Blue Monkey Network

Blue Monkey Network Artists Network

Bluemonkeynet is an artist network run by artists for artists, in partnership with Towner and supported by Arts Council England. Bluemonkeynet aims to provide opportunities for professional and creative development for Sussex artists. We want to help make our arts community strong and vibrant, sustainable and productive.

Bluemonkeynet runs regular monthly events aimed at promoting the exchange of ideas, information, skills and knowledge between artists, curators and arts organisers.

As well as networking, we offer:

talks by visiting artists and arts professionals
visits to galleries and other arts events
special sessions tailored to the specific needs and requests of members –
such as peer review, reading groups and presentations of work.

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Remembering and Reusing the Analogue: Research in The WAL / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2020-03-19T00:00:00Z">Thu 19 Mar 2020</span>Remembering and Reusing the Analogue: Research in The WAL / Thu 19 Mar 2020

The Women's Art Library, housed at University of London Goldsmiths College, began as an artists' initiative that developed into an arts organization, publishing catalogues and books as well as a magazine, from the early...

Out of Hours: Brink / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2020-02-20T00:00:00Z">Thu 20 Feb 2020</span>Out of Hours: Brink / Thu 20 Feb 2020

Thanks to our special relationship with Towner, we are pleased to be able to enjoy an exclusive out of hours viewing of one of Towner’s current exhibitions, Brink – curated by Caroline Lucas. Caroline Lucas – politician...

Artists Residencies: by Sharon Haward / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2020-01-23T00:00:00Z">Thu 23 Jan 2020</span>Artists Residencies: by Sharon Haward / Thu 23 Jan 2020

Artist Sharon Haward shares some of her experience gained over many years of artistic practice, especially as Artist in Residence in many different settings and locations. Sharon will examine the role and value of re...