Art shows

The annual Art Show, held in late spring, is open to individual members of our visual arts groups. It offers an outstanding opportunity to show and sell the best of their work to local residents and visitors alike.

Contributors are invited to submit up to two works of art. Visitors to the show vote for their favourite work; the winner is named BHAC Artist of the Year and presented with a prize and cup, which they hold for a year.

For the latest information, please contact the organiser here.

BHAC Art Show 2024

The 2024 BHAC Art Show of April 17th – 20th was very successful. We had 148 entries of paintings, sculpture, embroidery and mixed media (144 last year). In addition, 60 […]

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BHAC Art Show 2023

The 2023 Art Show has now closed and was very successful. We had 144 entries of paintings, carvings, embroidery, mixed media and stained glass (compared to 115 last year). In addition, […]

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Art Show 2022

After an online show in 2020 and a Summer show with restricted numbers and masks in 2021,  it was nice to get back to a more familiar Spring Art Show. There were 115 works of art on show plus a good selection of prints in the Browsers. The standard of art works was particularly high this year,  perhaps lockdown gave our art group members more time for creativity?

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Annual Art Show 2021

The first live event after lockdown, our Art Show in July was a great success. With over 135 artworks and over 500 visitors, despite a one way system and  masks everyone enjoyed seeing the art in person.  Our usual private view, with nibbles and a visit from the mayor, was held in the front garden.

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2020 BHAC Winter Online Art Show

Our popular annual Art Show, due in April this year, was another casualty of the pandemic.  However, we are delighted to be running an online show from 16th November until 13th December.  Artists from eight of our art group members are exhibiting their work.

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2016 Spring Exhibition

2016 Spring Exhibition 20th – 23rd April 2016 We were delighted to hold our annual Spring Exhibition in central Brighton at the Friends’ Meeting House in Ship Street, for which […]

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