Supporting Not-For-Profit arts in Brighton, Hove & Beyond
It’s almost Spring and our new Arts Diary, covering March/April/May 2017, is now available in and around Brighton and Hove – at public libraries, cafés, etc., at venues used by our group members, or by post if you join us as an individual member. In addition to the more usual activities, we will be holding our annual Spring Art Exhibition at the Friends’ Meeting House in Ship Street, Brighton from Wednesday 26th to Saturday 29th April, and in May many of our group members will be taking part in the Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe, so there’s plenty for everyone among the listings for the next three months. In addition to the Arts Diary, you can also find out what’s on by visiting our online calendar on this website, or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Brighton & Hove Arts Council was founded in 1974 by a group of enthusiasts to support and promote the not-for-profit arts sector in Brighton, Hove and beyond. We are a registered charity that continues to be run entirely by unpaid volunteers.
As well as our Individual Members, we currently have over sixty Group Members in the fields of theatre, music, dance, poetry, debating, painting, sculpture, singing, local radio and the written word.
We do not offer grants, and have no discretionary funding available.