Brighton Photo Fringe (BPF) is a registered charity that aims to raise the profile of the visual arts, promoting a diverse and innovative festival of national and international status. Their year round programme includes regular networking meetings and participative projects designed to support and provide opportunities for photographic and lens-based artists while providing diverse and accessible exhibitions and events for audiences. Every two years BPF designs and delivers one of the largest photographic festivals of its kind in the UK. A rare festival that places the practitioner at its heart and embraces all audiences, the festival is open to everyone, giving it a strong character, playfulness and freedom.
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