A map with details of Sussex art venues has been published.

The map, which was commissioned and published by ROSA Magazine, was illustrated by Brighton artist Helen Cann.

The Arts in Sussex Map was shown off at the London Art Fair in Islington this month for the first time.

A thousand copies of the map were immediately snapped up by people interested in Sussex's vibrant arts scene.

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A second edition of the map will be given out complimentary to subscribers of ROSA Magazine from March 1.

The aim is to highlight the region’s artists and Sussex’s cultural heritage.

Helen Cann, who illustrated the map, said: "Sometimes, you don’t know what abundance you have until you map it."

The map was sponsored by Visit Lewes and the Fine Art Publishers King & McGaw.

Councillor Johnny Denis, Lewes District Council’s cabinet member for arts, culture, tourism and leisure, said: "Visit Lewes was delighted to support the production of this beautiful map, which so stylishly illustrates the abundance of culture and creativity on our doorstep, and showcases Sussex as a wonderful place to experience the arts."

The publication and distribution of the map are part of an ongoing initiative to promote Sussex as a cultural hub in the UK arts landscape.

Jessica Wood, Publisher at ROSA Magazine, said: "The arts programme across Sussex has grown from strength to strength with some of the country’s leading artists and makers in residence and a world-class exhibition, music and performing arts programme across its key venues and festivals."