First Monday - 7 November

Posted 2 November

Monday 7 October, 18.30, venue tbc

Come to our post-festival meet-up to hear a round up of the Brighton Photo Fringe 2016 festival and for a chance to chat to the organisers about your experience of being involved. 

Please come and join us for our regular monthly meet ups that will resume now the festival has closed. We'd like to hear your thoughts about BPF16 either as an exhibitor or participant, volunteer or visitor. As part of our evaluation report to Arts Council England, and to help us in our next bid to secure funding for a festival in 2018, we would like to invite your feedback so please do join us for a drink and tell us what you thought.

If you are an exhibitor please don't forget to bring along or email your evaluation form to us and visitor numbers.

If you missed exhibiting this year and are interested to find out more about us, please come along and speak to a member of the team.

We hope to see you there!

(image: BPF16 Closing Event/DWMA prize giving, King's House ©Laurène Becquart)

  • Support us

    BPF consistently demonstrates exceptional value for money. Led by volunteers, BPF endeavours to make all its activities self-financing. Public funding makes up only a third of the current BPF budget and pays for freelance consultants essential to delivering our intensive programmes. Help us continue to develop our much-needed programmes by donating here. Every little helps.

    Donate now

  • Volunteers

    BPF is a registered charity and a volunteer-led organisation without ongoing core funding. We operate through collective and partnership working and the hugely generous gifts of time that all kinds of people offer to us.

    There are many opportunities to get involved through volunteering across the festival and its exciting programme of exhibitions, talks, workshops, screenings, tours and more.

    If you would like to volunteer with us please email

    BPF16 Volunteers

  • About us

    Brighton Photo Fringe is a volunteer-led, collaborative platform providing essential professional development opportunities and peer-support for emerging lens- based artists.

    Committed to equality and diversity, BPF’s year-round programme fosters ambition, innovation and self-reliance in artists; nurtures confidence and creativity in participants; and inspires audiences with extraordinary images in unexpected places.

    Every two years in October Brighton Photo Fringe organises a free city-wide open-access fringe festival of new photography.

    Read more about us here

  • Arts Council
  • Brighton and Hove City Council
  • Metro Imaging
  • University of Sussex