Your guide to art in Brighton
Artists on Show in Brighton
Galleries / Art Spaces / Organisations
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Recently transformed by a £10 million redevelopment, Brighton's Museum and Art Gallery displays a fascinating variety of both historical and contemporary cultural artefacts. From October 2006 to January 2007, Brighton Museum and the sites listed below all play host to Brighton's second Photography Biennial.
Contemporary visual art and craft gallery Fabrica opened a decade ago. Based in Brighton's disused Holy Trinity Church, Fabrica's exhibitions are complemented by education and publication programmes and professional development resources for artists.
University of Brighton Gallery
Showcase of the University of Brighton's Art and Architecture Faculty
Gardner Arts Centre
A venue for drama, dance, film, music and educational activities, alongside a continuous programme of art exhibitions
Permanent's mission statement emphasises its provision of support for new ideas, new ways of artworking, and the establishment of dialogues between gallery artists and audiences. On site alongside the gallery is a specialist arts bookshop.
The gallery is just one face of the Phoenix Arts Association, billed as the largest artist-led arts organisation in the South of England. Phoenix Arts combines artists' studios and hirable project spaces with residencies, events and the provision of professional support for artists.