In order of their Opening Date
(Please check with individual museums to confirm that they are open to visitors, as some may be temporarily closed due to Covid-19.)
– Saturday 21 September 2019 to Autumn 2021
ROYAL PAVILION & MUSEUMS
A Prince’s Treasure
From Buckingham Palace to the Royal Pavilion – the Royal Collection Returns to Brighton
A spectacular loan from the Royal Collection is on display at the Royal Pavilion. The culmination of a collaborative venture between Royal Collection Trust and the Royal Pavilion & Museums, over 120 remarkable decorative works of art that were originally commissioned by the Prince Regent, have been relocated from Buckingham Palace and re-united in their previous setting of the Royal Pavilion. Many of the works have not been on public display for over 170 years and are on loan to the Royal Pavilion whilst essential building works in the East Wing of Buckingham Palace take place. This unique project provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for visitors to see these magnificent items in their former home.
Royal Pavilion, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE
During opening hours, free with admission, members free
October to March: 10am-5.15pm (last tickets at 4.30pm)
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 03000 290902
– From Saturday 22 February 2020 – February 2022
Queer the Pier
This community curated display peers into local LGBTIQA+ history. Celebrating the lives of the writers, artists, performers, activists and ordinary people who have made Brighton & Hove so fabulous, their stories are brought to life with film and photography, fashion and drag and oral histories.
Part of Be Bold, a series of collaborative exhibitions and events, programmed with Brighton & Hove’s LGBTQ communities.
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton BN1 1EE
Free with Brighton Museum admission, residents and members free
– From Friday 9th October – Sunday 22nd November 2020
Earthworks by Semiconductor
Earthworks is a five channel computer generated animation, which creates an immersive experience of the phenomena of landscape formation through the scientific and technological devices that are used to study it. Masses of colourful layers are animated by the sound-scapes of earthquake, volcanic, glacial and human activity, recorded as seismic waves, which form spectacular fluctuating marbled waveforms.
Fabrica Art Gallery, 40 Duke Street, Brighton BN1 1AG
Wednesday to Saturday 1.00–6.00pm
Information: 01273 778646 / email@example.com
– September – October 2020
Untitled (2013) – Rich Cutler
Photo taken from the Insecta Series (2013-2018) The series explores ruined and forgotten insect collections, investigating our relationship with nature, our need to collect and its role in memory and the pursuit of knowledge.
Rich Cutler is a British photographer and artist. He is compelled by images of time and symbolism and relationships between the historical and the present and the sciences and the arts.