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
WWI Heritage Open Days event (Fabrica gallery)
- 8 September 2016 1-4pm
During this drop-in event, Fabrica will open its doors to for an afternoon of stimulating and engaging activities and exhibits to inspire ways of considering our experience of the war. This free event will include creative workshops, heritage activities and screenings to explore personal memories relating to the war and the stories we were left with.
A free afternoon tea, music and a warm welcome to people of all ages will be provided!
- Family friendly
- Any age
40 Duke Street, Brighton BN1 1AG
The event takes place in a large contemporary visual gallery which is in a 19th century converted church in central Brighton opposite Browns Restaurant. It is ten minutes walk from Brighton seafront. Public Transport Directions: Brighton Railway Station is approximately 15-20 minutes walk. Local buses stop within walking distance. http://www.visitbrighton.com/culture/fabrica-p384651#location - See more at: http://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/directory/fabrica-centennial1#sthash.ru6XAVWD.dpuf
Wheelchair ramp built into entrance. Guide dogs welcome. Accessible toilets on site. Accessible parking space (1) in front of building. - See more at: http://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/directory/fabrica-centennial1#sthash.ru6XAVWD.dpuf
40 Duke Street
Brighton & Hove