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Read and watch our IWD conversation between 5 women from different professions, each invested in affecting change in the world by working towards empowering and supporting women.

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Latest Artist Resource newsletter for artists.

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It’s been more than ten years since Rosie Leventon exhibited Undercurrent at Fabrica. What has she been up to since?

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

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The Boys on the Plaque, a two year project at Fabrica, launches today.

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The most recent edition of Fabrica’s highly informative newsletter for artists. Each week our Artist Resource manager Caitlin Heffernan puts together an email newsletter for artists full of events opportunities and exhibitions of particular interest. Click here to read the most recent edition and visit the Info for Artists pages to learn more about our professional development work with […]

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Former Fabrica artist in residence Naomi Foyle launches her new book this February.

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Now that our exhibition On Balance has finished, we’re looking for homes for some of the exhibition’s key components.

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It’s festival time again! Fabrica is a regular visual arts partner with the Brighton Festival

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We at Fabrica have all sorts of goodies up for sale over on our eBay Page.

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We’re very happy to welcome Sarah Ticho as our new Office and Business Development Manager. Sarah comes to us from the NHS and starts this week.

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This weekend our partners in Amiens, the Maison de la Culture launch the Art, Cities, Landscape Festival

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Longhill High school, in conjunction with Fabrica Gallery, and LCP has begun a ground breaking initiative that will perhaps change the way we consider both school environments and how schools approach the display of work alongside the curriculum. A bit of background The opportunity to explore this subject came about through a partnership between ‘Landscape […]

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