Events – Phoenix

Events at Phoenix Brighton

Phoenix Brighton hosts a lively programme of events ranging from live performance to experiment music, talks, panel discussions and more.

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ILLUSTRATED TALK by Kim L Pace

Saturday, 13 June, 11.30 am – 12 noon
Free, no booking required

As part of her exhibition in the gallery (Kim L. Pace: Works on Paper), the artist will give a talk in the gallery, organised by the Sussex Book Art Collective, who meet bi-monthly. All welcome.

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Museums at Night: Intuitive Visions Event

Thursday 14 May, 7 – 9 pm

In the gallery, free admission, registration required

As part of the UK wide Museums at Night programme of late openings in May, Outside In will be holding an informal evening of round-the-table artist talks delivered by a selection of artists represented in the exhibition, as well as live poetry accompanied by drinks and a buffet. We invite you to come along if you are interested in finding out more about the project and the artists involved in the show. 

To book a place for this event, please contact:

Hannah Whitlock
h.whitlock@pallant.org.uk01243 770 845

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Professional Development

Monthly meet-ups, presented by BPF and Phoenix

Next meeting 6 July 2015

Talks by Mandy Lee Jandrell and @reynys

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Diatribes: Aural Detritus Concert Series

Sunday 14 June, 7.30pm  doors open £6/£5 consc

Diatribes, the Geneva based duo, will be presenting two new improvised pieces based on the deconstruction of old Jamaican Dub tunes.

They will be joined by Holly Jarvis and Ben Cummins and Paul Khimasia Morgan

www.dincise.net/diatribes

www.aussenraumrecords.com

 

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Flawed is Beautiful: Documentary

Sunday 26 July, 2pm

Filmed at Phoenix Brighton, this documentary focuses on two bands, Brighton’s These Animal Men and S*M*A*S*H, charting their brief dalliance with infamy and the inevitable comedown.

The screening will also feature a Q&A with director Adam Foley and members of the bands