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Same Soul, Different Body
November 14, 2017 @ 10:00 am - November 18, 2017 @ 10:00 pm
Bristol Animal Save proudly prest to you ‘Same Soul Different Body.’ An animal rights themed art exhibition from 14th-18th November at The Island in Bristol. (http://
The title for this exhibition was inspired by the Hippocrates quote “The soul is the same in all living creatures, although the body of each is different.”
Entry is free. Food and drinks will also be available in the evenings.
See below for details of speakers and poetry
Final submission date is 14th October. Please contact us at email@example.com
Artwork inspiration quotes:
“When the suffering of another creature causes you to feel pain, do not submit to the initial desire to flee from the suffering one, but on the contrary, come closer, as close as you can to him [or her] who suffers, and try to help him [or her].” – Tolstoy
“A simple reminder around a dinner table that a meal being served consists of dead animal parts tends to kill the appetite and makes the diners indignant. Nothing more significantly reveals the disgusting and illegal nature of this action than the need to hide its true meaning from oneself. To get a true notion of this matter one, first of all, has to face it. And the best way to literally “face” it is by visiting a slaughterhouse or a kitchen yard and first-hand witnessing the killing of livestock or poultry for our table. I have no doubt that the great majority of people who would do it several times with diligence very soon would recognize the unlawfulness of what is happening before their eyes.” – Chertkov 1912
We are looking for submissions of any medium (e.g. paint, pencil, sculpture, photography, performative etc) inspired by either the title quote or the quotes underneath on the topic of bearing witness to non-human animals’ suffering.
All submitted artworks will be shown on our website bristolanimalsave.com, our Instagram @bristolanimalsave and our twitter @BristolSave. We will select the works that will be shown in the physical exhibition.
Confirmed speakers include:
Wednesday 15th 7-7.30pm Claire Palmer from Animal Justice Project gives a presentation on why she set up AJP, current campaignsand how to get involved. www.animaljusticeproject.c
7-7.30pm Rehana Sara Jomeen from the Save Movement will speak about Zero Waste
7.30 – 8pm Jayesh Patel will speak about Vegetarian to Vegan Activist
Throughout the evening Sadie Lowery will read the poems she has written for the animals
7-7.30pm Lydia Alice from Bristol Animal Save will speak about the Worldwide Save Movement and local grassroots action.
7.30-8pm Alex Lockwood from North East save Movement will speak on Masculinity and its obstructions to going Vegan
There will also be music. Details tbc
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