As part of our Brighton Fringe exhibition, join us for an evening of meaningful discussion, impactful networking, and innovative co-produced problem solving. We will be exploring how creativity can play a role in challenging views on homelessness. We will be holding a panel discussion with members of the Unframed Lives collective: artists who are showing work in the exhibition; artist facilitator Lucy Groenewoud, founder of My Brighton and Hove Photo Project; and PHD Research student Bruno De Oliveira. Greg Headley from Passage UK will be speaking about his perspectives of creativity and its role in supporting people affected by homelessness.We will then be joined by Ambigo. They will be facilitating a meaningful problem-solving workshop in response to the panel discussion to explore ways creativity can be used to change views on homelessness in Brighton and Hove. In this workshop, we will help each other start to realise and develop ideas. In small groups we will each have the opportunity to consider and express ideas relating to creativity and homelessness. Then, in a fun and dynamic activity, we'll exchange info, contacts, advice and other support to help each other closer to making them a reality. This event is part of the Unframed Lives Brighton Fringe event. https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/unframed-lives-134781/Doors open 6.30pm for 7.00pm start.