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Workspace available at Lighthouse

We have two workspaces available to rent in our central Brighton building.

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Curator in Residence Eva Rowson

Welcoming Curator in Residence Eva Rowson

Eva Rowson is joining Lighthouse for a six month placement as Curator in Residence. As well as offering a platform for different voices, our Curators in Residence programme helps us to bring new energy and artistic influences to Lighthouse, and enables us to be more responsive to cultural shifts. In this post Eva introduces herself and what she has planned for her time in Brighton.

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Looking back at Guiding Lights: Feature Focus

It’s been a busy nine months for the mentors and mentees of Guiding Lights: Feature Focus, a new iteration of the Guiding Lights scheme that supports filmmakers making their first feature film. In this post we look back at their recent achievements, and hear about their highlights from the scheme.

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Viral Showcase, October 2018

Viral showcase: The next generation of Brighton’s creative talent

On 12 October we showcased a variety of work from the first participants of Viral — a talent development scheme for young people in Brighton.

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Open Sessions #8

Rituals – Ways of Working: reflecting on the past 12 months

It’s been an incredible year at Lighthouse, a real joy to watch our projects develop, participants grow and perfect ideas, our brilliant team flourishing with all that’s thrown at them while meeting new friends to hatch new plans.

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Terminal 3, created by Asad J. Malik

VOLUNTEER AT LIGHTHOUSE

We are looking for volunteers to invigilate Alternate Realities at Lighthouse during the Brighton Digital Festival, September 19-30.

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Alternate Realities – a conversation between Lighthouse and BDF

For the 2018 Brighton Digital Festival, Lighthouse will be presenting selected works from the Alternate Realities programme which launched at Sheffield Doc/Fest in June.

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The Wave Epoch, Brighton Festival. Photo: Xav Clarke

An archaeology of CERN – The Wave Epoch

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL 2018

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Panel discussion from QM Records Presents. Photo: Anya Arnold

RE-IMAGINING THE FUTURE OF CULTURE

A series of performances, talks, and events

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WHAT DOES THE FUTURE OF CULTURE LOOK LIKE?

Last Dance: Re-imagined Futures commissions

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LOOKING BACK AT GUIDING LIGHTS 9

The ninth edition of Guiding Lights has already resulted in recognition and successes for our participants.

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The Wave Epoch will be showing at Brighton Festival 2018.

GRIME, ART AND SCIENCE COLLIDE TO RE-IMAGINE CULTURE FOR BRIGHTON FESTIVAL

Last Dance: The Wave Epoch, a unique collaboration between grime DJ and producer Elijah, musician GAIKA and visual artists Haroon Mirza and Jack Jelfs for Brighton Festival (24 May) imagines what culture will be like in 2000 years' time.

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