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Going to See Culture Together: Kiosk at Fabrica

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Fabrica, 40 Duke Street

Brighton

BN1 1AG

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We invite you to come and explore Fabrica's Summer Exhibition - Kiosk by Wolfgang Weileder with us.

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Going to See Culture Together is a sociable monthly outing to a cultural venue, led by facilitator Jonathan Quarterman.

This summer Fabrica launches Kiosk, a new architectural sculpture by artist Wolfgang Weileder that integrates the materials of one religious community (Christian) with the iconography of another (Islamic). Through this artwork Weileder will explore traditional and contemporary attitudes to sacred space and its architectural language.

Delivered as part of Fabrica’s PAST:PRESENT:FUTURE project, which is exploring the 200-year history of the gallery - a former church through research, restoration and activities. Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

This event is FREE but places are limited so we recommend that you reserve yours in advance.

You can also reserve a place by talking to a member of the gallery team during gallery opening hours or by calling the Fabrica office on 01273 778646.

Online bookings will close 1 hour before the event starts

Donations welcome: add a donation ticket on top of your existing ticket(s) or visit Fabrica's website to donate or become a member.

COVID-19 RELATED PROCEDURES

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines.

Face masks must be worn indoors during this event. Please bring your own. Please let us know in advance if you are unable to wear a mask.

We will be adhering to the track and trace system and collecting this information on arrival.

Do not attend the event if you or anyone in your household/bubble has COVID symptoms or has had symptoms in the last two weeks.

Thank you for your support.

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Fabrica, 40 Duke Street

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Fabrica is Brighton's Centre for Contemporary Art. Set up in 1996 as a place for artists to make work and introduce new audiences to contemporary art and creative participation, Fabrica is situated in the former Holy Trinity Church in the heart of the South Lanes. Alongside commissioning three site specific installations per year, Fabrica produces a year round engagement programme including talks, workshops, events and film screenings. Each exhibition also welcomes the Friday Lates pop up cocktail bar serving drinks, music and entertainment immersed amongst the artworks.

 

Fabrica's film programme showcases diverse and alternative films and is unparalleled in Brighton.The gallery also hosts the Artist Resource+, providing mentoring, advice and development opportunities to artists. Beyond the Gallery, Fabrica works with over 20 community groups to provide activities to those facing barriers to the arts due to health, age, income and circumstance.Our beautiful Regency Church provides the starting point for our heritage projects and events, and is available for hire for weddings, parties, corporate events and conferences.

 

 

To find out more about our programme please visit fabrica.org.uk, follow our social media accounts or sign up to our Newsletters at https://tinyurl.com/yxt7oke. For more information on hiring our venue please contact venuehire@fabrica.org.uk

 

Fabrica is a registered charity (registered charity number 1055584). Profits from bar sales and venue hire help us support artists and sustain our valuable community work. To support us further become a member at fabrica.org.uk/forever-fabrica or donate by choosing a donation ticket on top of your existing ticket at checkout.

 We would like to let you know the difference your are making by donating to Fabrica, so we add all supporters to our Donors Newsletter. If you would prefer not to receive this, please unsubscribe by  following  the link at the bottom of our emails or contact the office on 01273778646. To find out more about how we use your data, see our privacy policy at fabrica.org.uk/privacy-policy.

 

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