Supporting Not-For-Profit Arts in Brighton, Hove & Beyond
Brighton & Hove Arts Council (BHAC) 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.
To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Shoreham Wordfest is launching a Poetry and Prose Competition from 1st April. They are inviting poems of 10 lines and 10-word short stories. The competitions will be judged by John McCullough and Catherine Smith and are open to all residents of Sussex, with a special prize for 16-18 year-olds. The closing date is 1st August. Full details on their website.
Brighton & Hove Arts Council (BHAC) is delighted to invite its group members to nominate an individual for its annual Outstanding Contribution to the Arts Award. The closing date for entries has been extended to 31st July 2020. Please see our Blog for details.
The Covid-19 disruption is hitting the creative, cultural, heritage, media and live events industries hard. Delivered in partnership with the Arts & Creative Industries Commission & funded by Brighton & Hove City Council, the team at always possible are offering a limited number of structured 45 minute 1:1 surgeries for small and medium creative industries enterprises, freelancers and sole-traders. Full details are on our Blog.
Our group member, Dupont Art Club at Hove, is making the most of the current lock-down by offering free-to-access art courses by artists Caroline Marsland and Lucy Parker on their YouTube channel. You can access them all here.