ArTex features 5 Bristol based artists drawing influence from around our diverse city. Displaying wall art, illustrations, textiles and fashion design, showcasing select artists from the Home Grown artist collective shop, located at Windmill Hill City Farm.
Button and Brew
Ilo Joyful Clothing
Sandra Moore Art
Preview Monday 17th 4pm – 7pm
Tuesday 18th – Thursday 20th 10am – 7pm
Friday 21st 10am – 2pm
15th July – 21st July (inc.) 11am – 6pm daily
Preview 6 – 9pm Friday 14th July
A series of improvised narratives sourced from film still details, local observations and obscured features
‘It’s a mystery narrative’ (anonymous 2017)
All work for sale.
At the centre of Ben Trinkle’s drawings is the depiction of characters along with other visual elements from film still details and other found imagery and forms. Most recently his work has been concerned with creating improvised narratives featuring faceless characters, flora and fauna, the cosmic and everyday.
Ben Trinkle is a Bristol based illustrator who has been developing a distinctive drawing style since 2007. Previously exhibiting work at The Cube Cinema (2013) and Café Kino (2015) within the City of Bristol, as well receiving commissions for local musicians, bands and events promoters such as Qu Junktions and merchandise design for Supernormal Festival (2014). Ben has also created an animated collaboration with musician Tina Hitchens presented by The Saltings at The Bristol Hum (2016) as well as an animated music video for the band Soeza (2017).
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You’re invited to an exhibition curated by Ruby Hinton (http://www.rubyhinton.co.uk/), Showcasing Illustrators and their dragons drawn from memory, no cheating, all imagination. Showing each individual has a different perspective no matter what the idea is, how metaphorical!
ONE OF A KIND PRINTS FOR SALE!
In association with Kinship Carers UK, an amazing charity that supports families caring for relatives children, helping both the grandparents/siblings and the children. money raised at the exhibition will go to Kinship Carers UK to help with other amazing events the charity helps with.
30th June – 6th July 2017 11am – 5pm
Private View: 30th JuNE 2017 6 – 10pm
INVITE ALL YOUR MATES AND YOUR FAMILY IT’S GONNA BE FUN, SUPPORT LOCAL AMAZING ARTISTS AND AN AMAZING CHARITY!!!
Ruby Hinton – http://www.rubyhinton.co.uk/
Robbie Cathro – http://www.robbiecathro.com/
Max Kemp – http://www.maxkdesign.co.uk/
Steve McCarthy – http://www.stevem.co.uk/
Bethan Mure – http://www.bmurecreative.co.uk/
Mr G Johnson – http://cargocollective.com/MrGJohnson
Karnn Bhullar – http://karnnbhullar.format.com/
Jenny Mure – http://www.littlemure.com/
Kay Wilson – http://kay.ink/
Russel Taysom – http://cargocollective.com/russelltaysom
Howard Ridgeon, Joe Watson-Price and Ferg Kirkman of Thunderchair –http://www.thunderchair.com/
and more TBC
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BARA Launch and Private View:
Monday 19th June 5pm – 6.30pm
Celebrate the launch of Bristol Arts on Referral Alliance (BARA).
View an art exhibition created by groups from across the city, and explore the installation -‘Crowd’. ‘Crowd’ reflects the 1 in 4 people who will experience mental health issues
For more information visit
www.artsonreferral.org.uk or contact Rhian Loughlin on 0117 304 1413
The exhibition and installation continues to run weekdays from Monday 19th June to Wednesday 28th June 2017, from 12pm to 6pm.
BARA is a partnership between Bristol City Council (Public Health), Knowle West Healthy Living Centre and Wellspring Healthy Living Centre who share a vision of the role of arts as an intervention to promote and sustain positive mental health and wellbeing.
The current programme of BARA activities are funded by Bristol City Council, Bristol CCG and charitable foundations.
A Magnum Photos exhibition, in association with Amnesty International
This compelling exhibition tells a big story – the Global Refugee Crisis. Three words, encompassing millions and millions of human lives. Each of the powerful, evocative images in this pack allow us to glimpse the individual humans stories that lie behind any refugee crisis.
Mass refuge movements are not new. This exhibition spans 70 years from the massive upheaval and displacement of the Second World War aftermath. Then, as now, photographers were covering the story. and this selection of pictures from the famous Magnum collective of these themes:
- War and disorder
- Seeking safety
- Lives in limbo
- Walls and fences
- Sharing responsibility
SPACE is pleased to be supporting Bristol Amnesty International and presenting this exhibition ahead of Refugee week.
| Bethany Morris, Ellen Scott, Hattie Poulter, Lauren Lloyd-Evans and Rebecca Pudney |
TOUCHED is a collaborative exhibition that explores the physicality of intimacy in all its forms. It brings together artists who each have their own unique art practice to traverse the idea of what it means to be intimate and how we, as humans, understand that feeling.
This exhibition features multidisciplinary works across the spectrum, including painting, collage and stitch to create an immersive experience for the viewer.
Private View: 6th June (6:30pm- 8pm)
Open To The Public: 7th June -10th June (10am-5pm)
Bridewell Str, 1st Floor
An exhibition of various art forms to highlight the plight of the endangered Turtle Dove by drawing a comparison to the extinct Passenger Pigeon.
To kick start Going, Going, Gone!, Rewild.Life will be exhibiting a variety of artpieces for one week in the Vestibule on Park Street. We have some fantastic artists involved and are excited to share their creations inspired by the plight of the Turtle Dove and the sadly extinct Passenger Pigeons. We will also be running a silent auction of the pieces throughout the show, which closes on the last day. All funds raised will be going towards the conservation of the Turtle Doves.
Open: Mon – Fri 10am -7pm
Touch is an unusual event which encourages visitors to touch and interact with the exhibits.
Suitable for all ages this show will include the work of Emily Binmore who invites you to play with her hand made puppets and pocket dolls.
Make your own simple puppets and pom poms. See if you can guess the length of the longest scarf you have ever seen! Witness some Graffiti art with a difference.
Also exhibited will be Photographs by Martin Edwards Colourful photos showing everyday places and things in a different way.
Props and a backdrop to have some fun with. Some days it will be ‘do-it- yourself’ and some days there’ll be a photographer who can print you a free photo.
Bristol Photomarathon 2017
On Saturday 3rd June the exhibition will be the start point for this year’s photomarathon (no running involved!) – a popular and enjoyable annual event.
There will be other crafty artists holding workshops throughout the week. Join in or just have a quick nose around. Everybody welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Monday 29 th (12 – 4pm)
Sunday 4 th (10am – 2pm)
Tuesday – Saturday (10am – 5pm)
For 24 JAM’s second pop up art instalment, we’re taking over The Island’s first floor gallery space to put on a grand exhibition, showcasing a selection of art works by our favourite up and coming creatives.
24 JAM aims to nurture today’s young artists and their visions, providing them with a foothold into the art world, so that they can be seen and celebrated in the way that they deserve. The show will feature work in a range of mediums, from sculpture to illustration to film, and maybe even a few surprises. Everything will be for sale so bring your wallets!
The show kicks off on Thursday the 4th of May with a private viewing from 7- 10:30pm and will continue through the weekend until Saturday the 6th. Come along to support the cause and to feast your eyes! It is free to attend but donations will be appreciated.
Open from 10am to 5pm on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th May
Private View: Thursday 4th May, 7-10:30 pm
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Friday 28th April
This exhibition explores the social portraiture of youth culture in spontaneous situations through photography, it displays young adults growing up and exploring the world through nightlife, love and relationships.