get your free ticket to a talk on brighton’s creative scene
You only have to look up from your phone for a few seconds as you’re walking around Brighton & Hove to spot a piece of street art. Trafalgar Lane is an unofficial exhibition space of some of the best street art from artists in Brighton and beyond, but who’s setting the pulse?
We’ve already seen new things like The Culture Drop happening in the city and now we’re going to be diving head first into the scene, as we host Setting The Pulse on Wednesday 17th October, an evening of conversation looking at who’s setting the cultural agenda in Brighton. Teaming up with the My Brighton hotel as they launch their new culture programme to support art in the city, we’ll be joined by some of Brighton & Hove’s finest artistic talents and influencers to talk art, imagination and the future of the city’s scene.
Joining us on the panel, legendary street artist Cassette Lord – who’s been doing his thing in Brighton since 2001 – will be sharing his thoughts on how the art scene in the city has changed and what the future looks like. We’ll also be joined by The Culture Drop creator Ben (from Grizzly Bear), who will share how he’s using creativity to inspire the way his agency build successful brands in a competitive space and use brand for good.
Sound like something you want to hear more about or got a burning question for the panel? Then get in there quick as spaces are limited. To secure your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org (along with any questions for the panel) and we’ll add you to the guest list.
Setting the Pulse is the first event in My Hotel’s new culture programme, an initiative to help celebrate the local creative scene and give them a platform to share their work and opinions, shaping the future of Brighton & Hove.
Wednesday 17th October, 6.30pm doors for 7.00pm talk, followed by Q&A; free entry via the guest list
My Brighton, 17 Jubilee St, Brighton BN1 1GE