Exhibitions and info events at Jubilee Library

October 2018

Saturday 15 September to Sunday 18 November SnailSpace Along the Snailway

Discover which schools and community groups have decorated the 8 junior snails resting at Jubilee Library. #Be MoreSnail

Monday 24 September to Sunday 2 November Brighton Photo Biennial 2018 Habitus: Potential Realities

A series of twelve self-portraits by artist Heather Agyepong Library Events – October 2018 3 exploring the potentiality of British values in a new Europe. In the Main Hall and Window.
Pro Omnia: For All A pop up exhibition of work by young people working with artist Becky Warnock. Inspired by Heather Agyepong’s Brighton Photo Biennial exhibition Habitus: Potential Realities the group have been reflecting on the influence that being part of Europe has brought to our culture.
In the Young People’s Area. 

Tuesday 9, Wednesday 10 and Friday 13 October Alexander Technique Awareness Week

Highlighting Alexander Technique awareness in the local community; what benefits it can offer and the broad and diverse range of people that use the technique in various fields and careers. It will include leaflets about the technique and information on clinical trials and handouts promoting local practitioners and different areas of benefit e.g. musicians, sports people or back pain sufferers. In the Information Point

Exhibitions in the Tony Miller Reading Room, Jubilee

Votes For Women 

Marking the centenary of the Suffragettes and featuring our volume of the original Votes For Women newspaper).

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

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