Brighton Science Festival


Monday 12 February 2018

12:00pm - 6:00pm (drop-in)

ONCA Gallery
14 St George’s Place
Brighton, BN1 4GB
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Printmaker Beatrice von Preussen spent two months in the high Arctic in summer 2017. 

During an expedition on a tall ship exploring the Svalbard archipelago, Beatrice joined scientists measuring volcanic thermal springs and searched for fossilised worms’ teeth to post to the Natural History Museum.

This is an exhibition of that expedition, delving into the sketch books, photo albums and diaries that Beatrice made during her research for an illustrated children’s book about nature in the Arctic Circle.

Come and hear bearded seals singing beneath the ice, find out about fossils, and follow Beatrice’s journey exploring the extraordinary and unique environment of this frozen land.

O N C A supports the well-being of people and places by increasing awareness of, and engagement with, environmental and social challenges. We are a space for meeting, thinking, learning and celebrating art, always encouraging artists to ask big questions about difficult issues. O N C A embraces diverse perspectives and needs by modelling and fostering inclusive creative practices. We are proud to help people imagine, and move towards, thriving futures. To do this, we partner with local and international artists and organisations. We specialise in creative learning projects with children and young people.

All ages

Free (drop-in)