© Alex Bamford, The Brunswick Set
The Brighton Photo Fringe festival 2016 is on from 1st-30th October at 44 venues across Brighton and Hove, where you can see 200 different artists. At the heart of every Brighton Photo Fringe are the self-curated exhibitions by photographers and lens-based artists, many of whom are locally or regionally based.
© Dana Ariel, Peza’el
Throughout October, Brighton Photo Fringe presents its keynote exhibition OPEN16 SOLO by the winner Dana Ariel, who was selected from an international open call using LensCulture’s online platform
The BPF16 events programme will include panel discussions, workshops, talks, guided tours. The Photo Publishers’ Market will take place on 22 and 23 October at Phoenix Brighton in partnership with the venue and Brighton Photo Biennial.
Find the full festival details here.
©Lyndsey Haskell, My Emmaus
PAN news editor Emma is looking forward to visiting her friend photographer Lyndsay Haskell’s print exhibition at the Emmaus Superstore, Portslade, Brighton.
Emmaus communities help people move on from homelessness, providing work & a home in a supportive, family environment.