What happens to sculpture when it is photographed?

2 October

Drop in Workshops 
For all ages

Artist and Photographer Bill Leslie will be working with the public to answer this question and their work will appear on the Outdoor Hub at St Peters Church, Brighton on Tuesday 11 October.

Take part in practical activities creating a sculpture from a variety of materials which you will then photograph. How will the camera dramatize the object? Can it create mystery, personality or surprise?

Join in at a free drop in workshop on Sunday 2 October at the BPF16 Collectives & Festivals Hub, Kings House, Grand Avenue, Hove BN3 2LS, 11:00-13:00 and 14:00-16:00. All ages welcome.

We will be sharing our answers on Instagram.  Have your say and share yours! www.instagram.com/photofringe #BPF16Participate

5 King's House
Grand Avenue
Hove, BN3 2LS

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