Brighton and Hove 2020

Every year we take advantage of the festival spirit in Brighton and Hove!

We're fortunate to be based in a city that likes to get together at the weekends in the sunshine. Although this will not be possible this year, we will come back in 2021 with even more energy!

 

We would like to thank the organisers of St Ann's, Kemptown Carnival, Patchfest and Brunswick Festival.

Each festival is family friendly and special in its own unique way. Look for an Indian stall with a yellow gazebo and you'll find us!

We have games such as 'milking the cow' and, of course, we sell beautiful clothes and accessories from India.

The rest of the year we organise music events, pub quizzes and art exhibitions. We hope we can do it again soon!
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram (link in the top right corner on PCs, and at the bottom on mobiles) for regular updates.
We would love to hear from you if you have ideas for future fundraising events or if you'd like to join our team of volunteers. Don't be shy... get in touch!

Here we have a selection of the beautiful artwork by the very talented artists that support Indian Futures. If you'd like to make a purchase please drop us an email.

Firm Gently prints

The above are high quality prints of the artwork by FirmGently. Each costs £25 + delivery.
If you'd like to find out more about the artist, click here or here.

Remi's photos

Remi's pics were taken in rural and urban North India in 2017.

They are 8" x 8" and come with a white 10" x 10" mount.

They're £20 + delivery each.

'My work is not planned.

It’s spontaneous and mood dependant.

I take photos whenever I feel the need for it.

My inspiration comes from human behaviour. I like to picture people when they’re not aware of the camera. That’s when photography becomes truly real.'

-Remi Weremczuk

Follow on Instagram: @doomed_user

 

Lesley Cochrane

Lesley is a well-established Brightonian artist and picture framer. Her work seems to have found the fine harmonious balance between this world and where magic lies...

To see more of Lesley's work, follow this link.