Miniclick join forces with Photobookshow, Rain Goggles and Fabrica for an evening of films, music, photographer and support.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS, FILMS • Tags: brighton, england, europe, fabrica, feedback, film, free, harley weir, migration, music, photobookshow, rain goggles, refugee, review, screening, the other side of hope, uk
Miniclick present United & Industrious, a new experimental exhibition and series of workshops for Brighton Photo Fringe, 2018.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS, EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS • Tags: biennial, brighton, brighton photo biennial, brighton photo fringe, exhibition, experiment, fringe, participatory, public, regency town house, united and industrious
In September Miniclick looks at the use of humour in photographic storytelling with Annie Collinge and Rottingdean Bazaar, plus a live set from stand up William Stone.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS • Tags: annie collinge, art, brighton, comedy, discussion, free, humour, lecture, photo, photographer, photography, rottingdean bazaar, stand up, standup, sussex, talk, William stone
In August 2018, Miniclick present two talks on MINERALS from Alexandra Lethbridge and Tamsin Green.
Categories: brighton, EVENTS • Tags: alexandra lethbridge, ally lethbridge, born of the purest parents, brighton, discussion, free, lecture, minerals, photo, photobook, photographer, photography, talk, tamsin green, the meteorite hunter
This weekend, Miniclick are teaming up with Fishing Quarter Gallery, Spectrum, Social Daze and Ali Tollervey (who we co-curated Behind the Beat with) to host a Summer Social on Brighton’s seafront. We start at Fishing Quarter Gallery for the private view of their new Summer Exhibition from 6pm, then we will make the short walk to Fortune of War for a Social and a relaxed sunset session from Richie Phoe followed by sets from The Freakaholic DJs, Ali Tollervey, Steve […]
In May we are exploring murder. The use of photography as forensic evidence has effected how we see photography as a medium. We hope to explore this relationship further by looking at the work of Rob Ball and his project Scene of Crime. We also have photographer Jack Latham, creator of Sugar Paper Theories, in conversation with Gísli Guðjónsson. The two will explore Gísli’s influence on Jack’s work and his experiences in forensic psychology. +++ Wednesday 2nd May, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks […]