We’d like to say a huge thank you to the Dementia Action Alliance and Brighton & Hove Age UK (along with Dementia Friends and the Brighton & Hove NHS Clincial Commissioning Group) for funding us to deliver activities in partnership with Jewish Care to encourage the exploration of Mazel Tov Brighton – Tradition through Movement specifically related to the movement of Jewish culture and its’ arrival in Brighton!
We’ll be starting activities in September 2017 and they’ll run for twelve months in and around the city. These will include outings to Brighton Museum, Holland Road Synagogue, and Brighton’s Open Market, as well as a series of dance performances at Hyman Fine House Jewish care home, along with photographic exploration of this tradition between 2017-18. We’ll keep you updated!
We’ll also be training Brighton based Jewish Care staff in reminiscence and dementia awareness so that they are able to be self sustaining and skilled in delivering activities at the Hyman Fine House centre run by the charity Jewish Care.
Thanks also to The Homity Trust for supporting us.
Get in touch if you’d like to get involved: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re really looking forward to it. Mazel Tov!
You can see all our free youth arts workshops taking place on a floating barge later this August which are based at Brighton Marina by following the link below.
All sessions are FREE, but booking necessary due to numbers.
Ages 7-14 welcome, with or without parents & carers.
FABRICA YOUNG FILM PROGRAMMERS
LOVE MOVIES? WANT TO CHOOSE WHAT GOES ON THE BIG SCREEN?
JOIN FRESH PERSPECTIVES AND HAVE YOUR SAY.
This autumn, Fabrica Film Club is supporting a group of film enthusiasts aged 16-25 in realising a series of professional and collaborative film screenings at Fabrica.
Successful candidates will:
Genuinely influence our programming by working with the Fabrica Film Club team to co-curate four monthly film events from August – November 2017. The first film will be selected by the group from three options (see Your Application section), whereas the following three film screenings will entirely co-curated by the Fresh Perspectives group.
Participate in eight tailored Peer Group sessions, facilitated by Fabrica Film Club. Members will have a supportive and relaxed environment to share their knowledge, skills and ideas. The group will receive valuable input and advice from specialist guest speakers who will illuminate different aspects of successful film programming. One session will be a group outing to a movie screening of the group’s choice.
Peer Group sessions will take place at Fabrica approximately every two weeks, starting in August.
Gain professional development through hands-on experience, specialist guidance and peer support. This project will give you the skills to collaborate and realise your vision alongside people who are as passionate about film as you are.
The placement is FREE to all participants, but you must apply. Any queries, please contact the Fabrica Film Club Project Manager, Clare Hankinson (details below).
Please send us the following information:
Please write a statement of 200 words, detailing your interests and any relevant experience, including why you’d like to participate in this opportunity. Applications are welcome from those with varying backgrounds and experience, but a passion for sharing film is a must.
List your availability after 5pm on all dates from Monday 7th – Monday 28th August
Challenge: We have chosen three recent titles, all working to a general theme of Young Voices and Outsiders, alongside Fabrica’s current exhibition, Peter Hudson’s In Colour.
Please number and list the films in order of selection (1. First Choice, 2. Second Choice, 3. Third and last choice). Alongside your first choice, please write 100 words explaining why this is your top selection. There’s not right or wrong answer, we’re just interested in your point of view and how you’ve made your selection. The most popular choice will be selected as our August screening.
Send us your completed application with your full name, telephone number and email by5pm on Tuesday 1st August
You can send your application via email to email@example.com or by post to Fabrica, CO/ Clare Hankinson, 40 Duke Street, Brighton, BN1 1AG.
You can contact the Fabrica office on 01273 778646.
All applicants will be contacted by 3 August 2017. Successful applicants will be sent a confirmation email with key dates enclosed.
This programme is kindly supported by Film Hub South East.
Only 5 free tickets left for our free youth arts Fishing Fun workshop taking place at The Barge based in Brighton Marina on Monday 28th August at 10.30am.
We’ll be making our own magnetic fish and fishing poles to take away with you!
There is still space on the afternoon session which is the same and starts at 2.30pm.
Book your free place now!
Activities all take place on a floating barge in Brighton Marina.
Booking links here – welcome to book up to four spaces per workshop per family:
There is also space on the free afternoon Fishing Fun workshops, booking link here: