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JULY & AUGUST
17 – 21 August
Make it Work is a tool kit for developing your creative practice, from skill sharing workshops and how to guides, to podcast interviews with people & organisations working with their communities to build professional opportunities and collaborative networks. COMMUNAL is a programme of activity dedicated to examining ideas of a collective approach to the future.
FABRICA has launched Quiet Revelations – a public participation project asking the public to share thoughts to create a portrait of our times. Contributions are welcomed via text (100 words max), a short film or an image. Submit.
From Home – a unique new cultural project for Brighton Digital Festival. Wanted: 3 minute videos of life under lockdown. Upload your video to the from home facebook page or send via WeTransfer to email@example.com
Actors of Dionysis – are offering online productions, a daily dose of ancient Greek poetry/prose (including famous faces like Stephen Fry, Jane Asher & Joe Pasquale) and low cost classics themed craft activities for parents & children at home.
SOL Design Collective: a community for artists, makers and creatives. Providing an online gallery to showcase your work while festivals fairs and exhibitions are closed. Free Creative’s Coffee Mornings Wednesdays at 10:30am. Build your creative practice with our online workshops.
Second Friday of every month, 8 – 9.30pm [line-ups released weekly]. Hosted by Beth Hodd.
Brighton People’s Theatre – online programme of workshops now available.
Phoenix Art Space – now offers a digital programme of exciting & creative ways for their audience to engage with the organisation. The community are invited to take part in Virtual Family Fun sessions and, in the coming weeks, a series of Online Arts Courses.
Brighton Festival LIVE – watch highlights from previous festivals.
Little Green Pig is launching a series of online activities to get imaginations flowing. Every Monday we will post on our social media channels, writing prompts to inspire children and young people to get creative at home. On Wednesdays, check our YouTube Channel for a message from team LGP in which we’ll build on the week’s activities.
Ditchling Museum of Art + Crafts – CreateToRelate, digital programme now available, including fortnightly sessions for adults with craftspeople across the country & a Virtual Museum Club for primary aged children. New videos released every Tuesday at 3.30pm on IGTV. #CreateToRelate
Platf9rm is a thriving business community in Brighton & Hove, hosting a Virtual Events Programme for the Creative Sector during this time.
Cast Iron Theatre – are offering an online programme. Mondays, they’ll create a short story from your writing prompts, within hours releasing it on their podcast ! Tuesdays, Acting Classes are available via Zoom. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, join them for film evenings & Friday night interviews with creatives.
Oldskool Arts are based in Brighton providing performance and workshop opportunities for older people. Age Is A Stage online: these take place on Fridays at 11.30 more details on their website or facebook page.
Big Brightonline Weekender – join the facebook event to sign-up. Event includes: Stand-Up comedy, Music, Drag Festival, Brighton Fringe’s Roaring 2020 Speakeasy.
Friday 8 – Sunday 10 May.
Testing the power of our collective brain. Join other artists for a conversation about our city & how we can use creativity to affect change around us. Friday 24 April, 12:00 – 13:00, Free. Via Zoom link. [Meeting ID: 162 083 787 Password: 028965]
Our Event Economy II – Platf9rm. Watch the recording of this event here. A discussion by those who organise, create, run, supply & promote events, exploring the short term support & long term prospects of our local event industry.
Wednesday 22 April.
The Stay At Home Morning Show – Comedy featuring local comedienne Jo Neary.