Projects

  • Brighton Transformed QPB

Book of the month – Brighton Transformed

QueenSpark's monthly special offer! This is a great way to get your hands on one of our books, but at 50% off the usual RRP. Our Book of the Month available at half price until 31st August for the bargain price of £5 is: Brighton Trans*formed  Brighton Trans*formed Trans identities are often neglected, re-written or even erased [...]

July 8th, 2016|
  • Brighton's Graphic war

WW1 Graphic Novel Kickstarter

With support from Arts Council England, QueenSpark Books is delivering a two year WWI project in which young people (aged between 15 - 25) will create a fictional, Brighton based WWI Graphic Novel to be published in Autumn 2016. Following on from the immense success of Brighton: The Graphic Novel - which was [...]

March 1st, 2016|
  • Brighton & Hove Photographic project

Curator’s Choice

Curator's Choice By Stella Cardus "One of the features of the Brighton & Hove Photographic Collection is the Curator's Choice. These are collections of photographs that guest curators have selected as their personal favourites. Sometimes the curator is a photographer and the photos are their own work on a specific theme. Other curated choices are groups of [...]

February 14th, 2016|
  • Brighton's Graphic War

Intergenerational Meet-Up

Intergenerational Meet-Up at The Pavilion Gardens Cafe By Sarah Hutchings In June 2015 our young Brighton's Graphic War participants were treated to an intergenerational meet-up at Brighton and Hove's iconic Pavilion Gardens Cafe, courtesy of the Hedgecock Bequest and David Sewell (at Pavilion Gardens Cafe). Social geographer Geoffrey Mead was on hand to provide some fascinating [...]

June 2nd, 2015|
  • The Keep Brighton

A Visit To The Keep

A Visit to The Keep with the Graphic War team By Sarah Hutchings Isilda Almeida-Harvey and the team at The Keep did a great job of showing our young volunteers round and explaining how material could be accessed at The Keep. Several of the volunteers have expressed a desire to make return trips there to help [...]

March 2nd, 2015|
  • Letters In The Attic

Letter In The Attic

In November 2008 a large gathering got together for the launch of the Letter in the Attic Project at Community Base, here in Brighton. This event was the culmination of a year of work by volunteers collecting and archiving letters, diaries of daily life, travel journals and war letters written centuries ago or in the last few [...]

November 2nd, 2008|
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