Fabrica, 40 Duke Street , Brighton, Brighton & Hove, East Sussex, BN1 1AG
Fabrica is a contemporary art gallery housed in a former Regency church in the centre of Brighton. Our mission is to increase access to and promote understanding of contemporary visual art to as broad an audience as possible. Fabrica often commissions artists to make new work specific to the gallery space and we run a full range of activities to support our exhibition programme. These include artist talks, screenings, drawing events, schools’ workshops and artists in residence. This specially created event 'Objects of Desire' is an afternoon drop in event to celebrate those quirky things we form attachments with over the years - teddy bears, photo albums, favourite clothes, little objects which we hold dear. We will be hosting free arts, film showings, workshop activities, talks, and free afternoon tea! This event welcomes babies and children of all ages. There is space inside the venue for prams. Room to explore and changing space in the accessible toilets.
This event took place in September 2013 and the entry is now archived.
Wheelchair ramp built into entrance. Guide dogs welcome. Accessible toilets on site. Accessible parking space (1) in front of building.
We will also be showing a free evening film with refreshments from 6.30pm on the same date. All welcome. This film is Robot and Frank about a man's relationship with his friendly robot who then becomes indoctrinated into a life of crime.
The event takes place in a contemporary visual gallery which is in a converted church in central Brighton. It is ten minutes walk from Brighton seafront. Public Transport Directions: Brighton Railway Station is approximately 15-20 minutes walk. Local buses stop within walking distance. http://www.visitbrighton.com/culture/fabrica-p384651#location Map link.
Strike a Light and Fabrica
Date last modified: 12th July 2013 at 11:16