Exhibitions and Projects
Information on current and upcoming exhibitions and projects at Brighton & Hove’s Museums and the Royal Pavilion
The Royal Pavilion & Museums are working with local communities to hold a series of exhibitions, displays and events to commemorate the individual and collective experiences of the First World War and explore it’s legacy. Find out more here.
1 April to 30 September 2014, Preston Manor. A fascinating display about Vere Benett-Stanford's experiences of war in France.
9 July to 31 August 2014, Brighton Seafront. A pictorial exhibition showing how Brighton [and Hove] was transformed by the presence of military hospitals during World War 1.
12 July 2014 to 1 March 2015, Brighton Museum. This major exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary of the start of WW1.
The Royal Pavilion & Museums is engaged in an collaborative Interreg Channel programme project, involving partners in Amiens, France, and Brighton & Hove. Find out more about our exciting programme of Woad exhibitions and events.
6 Jul 2013 to 2 Sep 2014, Hove Museum. A family friendly exhibition of all things blue, from the collections of the Royal Pavilion & Museums.
10 June to 9 November 2014, Brighton Museum. This display explores the British artist Keith Vaughan’s final 15 years of creativity.
8 July to 31 August 2014, Brighton Museum. See photographer Simon Robert’s iconic West Pier photograph from the series Pierdom.
13 May 2014 to 9 May 2015, Brighton Museum. A film and new display of ceramic objects around the theme of charity
Continues to August 2014, Brighton Museum. Using the Royal Pavilion & Museums natural history and archaeology collections this new display explores the ice age.
Continues to 30 June 2014, Brighton Museum. Display created with members of the Young Ummah Project, a group for young Muslims in Brighton & Hove.
The Royal Pavilion & Museums are hosting a curatorial fellowship by Gaia Tedone as part of a collaborative initiative by the Contemporary Art Society and the Whitechapel Gallery.
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