Following the great turn out at our last panel, we are hosting another Defending Art & Culture meeting!
Join us at the Phoenix Art Space (10–14 Waterloo Place, Brighton) on Thursday, 27th July for a discussion on creativity and our community.
The White Room, Pheonix Art Space,
10–14 Waterloo Place
Brighton, BN2 9NB
27th July 2023.
The session is free, however, in the interest of gauging numbers could you please respond here.
Call for Collaborators
The City of Brighton and Hove is renowned for its breath-taking contributions to art and culture. The many artistic and cultural groups, events and their interplay with the universities and other organisations help make Brighton a unique city to live in. The recent closure of the CCA at Brighton University, the proposed compulsory redundancies that look set to decimate the humanities at the University of Brighton, as well as more general issues around cuts, funding, and a cost-of-living crisis seriously threaten the artistic achievements of this city as a whole.
For this very reason we are organising a collaborative conversation aimed at bringing together an array of artists, art groups and organisations, independent interdisciplinary researchers and anyone who contributes to, or benefits from, the cultural make-up of this city.
We’re looking for people who want to collaborate in bringing together material through interviews, conversations, short videos, soundbites or other artistic expressions in order to document people’s experience and give voice and visibility to how the current crisis is affecting us all.
Our main questions are:
We thinking of three elements that could come together:
If you’re interested in this, please come to a first gathering on July 27th 6-8pm at Phoenix White Room. For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org