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Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts is set to host a series of shows encompassing contemporary music, digital art and installation to begin the Autumn 2017 season.  by: Mike Cobley
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New images which have just been released give a unique insight into excavations at the historic Quaker burial site which was discovered earlier this month during redevelopment work at Brighton Dome Corn Exchange.

Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts is set to host a series of shows encompassing contemporary music, digital art and installation to begin the Autumn 2017 season. 

Brighton's Chris Riddell, illustrator, political cartoonist and author, is behind a newVoluntary Service Overseas (VSO) fundraising campaign to help babies 'draw' their first breath in Sierra Leone, which has the highest maternal mortality rate in the world. 

For two months, a group of artists that live with an invisible disability have been creating visual, sound and interactive artworks with the aim of educating the public on what it's like to live with a hidden illness. 

Sussex Nightstop – a Brighton-based emergency accommodation service – will be featured in a national TV documentary this month.

Brighton Pier will be transformed into a spectacular science showcase during this year's British Science Festival, organisers have announced.
Akvile Magicdust with Lily Gould

Award-winning Lithuanian illustrator Akvile Magicdust has been mentoring students at Brighton Metropolitan College as part of the Pop Up Projects’ International Illustrator's Exchange programme

The Capture Collective are members of Brighton & Hove Photography Club, a Photoworks initiative enabling the city's 13-16 year olds to meet regularly, develop their camera skills, produce photographs for a display and gain an Arts Award certificate.

As part of a nationwide series of events in honour of Jo Cox MP, local charity Brighton & Hove Impetus is organising a community picnic in Palmeira Square, Hove, on Saturday 17th June from 12-2pm.

Local designer David Camilli has been named a finalist in PETA's vegan handbag design competition. 
Eddie Otchere_by Dan Fontanelli

Best known for his photographs depicting hip hop culture since the 1990s, acclaimed photographer Eddie Otchere has launched The Bright Room, a community darkroom for Brighton Festival.

The British Science Association is providing grants of £500 to community groups/organisations in Brighton that work directly with audiences who are traditionally underrepresented and currently not engaged in science activity. 

The Hum, a free app released for Brighton Festival, which breathes new life into the mundane and highlights the beauty in the everyday, is now available to download.
Photo Copyright Peter Mould

Police were called to a pub after a passer-by mistook rehearsals of a Brighton Fringe play for a real incident.

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