Creative Storm

Dulcie Wagstaff, Tom Heatley, Bryony Good, Jacob Clayton

29 September–27 October

Wed - Sun 11am-Wed - Sun 5pm

Throughout the duration of the festival, this collectives’ pod will become two different exhibitions, where two artists who have previously engaged with Creative Storm will be the focus of each critique.

These critiques are an open event, during which the artists will each bring a well- developed body of work, and over an afternoon, attendees will discuss and contribute to the decision making in curating and installing the work. The contributing artists are aware that their work could take a different installed form to what they might have previously imagined.

Creative Storm’s exhibition and events aim to give visitors the opportunity to engage in the collaborative process and contribute to the festival.

0 BPF18 Collectives' & Youth Hub
Phoenix Brighton
10-14 Waterloo Place
Brighton, BN2 9NB

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