AOH’s top Fringe picks!
This year, Brighton Fringe 2022 runs from 6 May – 5 June.
We’ve showcased our highlights of their exhibitions programme. Take a look, you won’t want to miss these!
Pattern Up Gallery – Presuming Eds, 8 May
Winners of Pebble Trust Bursary, Pattern Up is a revolutionary youth lead movement, raising awareness around child exploitation through art, fashion, and performing arts. This Brighton Fringe event is a multi-art medium exhibition and performance depicting messages around mental health.
Otherwise Engaged – PLUS X Innovation Hub, 7-11 May
Winners of Culture ConneX & Brighton Pride Bursary, Otherwise Engaged is an exquisite visual art exhibition featuring three artists from the Creative Future stable; Danika McElroy, Dawn Blake, and Terence Wilde. The exhibition can be viewed externally from the street level 24 hours a day and a different series of images is on show inside Plus X during office hours. Creative Future leads the way with a mission to make the arts more diverse and representative of the world by empowering some of the UK’s most talented and underrepresented artists.
University of Brighton Undergraduate Summer Show – University of Brighton Edward Street & Grand Parade, 2-3 June
The University of Brighton Summer Shows are a culmination of our talented art, media and design students’ university journey in the form of a large-scale public exhibition. Join UoB in celebrating our students’ ideas, creativity and originality in courses from Fine Art Painting, Fashion and Textiles, Photography to Design for Digital Media. After two years of online exhibitions, this year marks the triumphant return to in-person exhibitions that are not to be missed.
Addicts & Those Who Love Them – Fishing Museum Gallery, Brighton Seafront, 13-26 May
Antonia Rolls brings a thought proving Addicts & Those Who Love them to Brighton Fringe. After witnessing her son’s terrible squalid journey into a craven addiction, Antonia wanted to work with addicts and those like her, who love them, to paint them and ask: what is happening for you? How do you do what you do? How are you coping with this life? This second showing of the Addicts exhibition shows new work telling more stories.
Treasure This Place – Various Locations, 6-10 May
Treasure This Place is a site-specific, city-wide immersive poetry installation. An exciting collective of poets and spoken-word artists based in and around Brighton & Hove have written about areas mapped around the city, accessible to audiences through QR codes that can be discovered in each area. The QR codes will link to audio clips of the poems read by voices from the city, immersing you into a Brighton & Hove of the past, present and future.
Tickets for Brighton Fringe Exhibitions are on sale now, get ready for a #CuriouslyFringe experience this May!