Projects

From 2013-2017 Fabrica is producing three major exhibition commissions that explore aspects of mortality, morbidity and ageing through the artists’ works and through the accompanying discussions and events in the gallery programme.

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Fabrica, in partnership with Strike A Light and Brighton & Hove Library Services, has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for The Boys on the Plaque project, running from 2015-2017. Awarded through HLF’s First World War: then and now programme, the project will highlight a recently uncovered First World War memorial plaque situated in the former Holy […]

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Fabrica has been commissioned by Brighton & Hove City Council to facilitate creative activities with residents at five local seniors housing schemes in Mouslecoomb, Kemp Town and Withdean.

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Understanding Territoriality: Identity, Place and Possession (TIPP) is a new 2-year project led by Fabrica, with partners the contemporary visual arts organisations Netwerk in Aalst, Belgium and Cittadellarte Fondazione Pistoletto in Biella, Italy and contemporary design organisation Otvorena Soba in Skopje, Macedonia.

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We are inviting the community to be a part of our new artist commissioning scheme;the Brighton Commission in July and August 2015. This is a very exciting and unusual opportunity for donors to be much more closely involved in the creation of a piece of contemporary art.

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Building Fundraising Capacity In Spring 2013 the Arts Council Catalyst scheme granted Fabrica and Blast Theory funding to carry out a two-year programme of funding development.

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In Transition is a one-year project funded by Youth In Action, May 2013 to May 2014.

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Growing an Older Audience (GOA) was a programme of activity that encouraged visitors age 70+ to participate in Fabrica’s gallery programme and enjoy contemporary art.

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Out of the Blue: Woad is a three-year (2012-15), European-funded cross-border collaboration programme lead by the City of Amiens in France.

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The Project Time and Place (TAP) was a three-year (2012-15), European-funded collaborative project involving five partners across England and France.

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Permeate was a project designed to address a lack of diversity within visual arts organisations in the south east.

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Landscapes, Cities, People – LCP – was a three-year (2009-2012), European-funded cross-border collaborative project

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