STREET BLITZ - Brighton, 1-31 May 2009

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[T]emporary [A]utonomous [A]rt [B]righton 2009
From May 13th - May 16th we're running a TAA festival in Brighton.

It will be held at:

Unit 1, Fairways Trading Estate
Eastergate Road
Moulsecoomb

Reclaiming space that has no other immediate purpose, we will be repairing, making safe and improving the building we use before transforming it into a vibrant, organic, artistic statement.

We want the people of Brighton to come together to create a cultural, interactive autonomous space where people are free to be, free to create and free to express themselves.

Artists, musicians, writers and performers who otherwise would have no outlet, are invited to display their work uninhibited by the normal constraints placed on the current artistic climate. The space is used respectfully and intelligently, for genuine community development, creating fields of opportunity for a future at no cost or harm to anyone else. We want to exhibit all forms of artwork; drawings, paintings, sculptures big and small, photography, installations and more. Showcasing poets and vocalists, films and performance, words and concepts born out of the free party underground movement. These spaces of reclaimed freedom have been making a significant contribution to an alternative art world.

The event will run for four days from Wednesday through to Saturday. Opening from midday to midnight. We aim to offer a exhibition space, workshops, a cinema/film evening, cabaret, junk fashion show and live music. We welcome people from all backgrounds to come and get involved. So if you want to contribute in any way at all please get in touch.

http://www.subterraneanartbrighton.org/

Posted by P23

13th May 2009, 15:13  

Sensible Majority says:

Why do you not admit to being squatters and illegal. You disgust me.

14th May 2009, 16:01

nix says:

Be as disgusted as you like - squatting is perfectly legal, and often totally necessary.

For more information go to ASS here:
squatter.org.uk

19th May 2009, 09:37

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