About Lighthouse

Lighthouse is a charity that supports artists who use digital technology in their work and helps people find routes into and succeed within the creative & cultural industries. From our central Brighton venue, we offer education and talent development programmes, commission artists to make and present new work, and produce exhibitions, talks and residencies.

Black Lives Matter

  • Lighthouse is committed to taking action to be actively anti-racist
  • This is an ongoing, life-long commitment to drive change in our industry and wider society
  • The whole team are working to educate ourselves and open to discussions and feedback

Lighthouse's commitment to anti-racist action can be read in full here.

Lighthouse Archive Highlight: Last Dance

The changing space of UK club culture

Last Dance programme investigates the rapid changes affecting UK club culture, and the impact of those changes on music and youth culture.

Led by our Associate Artistic Director, and now Trustee, Elijah, Last Dance presented as a series of free talks, workshops, blogs, podcasts, film screenings and live events, taking place across the UK from June 2017 to June 2018.

Artists, musicians, DJs, record label owners, radio presenters, magazine publishers and music organisations, who collectively stand at the forefront of the the cultural landscape both locally in Brighton and beyond, presented different interpretations of what the future of culture will look like.

Contributing artists include Haroon Mirza, Jack Jelfs and GAIKA.

Read more about The changing space of UK club culture

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