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Pay it forward

We are pleased to announce our first pay it forward supporter for the Artbags is from the fabulous Liberty Gallery Patsy who runs the gallery saw one of our facebook posts and fell in love with our themed Artbags and wanted to pay it forward to help young artists develop their creative skills.  "Seeing your post made me think it would be great for us to give something to the community here"Patsy, Liberty Gallery...
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Illuminated Leonardslee

We are creating a new installation for this year's event in collaboration with our fellow lantern artists Sarah Parsons and Jo Coles from Lanternhouse. We can't wait for you to see it in situ in the beautiful gardens of Leonardslee. Last year we created some of the lanterns in the trail and here is our favourite, the iconic Wallaby, did you know there are real-life Wallabies in Leonardslee gardens? Explore...
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Good news!

Artpod are thrilled and relieved to have been awarded a grant as part of the Government's £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. We are one of 1,385 cultural and creative organisations across the country receiving urgently needed support. £257 million of investment as part of the Culture Recovery Fund grants programme being administered by Arts Council England. This funding will be a...
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Art Club

We run a regular Art Club for Kids of key workers who come to the Artpod studio in Rottingdean or join us online for classes. In these classes the kids choose an artform or artist they want to explore and our artists work with them to realise their designs. Currently we have budding jewellery designers inspired by our local Artist Ariela. See Art Club
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Frighton Marina

A Family-friendly and Covid-safe Halloween Trail we created 10 spooktacular window installations in 10 shop windows across the Brighton Marina complex. Themed to Halloween and sub themed to classic spooky stories &  films. We were inspired by Harry Potter & The Witches to BeetleJuice & The nightmare before Christmas….and more. Participants dressed up in their Halloween costumes, followed a trail map, took photos of themselves in front of the installations....
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Burning the Clocks 2020

Our very own director Shaz is one of the Artists taking part in Burning the Clocks 2020 Lantern trail for Same Sky! Check out her post below to get involved with this fabulous event! Sharon Mee "I’m chuffed to be taking part in Burning the Clocks Lantern Trail 2020 as one of the artists creating one of twelve lanterns to be discovered in Brighton shop windows". To follow our progress...
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