Photoworks develops artist led learning and engagement projects with and for a diverse range of communities, working in partnership with appropriate service providers, agencies and charities. These creative partnerships use photography as a creative tool for exploring ideas and issues, and seek to empower, support and provide a platform for community voices.
Queer in Brighton: anthology
Queer in Brighton is a culmination of intensive work by over 150 people who have come together to share stories, reminiscences, creative writing and photography. It explores the untold stories and experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* people in Brighton & Hove, past and present.
not going shopping
Commissioned by Queer in Brighton, artist Anthony Luvera has collaborated with city residents to create photographs expressing personal perspectives on being queer in Brighton & Hove. The results are shown in a city-wide poster exhibition, free newspaper, online blog and a soft-back book.
New Writing: What not going shopping means to me
not going shopping is a new body of work created by the artist Anthony Luvera in collaboration with a group of eleven people for Queer in Brighton, a project that celebrates the cultural heritage of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender* people living in Brighton & Hove. Sarah Magdalena Love is one of the participants and here we republish one of her posts from the not going shopping blog