AIDS posters ‘subverted’ across London after outcry

A series of ‘I'm too Sexy to Have AIDS’ posters, displayed across London streets by art studio Studio Voltaire, have been ‘subvertised’ by new art collective ACT UP London,...

PREVIEW: Conversation Piece: Supporting the Unseen – queer solidarity in the…

A relaxed and engaging discussion inspired by the current exhibition at Fabrica, led by artist Lorenza Ippolito. Homes by Harley Weir depicts photographs made over a ten-day...
Posted On 12 Oct 2018

Fatboy ‘Slow’ – Norman changes name for charity challenge

Legendary DJ and Martlets’ Ambassador, Norman Cook, AKA Fatboy Slim, will swap his usual moniker for one day only to mark Martlets’ inaugural #BeMoreSnail day and walking...

Brighton and Hove social enterprise calendar launches for World Homeless Day

A photography calendar created by Brighton and Hove based individuals with experience of homelessness will be launched at 2pm, on World Homeless Day, Wednesday, October 10, at...

PREVIEW: Women Power Protest – a major new exhibition about women

A new, major exhibition Women Power Protest – opens at the Gas Hall, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery on November 10, 2018.
Posted On 04 Oct 2018

PREVIEW: Freddie Moorhead exhibition in Worthing

Light sculpture, Freddie Moorhead is staging an exhibition of his work at the Totem Gallery in Worthing till October 18. The work being exhibited has all been created in the...
Posted On 03 Oct 2018

PREVIEW: Hombres – a photo exhibition of the male nude

Ted Cotter spent his working life in financial services in the City of London. A high-level hockey player in his spare time, he turned to photography relatively late in life,...

Local photographer becomes parent to 74 street kids in Kenya

Photographer returns home to Brighton to share the sense of community he found in the most unlikely of places. Local photographer Chris Dade has been taking trips for several...
Posted On 22 Sep 2018

Queer in Brighton History Club returns on September 30

Brighton LGBTQ+ History Club welcome Professor Lucy Robinson (University of Sussex) for the first session of 2018.

VoiceOver Brighton @Brighton Digital Festival

VoiceOver Brighton is a social radio project for the trans communities by Umbrellium and in collaboration with artist and performance maker Emma Frankland.

2018 Artists Open Houses Xmas Festival – dates announced

The Artists Open Houses Festival in Brighton, Hove and beyond is the largest event of its kind in the UK, with approximately 200 houses and studio spaces opening their doors...

Iconic Gothenburg trams repainted to highlight LGBT+ rights

Train operator celebrates diversity and the LGBT+ communities in public spaces during Euro Pride in Sweden. Västtrafik the train operator in Gothenburg had invited young...

PREVIEW: TRANSWORKERS Exhibition @Jubilee Library

Presenting positive images of transgender people, by transgender people - for everyone! 'TRANSWORKERS' is an exhibition of photographs of 'TQI' people at work, and includes...
Posted On 14 Aug 2018

PREVIEW: A Haunted Existence – Tom Marshman @The Basement, The Island in Bristol

After the recent Pride celebrations saw more big-name brands and politicians than ever demonstrating their support and allegiance with tie-in promotions and personal...
Posted On 11 Aug 2018