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Finding Views/ Changing Views 2 : Events for Students, Teachers and Young People

Venue: Fabrica, Lighthouse, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Admission: Free. This is an event for young people aged 13-19. To take part drop in at one of the participating venues anytime between 2pm - 5pm

Oct 16th 2010 - Oct 16th 2010 14:00:00 - 17:00:00

Venue Details

Fabrica:
40 Duke Street, Brighton, BN1 1AG

Lighthouse:
Zone B, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton, BN1 4AJ

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery:
Royal Pavillion Gardens, Brighton, BN1 1EE


Share your views and opinions of Brighton & Hove through photography and animation. A mini photography marathon facilitated by young people from the View-finder project at Brighton Aldridge Community Academy (formerly Falmer High School). Bring a camera (or phone camera). Images and artwork will be uploaded to the View-finder project website. Prizes to be awarded by the View-finder team. To see what the young people have been doing during the project and at these events visit www.viewfinder.org.uk

About View-finder:

View-finder is an online arts project by young people for young people. Pupils from Brighton Aldridge Community Academy have been working with artist Marianne Holm Hansen and designer Paul Farrington (from Studio Tonne). Developed by BPB, Lighthouse and Photoworks, View-finder aims to equip young people with the skills, experience and resources necessary to design an online creative space where they can investigate contemporary digital arts practice, photography and film, and set up opportunities for their friends and families to take part too. The project is funded by Brighton & Hove City Council and Enquire and aims to develop young peoples’ visual literacy and encourage engagement with contemporary visual arts in the city and beyond. Enquire is a national programme joint funded by DCMS and DCSF as one strand of the Strategic Commissioning Programme for Museum & Gallery Education. It is managed by Engage – the National Association for Gallery Education, and has been developed in association with Arts
Council England.

 

Opening Times

Saturday 16th October 2pm - 5pm