A ‘Work in Progress show’ by students on the Textiles MDes and PhD programmes can be seen in the Grand Parade café foyer from 29 November 2016 – 6 January 2017. Read More
Work from staff and students will be on display at the four day Pop-up Makers’ Fair this December. The Fair takes place in the University Gallery at Grand Parade from Thursday 8 December – Sunday 11 December. Read More
Often described as the first Sub-Saharan film to receive international distribution and attention, Ousmane Sembène’s La Noire de… is a film critiquing racism and colonialism. Read More
Couture fans of University of Brighton Fashion alumni Ong Oaj Pairam should note he is holding a sample sale in London this week. Read More
Pallant House gallery in Chichester, which has one of the most important collections of 20th century British art in the country, is now free to students with an NUS card. Read More
Head down to the annual two-day comic book festival of workshops, talks and discussions with graphic novel creators including Kate Evans, Dave McKean, Bryan Talbot and Mary M Talbot. Read More
Come to two free film screenings Watts building as part of the 16 Days of Activism: 30 November (Leaving Greece, 2013 and Boya Boya, 2014) and 9 December (Dream Girls, 1993), 12pm.
The School of Media together with the School of Environment and Technology are organizing two screenings to mark the 16 Days of Activism . The films are provided by the Royal Anthropology Institute..
30 November: double bill of Leaving Greece (2013) and Boya Boya (2014)
9 December: Dream Girls (1994)
Room 309, Watts Building, University of Brighton, Lewes Road, BN2 4GJ, 12pm-2pm.
Sam Aloof, Creative Director of Aloof.com, won the prestigious award for his coffee table book on Mexican interiors guru Gloria Cortina. Read More
The 14th CINECITY festival includes a preview of Ben Wheatley’s new action thriller Free Fire, a live soundtrack to Carl Theodor Dreyer’s Vampyr and an evening of work by our own Moving Image students. Read More