultural organisations from across the UK. The Brighton & Hove chapter has 200+ creative members and businesses.