Comrades! For Brighton Photo Fringe, 2018, Miniclick will be based at Regency Town House, creating a hive of activity, an operations room for an evolving exhibition and a series of free workshops all designed to bring people together. Discuss, Ponder, Unite.

United & Industrious. 

1st Floor, Regency Town House, 13 Brunswick Sq, BN3 1EH

Every Thurs to Sun through Oct. Midday to 6pm (see below for workshop dates)


United and Industrious is a free space for people of the world to come together. Discuss, ponder, unite.

Join in with our experimental, evolving exhibition. Sign up for a free workshop. Start a discussion. Write a postcard to a stranger. Have a seat and help yourself to a cuppa and a book from our library.


Miniclick is handing control back to you, the people. In a month long experiment, we invite you to take a photo from our printer, producing images on a constant cycle, and add it to the ever-growing wall. Whilst you do it, try to consider your photo’s relationship with the ones you are placing it next to. 

Are you creating a new story? 

Do they connect, or do they clash?

We started the wall off with some of our favourite work being exhibited elsewhere in Brighton for the Photo Fringe. It’s up to you to finish it. 

Add, move, remove.

The scrolling screen displays the chosen hashtag being printed directly from Instagram for that hour. Take control of the means of production. Post a photo, use that hashtag and it may appear from the printer for you, or a comrade, to add to the wall.



To sign up, please email jim@miniclick.co.uk

Saturday 6th October, Midday to 4pm

Cut and Pasters of the World Unite

Comrades! Explore ideas around chance, humour and collaboration through a set fun collage activities for children age 6+ with Marta Benavides. We will cut, fold, rip, crumple and stick to discover the creative possibilities of photo collage. Participants will have the opportunity to create a series of individual collages and take part in a larger scale group piece. Marta is DBS checked and works with children in her day-job. Parents welcome.

Sunday 7th October, Midday to 5pm

Power to the Publisher

Bryony Good and Emily Macaulay join forces to host a ‘zine making and bookbinding workshop for adults and young adults. Learn how to pick images to tell a story, practice different binding methods and leave with your own publication.

Sunday 14th October, Midday to 6pm

Creative Storm & Ardesia

As part of their regular monthly meetups, Creative Storm Brighton (Tempesta Creativa) from Ardesia Projects invites photographers of all levels to bring a series of images or a project that they would like feedback on, and join the discussion to support and motivate each other’s practices.

Sunday 21st October, Midday to 6pm

Capturing Non-Conformism

Sofia Smith and Bryony Good from Capturing the Chimera present a photography and creative writing workshop featuring creative exercises inspired by rebellious photographers and writers throughout history. As a group, moving through creative writing exercises you’ll create your own rebel character before looking at photographic representations of rebellion, culminating in transforming your character into a piece of photographic art.

Sunday 28th October, Midday to 5pm

Stand up for Something

Join illustrator Mhairi Lockett for a protest sign making workshop. Pick your cause, discuss it with the group, write a slogan and create your sign. Then go out and change the world. All materials provided.


Miniclick formed in 2010 and host free photography talks, exhibitions and workshops with a focus on stories and ideas not kit and cameras. Miniclick is run by Jim Stephenson, Bryony Good, Lauren Holder, Marta Benavides, Livia Smith, Rosalind Doherty, Lou Miller, Joe Conway and Kristina Salgvik.



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