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We’re launching another one of our semi-regular summer photography competitions.

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To be more specific we need those non-UK coins that are rattling about in a drawer somewhere on the off chance that you may one day go back to their country of origin

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Over the last few years, Fabrica has worked on developing an older audience for our exhibitions and activities. In the following post, Clare Hankinson who leads on this work, reflects on what it has meant, for the older people and for us.

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Working with young people is crucial to Fabrica’s ongoing commitment to supporting a broad audience to enjoy contemporary visual art as well as talent development. In this post Louise Bristow, Fabrica’s Artist Youth Coordinator reflects on this work alongside comments from young people and teachers.

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We are delighted to announce a successful bid to the Arts Council England’s Small Capital Fund. The award of close to £500,000 will enable us to carry out extensive alterations and repairs to the building.

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Yes, after a hiatus in 2013 the Fabrica Advent Calendar is back and we’re pretty excited about it.

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Update: Claude Cattelain, our artist in Residence is running a fun filled event for children 8+…

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As of today we have gotten rid of the last of the weighing scales from our last exhibition ‘On Balance’.

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The ‘That Changed my Life’ project is going very well and their is now plenty of videos uploaded ready to watch online.

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Fabrica are getting involved with the That Changed My Life campaign.

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We’re in between shows so we thought we’d take this opportunity to take a brief look back at 2013.

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To celebrate our summer exhibition and all things musical, Fabrica has teamed up with Glyndebourne to offer you a fantastic opportunity to win a pair of top price tickets for one of their autumn Tour productions at Glyndebourne itself.

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Thank you to everyone who submitted images for the advent calendar. We had a great response, shame there were only 24 days!

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In preparation for the forthcoming The Power of the Crowd event, check out William H. Whyte’s The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces documentary. A fascinating documentary from the late 1980s, which looks at how people inhabit urban spaces. William H. Whyte – Social Life of Small Urban Places from Robin van Emden on Vimeo. […]

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