Event: Everyone’s A Curator – Sat 11th Oct

For the second year running, Miniclick bring Everyone’s a Curator to Brighton Photo Fringe – a submissions based, live, participatory, evolving, experimental exhibition curated by the collected masses on the day. 

We need your submissions!

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Saturday 11th October, 11am to 5pm at The Miniclick Business Concern at 68MS, Middle Street, Brighton. Free Entry.

This event forms part of our “Another Way of Looking” programme for October, alongside Brighton Photo Fringe / Biennial – click here for all the events in our programme.

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EACAVATAR

All throughout Saturday 11th October, we will be based at The Miniclick Business Concern and visitors are invited to join us as we go through all the submissions we’ve received and pick out ones that catch the eye of the crowd. Any images that stand out will be immediately printed and added to the evolving exhibition that will grow and change as more images are added, and new themes begin to emerge.

Curating will be aided by the emerging and early career curators selected for Brighton Photo Fringe’s training programme.

Submissions are welcome by email until 4pm on Friday 10th October, or on the day via a USB stick (no CDs or DVDs please). Please note that after last year’s overwhelming deluge of beautiful images people sent in, we are only accepting 3 images per person and a maximum of 60 people. Images must be print ready jpgs, 300DPI and a minimum of 10″ along the long edge. Email submissions should be sent to submit@miniclick.co.uk with “EAC” in the subject line.

Saturday 11th October, 11am to 5pm at The Miniclick Business Concern at 68MS, Middle Street, Brighton. Free Entry.

We held this event at last year’s Fringe and it was a great success, with over 400 submissions being added to the evolving exhibition through the day.

The Miniclick Response Exhibition. Nov 2013. Jim Stephenson.

The Miniclick Response Exhibition. Nov 2013. Jim Stephenson.

 

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The Miniclick Business Concern at 68MS is located in the middle of Brighton, 1 minute from the beach and a ten minute walk to Brighton Train Station. A number of trains run every hour to London (Victoria – 51mins / London Bridge – 56mins / London Blackfriars – 1hr 03mins).

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