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Chalk, Clay and Cameras by Whitehawk Creative Youth Project
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery (Outside MuseumLab)
10 May -  26 July  2019

Young people from the Whitehawk area used the local artefacts in the Elaine Evans Archaeology Gallery as inspiration for a creative project.
Having visited the archaeology gallery and the Whitehawk Enclosed Causeway site the group then created their own pottery tiles and objects with ceramicist Xanthe Maggs. The young people also took photographs around their area; the estate and marina, the chalk cliffs and downs.
This project was supported by Royal Pavilion & Museums’ Youth Engagement and the Trust for Developing Communities.

 

Blueprint by Photocyanthesis
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery (South Balcony)
4 May -  9 June  2019

14-19 year olds from Photoworks’ Photography club, have been inspired by Brighton Museum & Art Gallery’s Museum of Transology and Queer Looks exhibitions to create their own work exploring their lives and identities. The group, who have called themselves Photocyanthesis, used camera-less photography techniques, building camera obscuras and experimenting with cyanotype prints. Photocyanthesis investigated work by artists identifying as LGBTQ+ and taking themes of identity and representation, explored narratives and self-representation. Photocyanthesis are members of Photoworks’ Photography Club, an initiative enabling young people from Brighton & Hove to meet regularly, develop their camera skills alongside a professional photographer, produce photography and gain an Arts Award qualification. For this edition the club has continued its successful partnership with Royal Pavilion & Museums in delivering this project.

 

Are you aged 16-24 and interested in LGBTQ+ heritage?

Gain curation, programming and leadership experience as part of our creative training programme working towards building a new organisation to preserve Brighton’s rich LGBTQ+ history. Come along to an introduction event on Tuesday 28 May at the University of Brighton, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 0JY.

If you miss this event you can still take part, just email heritage@queerinbrighton.co.uk

For more information see our website: https://photoworks.org.uk/news/lgbtq-heritage-in-brighton-hove/

 

 

 

A reminder that there is strictly no student parking in any area of the College.

Clamping will be used for cars found without a Staff Permit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

At EDT, we currently have a high number of companies contacting us to offer YINI placement opportunities starting this year, so we have decided to keep the YINI Registration window open to 2019/20 placement applicants.
 
These excellent placement opportunities will start this August/September (for 12 months) and are ideal for Year 13 students interested in gaining relevant paid work experience in the following subject areas, before starting their degree or apprenticeship;
 
• Business, HR or Finance
• Computing or Software
• Maths or Physics/Science
• Engineering (civil, electronics/electrical or mechanical)

What do students need to do?
 
Register online via the YINI Website*: http://www.etrust.org.uk/the-year-in-industry/apply-now
*It’s free for students to register and the simple online form takes about 10 minutes to complete.  The YINI Team will then be in contact to take the Student through the next steps. Students must have the Right to Work in the UK (we will provide guidance on the acceptable documentation)

 

 

Please go to the Bhasvic TV YouTube channel here https://www.youtube.com/user/BhasvicTV  to view the following fantastic film productions which were made by this year’s Bhasvic TV students:


Bhasvic Freshers Fair/Welcome to Bhasvic/Bhasvic Art department/Bhasvic WW1 Centenary Commemoration/Bhasvic Open Evening 2018/Lewes Light festival gig (BTEC Music Students performance)/BHASVIC SU Societies 2019/Sociology dept video/Futures Fair/The Biology Crest Award at the Sealife Centre/Bhasvic Health & Safety video/The Bhasvic Zumbathon 2019 and Bhasvic ESOL dept.


The students have worked really hard on commissions and their own proposals, and I am very proud of what they have achieved.

Sara Furse