Come along to a multimedia exhibition curated by Heather Savage. Showcasing work by a
range of Illustrators, inspired by their collective love of The Simpsons. You’ve grown up
seeing the adventures of The Simpsons on screen but now you have the chance to see it all
through the eyes of excited Illustrators, as Springfield comes to Bristol.
There will be a live gig, inspired by Homer Simpson’s college band, ‘Sadgasm’ and we will
also be selling zines, prints and much more merchandise at the exhibition, to fulfil all of your nostalgic needs.
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Heather Savage- www.instagram.com/dreamflowersavage
Grace Elizabeth- www.graceelizabeth.co.uk
Robbie Cathro- www.robbiecathro.com
Max Kemp- www.maxkdesign.co.uk
Gwion Christmas- www.gwionchristmas.com
Rebecca Pasieka- www.instagram.com/rhlpasieka
Jay Simpson- www.jayarthursimpson.tumblr.com
Jack Teagle- www.jackteagle.co.uk
Liam Barrett- http://www.liambarrett.co.uk
Jono Kamester- www.behance.net/jonokamester
Jack Mears- www.jack-mears.com
Ruby Hinton- www.rubyhinton.co.uk
Steve McCarthy- www.stevem.co.uk
Tan Kar Mern
Lize Meddings- www.lizemeddings.tumblr.com
and many more…
More information about the charity and fundraiser:
Suggested donation of £3 entry.
All artworks are donated by various Illustrators, to be sold during the exhibition. All
proceeds raised will go to Hospiscare.
This exhibition is in association with Hospiscare; an incredibly important charity, which
provides high quality care and support for people who are terminally ill, in Exeter, East and
Mid-Devon. They also support the family and friends of patients in their care. Money raised
will go towards helping keep these vital services going, and making sure all the patients’ last days are made better.
To help raise money you can buy work from the show, go to ‘www.Hospiscare.co.uk’, or
donate directly using their Registered Charity No.297798.
The Gender and Sexuality exhibition is running from the 7th – 12th of November from 10am to 5pm and is including a preview night on the 6th of November from 7pm – 10pm, where drinks will be served and the artists will be available to discuss their works and concepts with viewers.
Artists are exploring, in their own concepts and techniques, the ways in which art can be used to shine a light on themes society perhaps struggles to confront. Each artist is personally projecting what they deem to be the most prominent ideas surrounding gender and sexuality in the 21st century and questioning its development over time. Works include installations, interactive pieces, video art, sculptures and paintings all from up-and- coming artists.
The cost for the exhibition is £2 per ticket and can be bought here:
https://billetto.co.uk/e/gender-and- sexuality-exhibition- tickets-219798
The exhibition is an exploration of the freedom and fluidity within gender and sexuality.
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An exhibition exploring the concept of fluidity and freedom within gender and sexuality. Be sure to see some thought-provoking works within sculptures, paintings, video art etc.
TICKETS ONLY £2!!!!
Original pieces by amazing artists (who will be announced soon).
Curated by Fleur Adderley.
Tim Munson is a local Artist and performance poet who has has been creating three dimensional assemblage pieces for the past five years, using found, broken and abandoned items.
He produces strange eclectic sculptures and collages that appear to have been plucked from another time or dream like ethereal landscape. Some of his work constructed from Bristol itself with rusty items found in the street on walls and even a local river bed.
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Timporium Et Ecectica is Tim’s first solo assemblage exhibition in Bristol.
Other work is being assembled for another Exhibition in the summer 2018.
Tim lives in Bristol with his wife and two grown up children.
24 JAM is very very pleased to announce that ***EXHIBITION III*** is fast approaching and this time we can promise that it’s going to be out of this woooooorld ! with prints and works of art for sale, supplied by a few of your old favourites and by a few of our new.
The PRIVATE VIEW will commence in usual fashion on Thursday 26th @ 5pm
Admission is free BUT
Don’t forget to bring your wallets and coin purses
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M2 AIR SHARE is a celebratory exhibition and symposium. Held at Vestibules event space inside City Hall, College Green, Bristol over October Half Term; the event will showcase the work of several young artists (aged between 7 and 15 years) who have all been part of social making artists Ali Brown & Megan Clark-Bagnall’s M2 AIR (Artist in Residence) programme designed for children, inside BV Studios, their shared working space.
For the last year Ali & Megan have been opening their studio door to applications from young people to join their residency programme. Each young person has been given two or three titles to chose from (titles of Bristol art exhibitions on at the time of their residency). This title is the young artists starting point. Ali & Megan act as supportive Su-Artists and together the trio strive to realise the creative vision of the young artist over two days on a ten pound material budget. All the outcomes have been surprising, exciting and interactive.
At this event you will see…
Shimmering In The Sand
By Ciara Mulkleen (Aged 8 during Residency)
Starting Point: Sunshine.
Wherever My Fingertips Take Me
By Edie Church (Aged 10 during Residency)
Starting Point: Wherever My Fingertips Take Me
The Japanese Mythical Pizza Hallelujah Welsh Cake Safari Train Railway
By Jimmy Church (Aged 12 during Residency)
Starting Point: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016.
By Inca R. (Aged 15 during Residency)
Starting Point: Skeletons: Our Burried Bones
Beyond The Sketchbook
By Erin Davis (Aged 9 during Residency)
Starting Point: Beyond The Sketchbook
By Rosa Low (Aged 8 during Residency)
Inspired By: Alternative Visions
Over the week we will also be hosting:
– A discussion with the artists and tours of the exhibition.
– Lunch Club – Inviting office workers and families to bring their packed lunches whilst listening to one of our artists speak about their practice.
– The Knowledge Tombola – Inviting an exchange of knowledge between artists and visitors.
– The Intergenerational Making Station – A mini residency station; with guidance from our artists, visitors will be paired with someone from a different generation to make a quick fire art project in ten minutes.
*Timings for the above to be released soon!
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Hidden Chords brings together two parallel but related visions of spirituality and oneness expressed in the artwork of Lesley Cottle and Corinne Randall.
Corinne Randall’s inspiration started with the compilation of a series of books on spiritual themes, each one related to a specific colour. The ideas developed in these books are then refracted out into a series of large abstract panels which relish the joy of purely visual qualities; mark making techniques, broad and detailed brush strokes and resonating colour hues.
Lesley Cottle is influenced by he background in psychotherapy and spirituality. In her artwork she creates visual reminders of the endless journey of the human spirit towards its most authentic self. Her paintings are patchwork inspirations drawn from diverse eras, cultures and spiritual traditions which search for competition in compositions of unity and connection.
You are invited to the Preview night with refreshments and artists talk on Tuesday 17th October 6:30 – 9pm
The exhibition ill be open 17th – 22nd October 12 – 6pm
The underlying motivation for this exhibition is a celebration of the bicentenary of the birthday of Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of the Bahá’i Faith. You are therefore also very warmly invited to attend a Holy Day celebration which will be held in the gallery space, with a musical devotional and dramatic presentation on 20th October at 7.30pm
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Leading up to the festival, Ruth Baldry’s portraits of circus performers in Bristol will be exhibited in this iconic space. The project has focused on active members of The Invisible Circus and their alternative, itinerant lifestyles that go hand in hand with performance.
Circus City – Bristol’s biennial circus festival – is back this October (12th to 29th) with something for everyone – theatre lovers, party animals, punks, swing dancers, science geeks, jazz fans…the list goes on and on! Circus City will fire your imaginations and thrill your senses for three jam packed weeks putting Bristol firmly on the map as an international capital of contemporary circus.
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