Louise Wilde sources, designs and sells colourful, eco-concious, ethically-made clothing. She was in our Hayloft Studio recently for a photoshoot, taking images of her wonderful new range of clothes. We caught up with her to ask her a few more questions about her company, Kaohinani.
This exhibition is a tribute to our wonderful NHS & Key Workers who have worked tirelessly throughout the coronavirus pandemic and continue to do so.
As part of our Artist Insights collection, this week we’re interviewing Brighton artist Elija Grybe & showcasing their paintings. They are currently showing at Lock-In Gallery as part of the Brighton Fringe.
As part of our Artist Insights collection, every month Copperdollar Studios interviews one Brighton artist, this week it’s Lieske Weenink.
How Brighton Artists Adapt in a National Lockdown – The letter writing network of artists who are bringing optimism back to Brighton
Brighton collective Shared Space and Light bring joy to locals with the immersive art installation ‘Murmurations’ outside Fabrica.
More obstacles for British touring artists this year as discussions between the UK and the EU come to a halt.
We speak to friends of Copperdollar Studio to see what their art means to them in a difficult period for the creative industries.
Brighton Fringe’s Autumn Season, an adaptation of their usual Spring programme, takes place 1-31 October this year as indoor venues are given the socially-distanced go-ahead.
Roly David is a self-taught artist who creates captivating landscapes and unique commissioned portraits.