Hugh Garry

Lighthouse Lightning Talks: Hugh Garry

In the first of our new series of short video interviews, Hugh Garry of Storythings tells us how content creators can get the most out of their stories...

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A screaming comes across the sky – behind the scenes as we install our biggest show of 2014

Personal notes on the installation and launch of Lighthouse-curated group exhibition at LABoral, Gijón, by Fiona Fletcher, the exhibition’s Project Manager.

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Lighthouse opens major international exhibition in partnership with LABoral, Spain

We're excited to announce the opening of A screaming comes across the sky, a major international exhibition curated by Lighthouse in collaboration with and produced by LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación in Gijon, Spain.

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Lufsig

"A complex, fluid story about our relationship to the things we produce, design and consume".

Next week we welcome Corinna Gardner, co-curator of the V&A’s Rapid Response Collecting display, to Lighthouse where she’ll be talking about the team’s approach to curating the exhibition, and why there is a growing urgency for responsive space that reflects on contemporary design practise. Lighthouse programme assistant Natalie Kane shares her thoughts on this innovative development.

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Iain and Jane

"It's all just storytelling": highlights from reFRAMED 2014

What really influences a film audience’s viewing habits? How practical is self-distributing a film? How can filmmakers tell new stories in new ways? reFRAMED returned to Lighthouse this month with a panel of industry experts offering advice, tips and anecdotes on the opportunities digital tools and platforms present to filmmakers and content producers.

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LIGHTHOUSE STUDIO: Goodbyes and Updates, by Natalie Kane

It’s come to the end of the first official phase of Lighthouse Studio, and unfortunately it’s come to the time where we have to wave goodbye to some of our residents. But, as a celebration of their remarkable achievements, here’s what they got up to during their time with us, from events, to new art works, to magazines.

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Brighton Mini Maker Faire 2014

Programme Assistant Natalie Kane spent last weekend hanging out at Brighton Mini Maker Faire, where she ran into fighting robots, gunge and a rogue Dalek.

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Audience debate at Improving Reality 2014

"The most mind-bending and mind-expanding conference at Brighton Digital Festival."

Blogger Adam Englebright gets to grips with algorithms, 'un-monasteries' and forensic architecture at Improving Reality, Brighton Dome Studio, September 4.

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Emma Wickham tries an electronics workshop

Making connections.

From electric shocks to enlightenment; Lighthouse's General Manager Emma Wickham takes part in a paper electronics workshop...

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LIGHTHOUSE STUDIO at Brighton Digital Festival

In the run up to Brighton Digital Festival, we’ve seen a hive of activity in Lighthouse Studio. Two of our residents are working away at projects that will debut at the month long celebration of digital culture.

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Cities, networks and citizens - Natalie Kane on Adam Greenfield

This Thursday we welcome LSE Fellow and Urban researcher Adam Greenfield to Lighthouse. We asked Programme Assistant Natalie Kane to write about why we invited him to speak.

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LIGHTHOUSE STUDIO - Interview with Seb Lee Delisle and Paul Strotten

The Lighthouse Studio has been alive with the sounds of motors, 3D printers and music, courtesy of Lighthouse resident Seb Lee Delisle. We spoke to him and his engineer Paul Strotten about the artistry of engineering and what it's like to collaborate.

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