Hove PlinthHove Plinth is a community project by Hove Civic Society creating a brand new cultural attraction on the historic Hove seafront. Hove Plinth will bring exciting new public art to the city and showcase a changing programme of the best in modern day sculpture. Major works will stay on the plinth for up to 18 months, after which some will be moved to permanent sites in the city.
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The overall lead for the plinth and its programming is the Public Sculpture sub-committee on behalf of Hove Civic Society. For more information please visit Hove Civic Society For details about the project history please click the following link: Project History
Thank you to all our supporters Patrons: Sculptor Philip Jackson CVO DL FRBS, Sir Timothy Sainsbury
Elaine Evans BEM, Karin Janzon, Helmut Lusser, Michael and Stephanie Brada, Niklas Lusser, John Kapp, Regency Society, Jon Turner, Peter Roberts, Jon Orrell, Andrew Nicholls, Cripin Ellison, Alison Minns, Simon Lambor, Robin Cameron, Louise Arnell, Genevieve Ballard, Hazel Reeves, John Papanichola, Kellie Miller, Philip O'Callaghan, Shelagh Diplock, Simon Boyd, Vaughan Rees, Nick Osmond, Phoebe Wyss.
Tony Bowall, FRPS
A fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, Tony is well known nationally for his images of Brighton & Hove and, in particular, for his Beach Hut Portraits Project, from which we borrowed to make the banner for this website.
Tony Mould, My Brighton and Hove
Tony Mould was the official photographer for the Hove Plinth launch. He covers a wide range of local events for the My Brighton and Hove site which provides a living history of Brighton and Hove.
The sound file www.callhove.uk was produced by Clare Bowskill. The script was written by Nicole Urbanski and read by actors Foss Shepherd and Claire Sturgess. Matt Creed provided mixing and sfx design. Web and phone access was set up by Dean Few, Department of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics, University of Brighton.
Website The website was designed by Dean Few and Karina Rodriguez - Echavarria at the Department of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics, University of Brighton.