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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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We are putting a call for an artist or established group to explore the idea of Remote Intimacy with the opportunity for a work in progress to be shown at Brighton Digital Festival.

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The Boys on the Plaque project blog is up and running. The latest entry tells the story of Gerald H.V. Burghope who was killed in France.

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We conducted a short audio interview with Corin Morton of CDMS architects on the excitements and challenges of taking on our building.

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Following the end of our summer exhibition and a few events to come in September we are closing to the public until April 2016.

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As part of a new Creative Europe funded project, we’ve organised, alongside University of Sussex, a conference exploring territoriality.

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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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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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Monday 9th February is our last Film Forum event until April, but it promises to be an unmissable evening.

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We’ve just launched a film, which documents three group exhibitions that shared the title of Monument and took place at three of our partner organisations.

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A chance to win some fabulous prizes and have your film screened at the February 2015 Fabrica Film Forum

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For each exhibition we produce a short artist interview film to accompany the exhibition.

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Fabrica’s monthly round up of news from the gallery, projects and highlights from other arts organisations across the city and beyond.

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Pearl Ahrens (Young Writers Squad, New Writing South) reviews Monika Grzymala’s Raumzeichnung (Reflection).

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Claude Cattelain’s performances have been focused on the Brighton seafront using the natural surroundings of the stoney beach and sea.

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Artist in Residence, Claude Cattelain responding to the landscape of Brighton and Hove through a series of films.

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