So, as part of my quest to find things to do in Brighton that aren't "the norm" I came across this Brighton Photomarathon as recommended by a Gallery Assistant I was speaking too when visiting the Rachel Kneebone exhibition.
How it was sold to me: 12 titles, 12 photos, 12 hours, 1 camera, no edits on those photos. What's not to like? All the work is then displayed at The University of Brighton and the winner wins a cash prize. Suitable for all ages. Read the full description below and see you there:
Join the Photomarathon, a photography competition with a twist:
Over 12 hours, you have to take 12 photos, on 12 given topics. Then it's all down to your individual imagination and creativity. Participants have to come back to the Brighton Photomarathon checkpoint throughout the day to collect the next set of titles, which are kept secret until each release time.
You can enter as an individual or as teams, all we ask is you let your imagination run wild.
Photomarathons have become popular across Europe & now Brighton is taking up the challenge. It's all about your sense of fun and ingenuity (just make sure you're back in time).
£200 cash prize for the winner.
We exhibit all the photos after the event.
Come to the University of Brighton, Grand Parade.
Registration starts at 8.30pm.