Taking (p)ART

Taking (p)ART

Sunday November 25, 11.00am – 12.15pm

Great art can be beautiful, emotional, thought-provoking and inspirational – and it’s usually even better when you play an active role in its creation.

In our November assembly, we’ll be exploring the various ways in which people and communities can get more involved with public art and the work of some of the amazing artists that live among us.

Our guest speakers will include prolific Brighton-based artists Kerry Lemon and Nick Sayers, complemented by personal reflections, rowdy singalong pop songs and generous helpings of free tea & cake immediately afterwards.

Entry is completely FREE and if you’ve got any little people who might get restless during all the talking, watch this space for details of our co-located Young Assembly…

YOUNG ASSEMBLY

Young Assembly, for 7+ kids, will play games and activities over the road from St Andrews, leaving after the first song and returning in time for the last one.

Full details at: https://sundayassemblybrighton.com/young-assembly/

FOODBANK FEATURE

We will also be running our popular foodbank collection at the main entrance: making it super simple for you to donate any in-date, non-perishable food and toiletries that you can spare (ie. tins, packets, jars and bottles).

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ABOUT SUNDAY ASSEMBLY

The Sunday Assembly is a worldwide network of non-religious gatherings which aims to uplift and inspire through readings, talks, silent contemplation and classic pop songs.

http://www.sundayassembly.com/

Sunday Assembly Brighton takes part on the fourth Sunday of every month at the beautiful St Andrew’s Venue on Waterloo Street, Hove, BN3 1AQ (see Important Note below).

Please be aware that although the address above is correct, the map shown by Gogle Maps can sometimes be wrong… it is definitely at the seafront end of Waterloo Street in Hove, opposite the Southern Belle pub (previously the Iron Duke). There are two St Andrew’s in Hove so please don’t end up in the other one, which sometimes gets picked up by Google Maps by mistake and is still a normal church. Ours should be listed as St Andrew’s Venue.