About the Exhibition
The LGBT community and its most vulnerable members have been hit hard by the Covid19 crisis. In many ways, the pandemic has brought back the trauma of the AIDS crisis, and has promoted discussions about the importance of safe spaces when, for some, 'Stay at home and stay safe’ is not a viable option and, at times, even a contradiction.
FOSTERING NEW RELATIONS
Great news! SEAS has expanded it's operations to The Ledward Centre (TLC), a community and cultural center servicing Brighton's Queer Community.
For Queering Spaces and LGBT History Month we had a chat with TLC's Director Duncan Lustig-Prean
We're excited to announce that SEAS has officially been recognized as a Safe Space Community Leader by the Safe Space Alliance.
Read more on the award, our interview with the Alliance founder & how we define Safe Space below.
Loved the Show? Now You Can Take it home with you.
"SEAS' exhibitions are accompanied with a monthly affordable zine which is used as the exhibition catalogue and include more works from open calls, interviews with some of the artists, poetry and short narratives, and often limited edition prints of works in the exhibitions.
The zine is A5 format high-quality print and we do keep it affordable. To order it please visit the link below.
Could You Spare Us A Coffee?
Here at SEAS, we do what we love because we love what we do. Over half of the time we put into making our social change oriented exhibitions happens on a volunteer basis and we could always use your support.
That's why we're asking you for your support. Your donation, in the size of the price of a cupa or more could really help us go a long way and keep bring you the art that you love. Click on the button below to help us do just that.