ONCA – New Art Gallery in Brighton

One Network for Conservation and the Arts

Demise of the Bishop’s ‘Ō‘ō by Oliver Harud

Wandering around downtown this afternoon found myself at the bottom of Trafalgar Street. A new art gallery named ONCA has sprung up. ONCA stands for One Network for Conservations and the Arts and they work with artists and communities, running themed exhibitions at their gallery at St George’s Place. Proceeds from sales go to support conservation projects. At the moment they have some excellent work in an exhibition named Ghosts of Gone Birds also some good paintings. They have a new project due to run from February to May named ‘Our Time In Ice’ and are inviting submissions from artists.

The painting shown is by Oliver Harud who uses the style of a film noir/graphic novel to tell the tale of the extinction of an Australo-Pacific honeyeater bird named the Bishop’s ‘Ō‘ō.

They have a new project due to run from February to May named ‘Our Time In Ice’ and are inviting submissions from artists.

The ONCA Gallery
14 St George’s Place
Brighton
BN1 4GB

http://www.onca.org.uk
info@onca.org.uk
01273 958291

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