Supporting Not-For-Profit arts in Brighton, Hove & Beyond

 What’s on in, and around, Brighton and Hove this summer?

BHAC Poetry Competition & Festival 2017Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s Poetry Competition 2017 is now open, and entries to the competition will be accepted until 15th October 2017.  The winners will be announced at our Poetry Festival, featuring the Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, at The Old Market, Hove on Saturday 18th November from 4pm to 8pm.  See here to enter the competition or for further information.

Arts Diary June to August 2017The new edition of Arts Diary, covering June – August 2017, is now widely available across the city and the surrounding area and in it you will find all our members’ activities for the summer.  You can also find out even more information on all events on our online calendar or find links to our members’ websites, Twitter and Facebook accounts from our group members list.

Also on our website you will find our Blog, with articles, member interviews and more, giving a wider view of many of our group members who are involved with fine art, singing, dancing, theatre, music, poetry, and more.  And don’t forget to keep up to date with 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.