Friends Meeting House, Ship Street , Brighton, BN1 1AF
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Welcome to the launch of our new pop-up exhibition at the Brighton Fringe Festival 3-6 May 2019.
Birthing a Better Future Art & Science Exhibition launched in the Houses of Parliament in 2016 and is travelling the UK to raise awareness about the crucial time from conception, birth and the first 1001 days in the healthy development of children. Key topics of contemplation, portrayed through art and science, enables you to consider new ways of thinking about pregnancy, birth and parenting.
The exhibition was originally inspired by the ‘1001 Critical Days Manifesto,’ an ongoing cross-party initiative launched in Parliament in 2013 which proposes important ways to improve the lives of babies. We want to empower you by starting the conversation.
“Children are most vulnerable in the first 3 years of life, and the greatest returns will be made by investment in early child development”
WHO (Action Plan 2015-2020).
Exhibition Date/Opening Times
Friday 3rd May: 12 – 5 (Private View 5-7)
Saturday 4th May: 9 – 5
Sunday 5th May: 1 – 5
Monday 6th May: 9 – 5
Film – Friday 3rd May at 8pm
Steve Biddulph – The Secret of Happy Children
Time: 8pm (Doors open at 7pm so you can view the exhibition)
We welcome a voluntary contribution at the door to help support our campaign
Friends Meeting House
If you want to make a difference in the world, the Birthing a Better Future Art and Science Exhibition is your opportunity to help raise awareness about the time from conception to age two – the 1001 critical days – to give babies the best start in life. Being involved in this project will not only support the launch of our campaign but could make a difference to the health and well-being of future generations.
I would be very grateful for any amount of donation and every penny raised will go towards essential operational costs for the Brighton launch. I would also be very happy if you or your organisation were interested in hiring the exhibition at a later date to enable us to tour the UK. This exhibition is a vital model to demonstrate the power of science and art to communicate a powerful public health message.
Thank you very much for your support for a very important project. You have helped birth a better future.
For more information please contact
We would love you to get involved. Please register to keep in touch and find out when our exhibition comes to your city. If you would like to invite us to your town or event please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org