Photo Fringe and COVID-19

17 March 2020
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We're reviewing our plans for Photo Fringe 2020.

With so much still unknowable, it’s very difficult to forecast accurately, but we’re still hoping to produce a festival this October. We’ll also be programming online events and activities in the coming months and into next year too. What is clear right now is that we’re all adapting to new ways of working. Collaboration, connectivity and creativity have never been more important. We’re in consultation with partner organisations and, of course, we’re keen to know how the thoughts and plans of our Photo Fringe supporters and exhibitors, old and new, may have changed. Please help us by completing this survey.

It should only take a few minutes, no questions are compulsory and we promise to keep your answers confidential. You can read our privacy policy here. Your answers will greatly help inform our planning and although we won’t be able to respond directly to queries raised via the survey, please feel free to email any specific questions or concerns to clairewearn@photofringe.org and Claire, our Festival Director, will get back to you as soon as she can.

Meanwhile, join us over on Instagram @photofringe and share your observations or any work you're creating during lock-down by tagging us and using #coronaphotos.

cultureinourcity.com has been created by the Brighton & Hove Arts & Creative Industries Commission. Updated twice weekly, it lists online arts activity happening in our city now, alongside funds available to artists, organisations & creative businesses.

We wish you all the best in these difficult times. If you'd like to support our ongoing work, it would be wonderful if you're able to make a donation here.

Best wishes,

Rebecca Drew

Chair, Brighton Photo Fringe

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