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Brighton
Tuesday, July 7, 2020
The Government has unveiled a £1.57bn support package to help protect the futures of Britain's "world-class cultural, arts and heritage institutions." Thousands of organisations across a range of sectors including theatres, historic sites, museums, galleries, live music venues and independent cinemas will be able to access emergency grants and loans. The...
  This week Brighton Journal spoke to local artist, Jo Teasdale. Jo predominantly works with photography, and takes a conceptual approach towards exploring elements of human nature such as memory, identity and emotion. Her most recent work is a response to our lives in isolation, which she has produced as a...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to Ben Fenton, who's back in his Hastings studio space for the first time since lockdown began. Ben's work explores Mental Health through environment and landscape, frequently taking inspiration from this corner of the country and its coastline. He describes every painting he creates...
This week is English Wine Week, an annual event created by WineGB to celebrate some of the wonderful wines being made across England's 500+ vineyards.  Despite our temperamental climate, English vineyards have developed a reputation for making some of the best sparkling wines around, while also proving themselves to be...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local visual artist, Rollison David. Rollison's vibrant work is inspired by city scenes, bodies of water, landscapes and 1940s photographs. He also works as an Ultrasonic Rail Tester for Network Rail, based in Brighton, taking him to beautiful landscapes and locations across the...
Brighton has joined cities across the globe this month with the launch of ‘United We Stream’, a movement that showcases music, culture and art from our best loved venues across the city.  United We Stream is a movement that provides an online platform for people to enjoy the arts whilst...
Across the country, Year 13 students are facing the tough decision of whether to go to university this year or defer their place until 2021. With some social distancing regulations likely to still be in place in September, freshers are looking at a very different university experience, for the first...
Local gallery ‘artrepublic’ has officially rebranded to become Enter Gallery. It will remain situated on Bond Street and continue to be led by the same team and founder, Lawrence Alkin. The company has gone through various evolutions before this one: From In the Frame, to Ink’d gallery, to artrepublic in...
Written by Winnie Liu The word ‘Hygge’ in Danish roughly translates to a feeling of cosiness and warmth surrounded by those you love. So, the question is, how do we find more Hygge in our everyday lives? The Danes coined this term and accredit it as one of the reasons...
With Father's Day set to be socially distanced this year, there has never been a better time to find and send your Dad an extra special gift to let him know you're thinking of him.   This Father’s Day (June 21st 2020), more people than ever will be shopping online for...