40 Duke Street
Brighton & Hove
Fabrica is an art gallery in the heart of Brighton town centre, committed to promoting understanding of contemporary visual art and craft. It opened in March 1996 in the redundant Holy Trinity Church with the support of South East Arts, Brighton Borough Council, The Foundation for Sport and the Arts and Chichester Diocese. The original idea grew out of the ambitions of Red Herring Studios, in Hove, to provide access to contemporary visual art.
Office Hours: 9am-5pm Monday-Friday
Heritage Open Days 2014: Centennial
- 11 September 2014
Fabrica is a contemporary art gallery housed in a former Regency church in Brighton with a mission to increase access to contemporary visual art to as broad an audience as possible. Fabrica often commissions artists and we run a full range of activities to support our exhibition programme. These include artist talks, screenings, drawing events, schools’ workshops and artists in residence. The event will be followed by a feature film showing. This specially created event 'Centennial' is an afternoon drop in event to commemorate the beginning of the centenary of World War I. It profiles and examines aspects of our experiences of the war, including wartime songs, creative workshops, talks and more that explore our shared and personal memories relating to the war and the stories we were left with. We will be hosting arts, film showings, workshop activities, talks, and free afternoon tea!
Please refer to the Heritage Open Days website for booking details and timings.