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The University of Brighton will launch Brighton CCA, the first major new contemporary arts gallery in the city for twenty years, on Saturday 19th October 2019. 
Carleen Jackson

Brighton-based Carlene Jackson saw the potential of cloud technology early and went on to build a thriving consultancy business with twenty staff. Below she talks about partnering with Microsoft, staff and apprenticeships and how a 'learning difficulty' has made her a better entrepreneur. 

From 7th October 2019, activists from Brighton and Hove will travel to London to take part in what is expected to be the biggest act of non-violent civil disobedience in history – as Extinction Rebellion starts its next International Rebellion, which will last up to two weeks.

People from across Brighton & Hove are coming together for a week of local action seeking to help end street homelessness
Credit Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival

Brighton Dome is inviting visitors to travel back in time to discover the building's fascinating history at a series of events starting this autumn.

This weekend, vegan campaigners are descending on Brighton city centre to launch their new Vegan Now campaign.

Bestselling author Bill Bryson brings his combination of sharp-eyed humour and depth of knowledge to a celebration of his new book, The Body: A Guide for Occupants, at Charleston, East Sussex, this autumn. 

The stories of seven farmers and their vital role in caring for the South Downs are part of a fun new watch and listen trail linked to short films about their work.

The Ocean Film Festival World Tour is arriving in Brighton this autumn with a brand-new collection of ocean-themed films.

A campaign & fund raiser is up-and-running to place a permanent rainbow crossing on St James Street, Kemp Town, Brighton.
Credit Onneke Northcote-Green

Art lovers from far and wide will descend on East Sussex in the coming weeks as Artwave, the annual free arts festival, welcomes thousands of people into private homes, studios, galleries and workshops.

A new public artwork celebrating the LGBTQ+ community is being unveiled to celebrate Brighton & Hove Pride 2019. 

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