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Curator's Choice: The Creative Producer at Brighton's Dome tells us about taking a visual arts approach to the five-day, electronic-led festival which is about to begin.
The role of Brighton as a centre for recuperation and the varied experiences of local people feature in Brighton and Hove's response to the First World War Centenary.
Directors Siobhan Davies and David Hinton combine forces for a 50-minute exploration of the creative potential of walking. The resulting film, All This Can Happen, is to be shown as part of Brighton Film Festival Cinecity.
Brighton's former royal palace, museum and major performing arts venue are at the centre of plans for a £35 million project at the former home of George IV.
With works by Vivienne Westwood, Grayson Perry, Thomas Heatherwick and Paul Scott, Brighton's Subversive Designs reveals the counter-culture of the decorative arts.
We take a look at the new Turner in Brighton exhibition, at the city's Royal Pavilion, and find out what some of the people involved with the show enjoy most about it.
An intimate exhibition, celebrating the acquisition of a Turner watercolour lost from public display for almost 100 years, is an exquisite portrait of Brighton, says Jessica King.
CINECITY and the University of Brighton Gallery present a celebration of the legendary Czech surrealist Jan Švankmajer, filmaker and artist.
3D printing has the world of technology abuzz with its potential applications. Break the Mould, at the Brighton Digital Festival, gives visitors a chance to get up close and personal with this......
Moving in a specially-built coffin within a darkened Brighton gallery space, French dancer Sandra Devaux's brain activity makes for a mesmeric, beautifully creepy installation.
Ahead of a fundraiser giving the public the chance to win her work for a tenner, artist Lisa Ridgers explains how her paintings became the backdrop for hit US sitcoms.
From faires and films to plankton and pyrotechnics, the Brighton Digital Festival has its grandest line-up to date. Ping pong and street games make our top ten.
Hove Museum and Art Gallery explores why there are no blue mammals, what creatures have the best eyesight and more in its latest family-friendly exhibition, Into the Blue.
Visitors to two pubs in Brighton could receive artworks as well as pints as part of an exhibition in the city's Ink_d Gallery by the muso-friendly street artist known as RYCA.
Former classical musician Susie MacMurray transforms the former chapel at Fabrica with a paper-based sculpture, Resonance.