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December 2017
Free

The Festive Vestibule Pop-Up

December 5 @ 10:00 am - December 22 @ 5:00 pm
The Vestibules, City Hall, College Green
Bristol , BS1 5TR United Kingdom
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Festive Pop Up at The Vestibules, Bristol

Discover a cornucopia of glorious hand-made Christmas gifts in the unique setting of the Park Street Vestibule! Makers' taking part in our first week (5 - 8 Dec) include: > Priormade who specialises in making products from reclaimed, recycled and sustainable materials. > Paly Glass who transforms sheets of glass into unique decorative pieces for your home. > Simone Potter who makes richly glazed handbuilt and thrown stoneware pottery. Plus taking part in our finale fortnight (12-15 & 18-22 Dec) are: Eggnogg, Blooming Gorgeous Earrings, Fiona Willis Artwork, Wristees…

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Rikki Hewitt Exhibition

December 12 @ 12:00 pm - December 16 @ 5:00 pm
SPACE, 6 West street
Old Market Bristol, BS2 0BH United Kingdom
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Rikki Hewitt Exhibition, SPACE, Bristol

These works on paper are a mix of linocut, screen print and drawing. They are based on visits made to Avonmouth industrial estate. I am interested in exploring how the shape and architecture of our buildings can make us feel. Spindly chimneys puffing out steam. Large vats of gas hung like balloons over a maze of steal piping. Steel clad towers teetered like totems over the estate. I've attempted to combine these shapes in graphic compositions, ignoring the rules of…

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January 2018
Free

Take Exhibition

January 15, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - January 19, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
The Vestibules, City Hall, College Green
Bristol , BS1 5TR United Kingdom
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Take Exhibition at The Vestibules, Bristol

Join us at the opening of Take on the 15th of Jan / 4pm - 6:30pm! Def. ‘Take’ meaning ‘bamboo’ in japanese. Take is a collaborative exhibition that explores the ways we respond to poetry. Featuring works by Biba and Laurie Cole and an animation by Leo Gavin. The works showcased have been developed from a large game of poetry consequences called ‘The Mother Stem’ that took place at SPACE and the Arnolfini earlier this year. In the game, the…

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