Really great interview with artist Anthony Lam in the latest issue of the Engage Journal (Engage 27 Exchange: Artists, Young People and Galleries).
We worked with Anthony during 2008 on the Post Up project, which gets a mention here! .....read more
A couple of weeks ago nearly one hundred year 9 and year 10 pupils descended on the University of Brighton to see the Photography Degree show, and to work alongside graduates and undergraduates for the day. The students led practical workshops with the school pupils at various locations at the university, and at Lighthouse where the degree show was held.
The day kicked off with an inspirational presentation from Monique Jackson who has just graduated from the Illustration course. Moni .....read more
Brighton Photo Biennial is pleased to announce the launch of TogetherAlone - a teaching resource for post 16 teachers and youth workers created as a result of an artist led filmmaking project with young people aged 13 – 18.
TogetherAlone is a short film made by young people, accompanied by information for post 16 teachers of Art & Design, Film Studies, Media Studies, Citizenship, Health & Social Care, and Humanities, and youth workers and agencies delivering a range of s .....read more
Post Up: The War of Images - A Resource For Teachers
This resource aims to support schools and colleges embarking on work that develops young peoples’ knowledge and understanding of conflict in the 21st Century. It is aimed at teachers of a range of 14 – 19 subjects including Citizenship, Media Studies, Art & Design, Religious Studies, History, and of course, Photography.
Presented here is a selection of material generated by BPB 2008’s P .....read more
The Changing Representation exhibition opens in the cafe at the University of Brighton on Saturday 1st November (private view Monday 3rd November 5pm - 7pm).
Photographer Marysa Dowling has been working with year 10 students from Bexhill high School, and Hillcrest School, Hastings. Together they have been investigating the complex relationships that young people have with each other, their families and the wider world, at a time when media representation is considered a powerful tool .....read more
BPB is pleased to announce the launch of a resource for teachers planning visits to BPB 2008 exhibitions. Download the pack here .....read more
We are thrilled that Engage (the National Association for Gallery Education) have this year, decided to hold their international conference Rules of Engagement: Art, Conflict and Gallery Education in Brighton to tie in with Brighton Photo Biennial. The conference examines the role of art, artists and gallery educators in sites or situations of conflict and includes a presentation from Julian Stallabrass, visits to BPB exhibitions and contributions from the Biennial e .....read more