From left to right: Andy, Jen and Chris (Art In Brighton Founder) from the PRBH Radio Show.

From left to right: Andy, Jen and Chris (Art In Brighton Founder) from the PRBH Radio Show.

Mixcloud - prbh Radio Show

Above is where we place all of the recordings of the show in all of their sometimes clumsy glory! I have finally created this page with links to my work on the PRBH Radio which is a radio show on every other Monday between 1-3pm on 1 Brighton FM. 

Click above for link. 

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva's "Fragility" from Fabrica in 2015. Click for Soundcloud interviews from the PRBH Radio Show.

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva's "Fragility" from Fabrica in 2015. Click for Soundcloud interviews from the PRBH Radio Show.

Soundcloud - PRBH Radio

On our Soundcloud we place some of our favourite interviews from that week for you to get a taste of the show.  (Click above for link)

Newton Faulkner performing at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill.

Newton Faulkner performing at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill.

Writing

The creator of Art In Brighton, Christopher Spring, sometimes writes for the Argus, Broadway Baby and others too covering music, theatre and other fun bits. You can check out the Argus work via the link above.

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Freelance events/marketing

I also work as a freelance events administrator, most recently working on Brighton Science Festival (pictured) as well as a freelance Marketer. I am always to be involved in exciting projects and would love to hear from you. Everything from brand design, website design, copywriting, social media as well as the basic day-to-days are involved. I am happy to work with everyone from individual artists who just need help designing a website and getting together a basic marketing plan all the way up to large organisations, so please, drop me an email and see if I can help you get your project going: Chris@artinbrighton.co.uk.

Corridor Gallery

Corridor Gallery

Corridor Gallery

Since May 2016 I have been doing the blog less and less because of my heavy involvement with Diversis Artibus, creators of Corridor Gallery. This, I felt, comprimised my objectivity and has excited me more and more by the range of artists and makers we display. You can find out more about Corridor Gallery here.