Sitting somewhere between Stussy and Mind, eott is a Brighton-based mental health project with a growing, devoted following – and deservedly so. Their mission is to normalise the conversation around our minds, raising awareness and funds for good causes through the curation of relative means such as fashion, visual arts and words.
Expect all of the above in our Dreamy Place Launch programme, with a trade show-style event spotlighting local talent, including live demonstrations by a local martial arts gym and a selection of curated short films programmed by Lighthouse Young Creatives alumni: Erin James, Hazel Davis and Lara Antoine.
The afternoon will culminate with an engaging ‘group therapy session’ talk, featuring collaborators and members of the public.
Commissioned by Lighthouse in partnership with Dreamy Place
What to expect
Panel talk and trade show-style event by mental health project eott alongside a programme of short films, and martial arts demos. Fabrica's entrance is at street level with fully accessible gender-neutral toilets. Members of the Fabrica team will be on hand to help with any additional access needs so please do approach them if you need any assistance during your visit. A variety of chairs and flexible seating will be provided. Fabrica is a space that welcomes everyone.
LGBTQIA+ / Queer
Black, Asian and ethnically diverse
Accessibility and inclusion
Live captioning included
Captions on films and media included
Free or low cost event