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With the referendum to decide Britain’s future in the European Union fast approaching we thought we’d update a short piece written for an Arts Council England case study, which reflected briefly on the cultural and financial benefits of European funding.

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Walking into the dazzling installation of Ron Haselden’s Luminary is going to be extra special for those involved in the installation which happened at the end of March. I was lucky enough to be involved and felt really privileged to work alongside such a generous and insightful artist on this incredible piece.

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Fabrica first opened its doors to the public on 30 March 1996 for a show called Spire by Caitlin Easterby.

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This spring, Fabrica Film Club is hosting an exciting and varied programme of events that explore unusual, thought-provoking film.

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In light of the approaching opening of Luminary, we’re sharing a gallery of images to give you a behind-the-scenes insight into the development of our Spring exhibition.

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The next year is shaping up to be a monumental time in our building’s history. Not only will the restoration building works be completed in time for Fabrica’s 20th anniversary, just before the building’s 200th anniversary in 2017, but 3 February 2016 also marks the bi-centenary of the famous Reverend Frederick Robertson’s birth.

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Last week we shared Part One of our Audience Development Manager for Older People Clare Hankinson’s article for Arts Professional in which she explains Fabrica’s developing relationship with an older audience. Here is the second instalment:

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Clare Hankinson, our Audience Development Manager for Older People, has written an article for Arts Professional in which she explains Fabrica’s developing relationship with an older audience. Here’s part one: 

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An update on Alfredo Jaar who exhibited The Sound of Silence at Fabrica in 2006 as part of the Brighton Photo Biennial

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Alinah Azadeh has now released the film, Burning the Books: No Debt Without Story, which follows her Burning the Books project.

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A quick look at what artist duo Semiconductor have been up to since exhibiting at Fabrica.

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Professional development is key to Fabrica’s ethos and is inherent in our volunteer programme, our work experience offer, paid internship programmes and nowhere more so than in the Artist Resource – a cornerstone of the Fabrica offer. In this post, Artist Resource manager Caitlin Heffernan reflects on one important aspect of it.

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A look at Early Redemption, Mark Anstee’s 2005 exhibition at Fabrica, and a couple of the projects he’s done since. 

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Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva first exhibited at Fabrica in 2002. Thirteen years later she is returning for her new site-specific piece Fragility.

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The first in a series of blogs looking back on previous exhibiting artists at Fabrica, and the projects they have been involved in since.

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Some months after receiving news of Arts Council England’s award from their Small Capital Fund Fabrica’s Head of Communications, Laurence Hill, reflect on what it means for Fabrica and its future.

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