Evolution Arts Students Photography Show Case curated by Eva Kalpadaki

Lola Bunbury-Davies, Masoumeh Dashti, John Francis, Siobhan Keane, Karen Lewis, Sue Norgrove Moore, Ula Soffe, Andy Stevenson

1–31 October

Mon–Thu 12:00–17:00

Evolution Arts is a leading arts and well-being hub in Brighton & Hove, where you can enjoy an amazing array of activities. For the first time this year we are hosting a photography exhibition to showcase the work of our amazing students under the expert guidance of our photography tutor Eva Kalpadaki. PV 7th October, 16.00 – 19.00


6 Evolution Arts
89 Western Road
Brighton, BN1 2LB

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