Create In Brighton can announce that SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO will play a FREE live show at the final of its Instagram competition, Hidden Depths.
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The final will see the winners announced, the ten finalists’ work on display and an awesome live show from Simian Mobile Disco.
They will be ably supported by the brilliant Matt Walsh and the night will include prize giving at the beginning of the night, with the winners being announced by our judges Lomokev and James Kendall.
First prize is a huge £1000!
This second competition is Instagram based and anyone who is living, working or studying in Brighton & Hove can enter. For a chance to win the £1000, people must upload an image to Instagram that they feel best represents the ‘musical hidden depths of Brighton’. The entry must be hash tagged #hiddendepthsbrighton to be counted. YOU CAN STILL ENTER… the deadline for entries is 16.11.12. Create In Brighton is on Instagram with the profile name ‘createinbrighton’.
Our judges are esteemed photographers Kevin Meredith (AKA Lomokev), and James Kendall, editor of Brighton Source Magazine. Both are talented photographers who also use Instagram regularly as well as having a thorough and longstanding knowledge of the city and its musical and cultural happenings and history.
Kevin Meredith (AKA Lomokev) is a Brighton based photographer and teacher of photography. He is prolific within the city and has published several, successful books. He has featured in a range of publications including National Geographic, Russian Esquire, and on the BBC news website and Rolling Stone.com. In 2006 he sat on the panel of judges for flickr.com’s “Blink of the Eye” photo competition in New York and judged again in 2008 for pixish.com’s “The SXSW Gallery Show” competition. http://lomokev.com/
James Kendall is owner and editor of Brighton’s best loved guide to the city, Brighton Source. James is often spotted about town, writing and photographing gigs, exhibitions, events, restaurants, clubs, you name it. He is an authority on what makes this town tick and knows its musical heritage and happenings like the back of his hand. Added to all this, he is a keen photographer and will be speaking at the Miniclick Photography Talks as part of Brighton Photo Fringe 2012 on 13th November. For one of his recent projects, he photographed his grandmother-in-law’s rather old tinned products from yesteryear, and caught the attention of The Guardian, who featured them in their G2 section, as well as the BBC and ITV. http://brightonsource.co.uk/
As part of the campaign, bottles of Tiger Beer will be available for only £2.50 in nearly all venues listed on Drink in Brighton until the end of November.
For further information, please visit www.createinbrighton.co.uk