Fabrica: Artist Talk - 19.11.09Date: 19th November 2009
David will be visiting Fabrica in Brighton to give an artist's talk next Thursday. The event is part of a range of talks and activities scheduled to coincide with the exhibition Chameleon, by Tina Gonzales. His talk will be a presentation of recent commissioned and site-specific projects.
Fabrica is an art gallery in the heart of Brighton, on the South Coast of England. It is situated in the former Holy Trinity Church on the corner of Ship Street and Duke Street.
TRAIN - Fabrica is close to Brighton station (10 to 15 minutes walk).
TAXI - If you are coming to Fabrica by Taxi, ask for the bottom of Duke Street, opposite Brown's Restaurant. Taxi ranks can be found at: Brighton station (10 minutes walk); junction of East Street and North Street (10 minutes walk or less); near the Clocktower at Queen Square (5 minutes walk).
BUS - Fabrica is 5 to 10 minutes walk from bus stops on North Street and at Churchill Square.
CAR - Finding parking space in central Brighton can be difficult, especially at weekends. Nearest car parks are: Churchill Square, Russell Road, Cannon Place, Church Street, West Street (10 minutes walk or less) North Road, Black Lion Street (10 to 15 minutes walk) Regency square (15 minutes walk) On street parking (using voucher or digital meter systems) can be found along the Seafront and on Middle Street, Duke Street and throughout the lanes. Car Parking for Drivers with Disabilities Fabrica is within 1 minutes walk of 2 spaces reserved for orange badge holders. Orange badge holders may also park on double yellow lines immediately outside the entrance. The gallery entrance in Duke Street is ramped.