Exhibitions and info events at Jubilee Library

May 2018

Home Versus Homelessness, Monday 30 April - Sunday 6 May

Invisible Voices of Brighton & Hove, a community group seeking to raise awareness of homelessness in Brighton & Hove are promoting an exhibition of photography at the Cascade Creative Recovery Café for the Fringe. The photography will feature work of professional photographers and ex-homeless members of the Cascade Photography Group. In the foyer.

Man of a Thousand Farces, Monday 30 April to Sunday 6 May

These are paintings used in conjunction with and in part of the development of a theatre show, The Man of a Thousand Farces, the theme of which is a one man recreation of sideshow entertainment from the early 20th century. The exhibition will present the paintings with an explanation of their part in the up and coming performance during the Brighton Fringe. In the window.

Woods and Water: An Exhibition of Sussex Landscape Paintings, Tuesday 8 May to Sunday 13 May

Paintings of the Sussex landscape and photographs of the artist at work. In the Foyer.

Fun in Action for Children, Saturday 12 May

Fun in Action for Children will be recruiting potential new Volunteer Befrienders to support disadvantaged children within the Brighton & Hove area. Information boards will be used, leaflets will be given out and members of the charity will be there to talk to potential befrienders to explain the work of the charity and role of Befriender. In the Information Point

Rainbow Cities Network "Trans*Gender" Exhibition, Monday 14 May to Sunday 20 May

17 May is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT). This exhibition is made up of images from photographers from around the world who are part of the Rainbow Cities Network. The network aims to discuss local approaches in equality and anti-discrimination work for LGBTIQ persons, to learn from each other, and to develop joint strategies. An image by a Brighton Photographer is included. In the window

Art of Attachment, Monday 21 May to Sunday 3 June

A programme of research and artistic activity on the theme of Attachment with lead artists author/poet Lemn Sissay MBE and choreographer/director Charlotte Vincent, funded by the Wellcome Trust and film maker Becky Edmunds, illustrator Laura Bissonet and painter Oscar Romp, funded by Arts Council England. This is intended to be a show of ongoing work, including 2D text and artwork by participants (BOP clients) and commissioned artists (Laura Bissonet and Oscar Romp). In the Window and Foyer.

 

Exhibitions in the Tony Miller Reading Room, Jubilee

Book Arts Uncovered: Six Centuries of Bookbinding,Thursday 1 February to end of June

A curated selection of books from the Rare Books and Special Collections, chosen for their variety of bindings, structures and materials. In the Tony Miller Reading Room

Please note this room is occasionally privately hired, call ahead to check the exhibition is open to the public.

 

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