Exhibitions At Jubilee Library November 2014

We have two main areas for people or groups to exhibit their work at Jubilee Library, they are the front foyer and the front window display area. For November we have the following exhibitions in the foyer.


arbor1327 Oct – 9 Nov    

Arbor Mysterium – Dark studies of woods with black & white images by Allan Grainger.





RISE17 Nov – 23 Nov   

Behind Closed Doors – R.I.S.E raising awareness of domestic abuse



24 Nov – 7 Dec   

Contemporary Icon – Oak carved relief works, using reclaimed timber representing daily 21st century life.


And in the front window.

27 Oct – 2 Nov   

Goodbye to the Berlin Wall –black and white photographs made in Eastern Europe around the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago. 

Images from the historic night in November 1989 and life behind the iron curtain before the times of a united Europe.  


Also in the main hall this month.

27 Nov – 4 Dec 

Brighton & Hove World Aids Day Partnership – Sussex Beacon

wad 2World Aids Day is held on 1 December each year. On the day people worldwide unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and commemorate people who have died. World Aids day started in 1988. Find out more about HIV and Aids and World Aids day at  www.worldaidsday.org


And at the Lobby info point

Fri 7 Nov – Macular Society

The Macular Society is the national charity for anyone affected by central vision loss. They have more than 15,000 members and, as the biggest patient group in the sight loss sector, are the voice of people with macular conditions.


open uniSat 8 Nov – The Open University




European moveSat 15 Nov – European Movement European Union information stand


 Nov 17 – Sun 23 Nov  

Alcohol Awareness Week – CRI Health Promotion Team of Sussex Partnership


 Nov 24 – Sun 30          

rpmRP_gardens_d001_300w250hGarden Consultation – A community engagement exhibition from the Royal Pavilion & Museums Team

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