Barker & Stonehouse, Old Shoreham Road, Brighton, BN3 7EX
Creative Future's latest exhibition, part of Artists Open Houses 2019 in Brighton & Hove. Featuring an eclectic mix of artwork from thirteen regional artists, displaying work that can be bought as limited edition prints.
13th - 18th December 2016
An exhibition of Brighton Artists: Katie Bailey, Tom Barwell, Topher and Yvonne J Foster
"Your work is wonderful. The pharmacy exhibition is world class. Your little pictures mighty. Well done. Best in show."
10th - 21st October 2016
A special pop-up exhibition created for Brighton's Photo Fringe Festival.
"With a backdrop of the city's major shopping complex, the theme explores 'loanwords' in the English language that you can find on the high street - everyday words which are firmly entrenched in British Culture, but have actually been adopted from another language."
Featuring images from Yvonne J Foster's photographic series 'Look Down'
Through artwork, poetry, photography, stories, collages or messages, United Response asked people with disabilities to express what is important to them and put it on a postcard. To hear about the full range of life experiences, good and bad.
Bankside Gallery, Southbank, London; Baltic Mill Gallery, Gateshead; Grant Bradley Gallery, Bedminster, Bristol; Camp and Furnace, Liverpool.
Happy Planet's Doodlefest an event within Brighton Festival Fringe at ONCA Gallery, exploring the theme of happiness via the art of doodling. Broadly examining the intrinsic link between our emotional wellbeing, the natural environment and human behaviour. With themes such as giving, gratitude, togetherness, creativity, play and friendship.
My Brighton Panorama Doodle was sold in the charity auction, raising money for Mind.
Showcasing work by highly talented artists whose opportunities are limited by mental health issues, disability, chronic ill health or social circumstance. Organised by Creative Future and held at Block 336 in Brixton, London
"A thoroughly humbling, moving experience, one of the best of my life" - Steve Murison
Interview about living with depression and upcoming exhibition 'Be nice, I'm scared'
7th November 2018 - 9th January 2019
Shop Ethical - select pieces from the Creative Future Online Shop are available to view at street level in the window of Brighton’s Community Base.
"This Christmas, we’re on a mission to challenge views of local art by selling ethical prints that depict 'the real' Brighton and Hove. Created by some the UK’s most engaging artists and sold from our Online Gallery Shop, the works encapsulate the stories of real artists who actually live in or have connections to the area. We’re championing limited-run prints of abstract paintings, vibrant photorealism and digital pop art exploring a range of themes."
Tight Modern Tour
Nov 2016 - April 2017
Tight Modern - the world’s smallest pop-up gallery.
An 8ft x 5ft miniature replica of the iconic Tate Modern, showcasing the UK’s best under-represented artists. Touring to galleries and libraries across the UK.
19 Nov – 11 Dec 2016 Jubilee Library, Brighton; 15 Dec 2016 - 4 Jan 2017 St. Helens Central Library; 5 Jan - 25 Jan 2017 Haydock Library, St Helens; 26 Jan - 15 Feb 2017 Eccleston Library, St Helens; 20 Feb – 2 Mar 2017 Redbridge Library, Ilford; 3 Mar – 18 April 2017 Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth.
"Some people can't even type on an iPad. Well, how's your iPad art? Because our artist Yvonne can do this on an iPad. Jaw dropping."
"I was last night at the exhibition in London, I bought the print 'Bette Davis' love your art. I look to see more work from you."
Tight Modern Tour
May 2014 - January 2015
Tight Modern, produced by Creative Future, is a miniature replica of London’s iconic Tate Modern Gallery, showcasing 60 artists.
The Tight Modern Tour opened at the Brighton Fringe Festival in May 2014 and continued to:
Creativity and Wellbeing Week at the ORTUS Learning & Events Centre, London, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne and St Helen’s Cultural Hubs programme. Around 42,000 people saw the gallery in action with the tour coming to a close in January 2015.
Bringing together the work and talent of a wide variety of Outside In artists from the South East region who have had little or no contact with the mainstream art world either because of mental health issues, disability, health or social circumstance.