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Originally, Nic Joly, the cousin of comedian Dom Joly, started sculpting as a hobby, crafting his miniature characters out of clay, paper and wire to hide around his home for his children to find.
A collection of signed limited edition artworks comprised of iconic Marvel comic book covers are available at Castle Fine Art, Brighton, from Friday (24.07.15).
Visitors to Brighton Dome will be able to immerse themselves in the wonders of the ocean without getting their feet wet as the Ocean Film Festival World Tour returns to the city later this year. 
The first in a series of short films to highlight the most common dangers on Brighton and Hove beaches has been unveiled ahead of the city's busiest summer period.
A creative Brighton man who founded a unique theatre company to allow deaf, disabled and hearing children to enjoy performances together has been recognised with a national honour.
Wearing only 'bull horns' and holding a sign reading, 'Pamplona's Streets Are Stained With Bull's Blood', 32-year-old Dara Fitzgerald from Brighton was at the head of 100 activists fromPETA and Spanish animal rights group AnimaNaturalis to protest the city's Running of the Bulls event. 

Brighton’s ONCA Centre for Arts and Ecology is celebrating the news that award-winning novelist Ali Smith has become a Patron, whilst Arts Council England has awarded the gallery and creative space funding of £75,000.

Local author and travel writer Jennifer Pulling had been to Sicily many times and thought she knew the island well. That was, until she stumbled over the cruel fate that faced many of Sicily's cats. 
This month six gardens across the city will be open for members of the public to look around and admire, with some also holding cake or plant sales, to raise money for the Martlets Hospice.
Brighton and Hove community groups joined Cathedral Group in a final showcase of dance and performance, arts and recycling at the Circus Street market building to mark the closure of the building ahead of redevelopment.

True life stories of domestic violence, drug abuse and refugees fleeing persecution have been highlighted in a report that tackles the issue of inequality across Brighton & Hove.
Last year, artist and broadcaster, Scottee attempted to turn his illiterate Irish Grandad, Liam Gallagher into an artist.
The hidden histories and fascinating features of Brighton & Hove are being enshrined in a new official record of the city's heritage assets.
City College Brighton and Hove's Centre for Visual Arts End of Year Show, one of the highlights of the city's art calendar, is being held in the College's York and Trafalgar buildings. 

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