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Brighton CCA

A new centre for
contemporary arts at the
University of Brighton

This event is part of Dorset Place

RE:VIEW is a new meet up group for artists, writers and creative practitioners initiated by Rachel Maloney  (artist and UOB technical demonstrator in photography) and Polly Wright (Programme Producer at Brighton CCA).

This is a group for anyone who would like to share practice in an informal setting. There is no set theme or prerequisite for joining. This is a supportive space to share ideas, show new work, get feedback and chat with other artists, writers and creative practitioners. We invite you to bring your ideas, plans, new work or just yourself.

The first pilot session will be hosted Wednesday 7 September 2022, from 5.00 – 6.30pm and the second pilot session will be on Wednesday 21 September, from 12.30 – 2pm at Brighton CCA Dorset Place.

Rachel and Polly will be ready to welcome you into the space from 5.00pm / 12.30pm, with discussions starting from 5.30pm / 1.00pm. There will be the option to pin or tack to the walls and/or projection is available on request. Spaces for each session are limited to 10 so please get in touch to reserve a spot or to express an interest in joining a future session.

Contact: Polly Wright, P.Wright@Brighton.ac.uk

Address: 6 Dorset Place, BN2 1ST

We look forward to meeting you soon!

This is part of the next edition of COMMUNAL, taking place at Dorset Place, September 2022. Responding to the needs of Brighton’ creative communities we are offering our project space as a resource for practitioners who might benefit from a free space to trial ideas, present work or hold events. Alongside a curated programme, we’re inviting proposals from artists and creative groups to make use of the space for up to three days.

Begun in 2019 the COMMUNAL Dialogues programme uses online and in person gallery space as a site for collaboration, activity, and experimentation. The programme is an ongoing process of sharing resources and networks aimed at building a more sustainable creative ecology in Brighton and a model for supporting our community over the long term. Each edition of COMMUNAL centres on a programme of activity at Brighton CCA underpinned with online materials and documentation on our website.

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