Peter James Field

Peter did a degree in world art history and anthropology, before spending three years in the Japanese countryside teaching English at village schools. For the past eleven years he has worked as a freelance illustrator.

Loves / hates

  • Loves: Lucian Freud.
  • Hates: Pineapple on pizzas.

Brighton Festival Preview

The 2018 Brighton Festival programme launched this week. SOURCE was there to take a first look.

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Twinkle, Sat 17th Feb

Actor and celebrated local cabaret performer Jason Sutton stars in a one-off performance of Philip Meeks’s acclaimed play, presented as part of LGBT History Month.

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Benjamin Clementine Review

The Mercury Prize winning singer songwriter unveiled a dramatic staging of new album ‘I Tell A Fly’ at the Dome last week for the opening date of his UK tour.

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Benjamin Clementine, Thurs 30th Nov

The Mercury prize winning singer songwriter comes to Brighton Dome later this month to showcase his second album ‘I Tell A Fly.’

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Matt Lambert: KIND, 28th October – 5th November

Celebrated local artist and Heroes Run co-founder unveils a display of new pictures at the Fishing Quarter Gallery.

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Brighton Illustration Fair, 21st – 22nd Oct

Two days of illustration related workshops, talks and events at Brighton’s Grand Parade campus – plus an exclusive appearance by David Shrigley.

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Artwave Festival, 19th August – 3rd September

Looking for an excuse to escape the city this August? Artwave Festival invites you into the homes and workshops of artists and makers across East Sussex.

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‘Refrain’ Review, Newhaven Fort

SOURCE recently took a short trip up the coast to catch Verity Standen’s dramatic, immersive choral piece at Newhaven Fort.

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Artists Open Houses Review

With over 180 Artists Open Houses on offer this year, you may be wondering where to start. SOURCE is on hand with a list of ten highlights.

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Keep Fabrica

City centre gallery Fabrica have launched a crowdfunding campaign to protect their inclusive arts programme.

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Paul Draper, Mon 19th Feb

The former Mansun singer performs a double set at The Haunt which includes, for the first time, a complete rendition of 1997’s classic ‘Attack of the Grey Lantern.’

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Gluck: Art And Identity Review

A new show at Brighton Museum re-evaluates the career of twentieth century artist Gluck, a pioneer of gender fluidity.

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Interval And The Instant

The Interval And The Instant Review

A touching yet challenging new video installation at Fabrica examines our attitudes to death and dying.

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Holly Herndon Review

Pioneering techno futurist Holly Herndon brought her multimedia show to the Attenborough Centre as part of Brighton Digital Festival.

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Guernica Remakings, Until 8th September

A new exhibition at the University of Brighton’s Grand Parade Gallery examines the enduring second life of Picasso’s dissenting masterpiece.

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Drunk With My Friends Review

SOURCE went down to Latest Music Bar to raise a glass with Joseph J Clark and friends as they presented an evening of music and poetry

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Draw The Line Comics: Myfanwy Tristram Interview

SOURCE chats with local comic artist Myfanwy Tristram about using illustration to spread positive messages of political empowerment.

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Trope / Come Rhyme With Me, Fri 16th Feb

A range of exciting international acts take the stage at two separate performance poetry evenings this Friday.

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Diamond Review

Punky, political invective interspersed with drag queens on crutches miming to show tunes. Performance artist David Hoyle’s show at the Attenborough Centre had it all, and more.

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Six Of The Best Christmas Open Houses

Brighton’s Christmas Open Houses returns next week. We’ve selected six must-see venues from around the city.

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David Shrigley To Curate Brighton Festival

Visual artist and local resident David Shrigley has been announced as the guest director of next year’s Brighton Festival.

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Julie Kuyath, Thurs 26th October

Brighton-based collage artist Julie Kuyath hosts a special one-off display of new work, in antique frames hand-picked from a North Laine vintage shop.

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Museum Of Transology Review

As Brighton prepares to celebrate Trans Pride, SOURCE takes a tour through a new transgender exhibit at Brighton museum.

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‘In Colour’ Review, Fabrica

Colour and light transform the interior of Fabrica in Peter Hudson’s dramatic interactive installation.

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Helen Cann: Hand Drawn Maps, 22nd – 25th June

Award-winning local illustrator Helen Cann highlights the beauty and diversity of maps in a new exhibition at ONCA.

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