Architecture, built environment and arts collective Threshold will be taking over the space at myhotel, Brighton, for the second year as part of Love Architecture festival. The space has been curated to include work and activity inspired by the theme of ‘future city working’, with exhibitions and installations, and a daily programme of workshops, film, talks and events.
The 2012 myhotel, Brighton, event attracted over 500 members of the public and arts and architecture community over four days, attracted media coverage and further collaborations and commissions for the participating artists.
The event is free, and open daily from 12 pm to 9 pm, until 10 pm on the closing Friday night party. There will be a café open in the day and bar in the evening.
Highlights of events include:
- a film night on Wednesday 25th, a playlist from BDonline;
- two lunchtime talks, from DMH Stallard on Wednesday 26th, and from Duncan Baker-Brown, director, BBM Sustainable Design and Cat Fletcher, Freegle co-founder on Thursday 27th;
- pecha kucha on Thursday 27th, a standing room only event last year, this line up is just as compelling, including Abigail Freeman, Ben Hollands, Claire Potter, Elly Ward, Grant Shepherd, Paul Nicholson, Richard Rowland…and more to be added;
- panel debate on the the post consumerist city – how our urban centres are evolving with keynote from Empty Shops Network and Revolutionary Arts founder and High Street expert, Dan Thompson, ‘What if the high street isn’t dead?’ and three 3 short presentations followed by a cross discipline panel discussion, chaired by Oliver Heath, with an open question & debate session;
- which will lead into a closing party until 10 pm.