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Girl Gang at SPACE, Bristol

GIRL GANG II // Art Show

GIRL GANG Art Show is back!

GIRL GANG Art Show is a group exhibition, bringing together (mostly) Bristol based artists and makers for a curated bi-yearly show. It aims to showcase the talent of women (cis and trans) and genderqueer people.

GIRL GANG celebrates friendships and relationships between women/other genderqueer identities, as they become a radical act within a society that constantly pits women/marginalised identities against each other.

GIRL GANG is a non-profit, DIY project run by Lisa Rose Illustration with the support of other involved artists.

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The Travelling Temple of Art at The Island, Bristol

The Travelling Temple of Art

Welcome welcome!! To our most beautiful and unique collection and celebration of Visionary & Psychedlic Art 🙂

Firstly a little about us! We are Triplicity Festival, a fantastic underground celebration of all things psychedliec. In our 6th year with a focus on high grade production, epic vibes, creativity, love, art, music & so much more! The festival is a unique & beautiful gathering in the UK calender. Steadily growing and evolving we’ve decided to share a slice of the festival in Bristol.

The Temple of Art is a central hub of creativity at Triplicity Festival & we can’t wait to bring it to the city.

More details to come but expect:

~ A fine selection of homegrown UK Visionary & Psychedelic Art
~ A wide rande of mediums and styles; UV, line drawn, sculptures, visuals & more.

Each evening we’ll be hosting a different range of entertainment.

Tuesday 17th: Private opening for friends and family
Wednesday 18th: Private Event
Thursday 19th: Film Screening
Friday 20th: Spoken Word
Saturday 21st: One Night In Bristol warm up gathering

Culminating with a massive celebration at the legendary Black Swan we bring to you: Triplicity Presents: One Night in Bristol. With an offical afterparty by Woo-Dog Records & Frequency 432!!

Each day from 1pm – 7pm, we’ll have snacks and tea & coffee available as well as prints & unique pieces of art for sale.

Each evening from 8pm – close, we’ll be offering food & drinks alongside our entertainment.

We ask for a donation on entry & hope you can help support buy purchasing beverages & snacks!

We look forward to seeing you all!! & hope you enjoy what we have on show.

Our Website:
http://triplicityfestival.com/
The Temple of Art:
http://triplicityfestival.com/the-temple-of-art.html
Triplicity Presents: One Night in Bristol:

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Rooftops and Archways Exhibition at The Vestibules, Bristol

Rooftops & Archways Art Exhibition

In partnership with ArtSpace LifeSpace, Bristol based fine artist Susie Ramsay presents a new collection of paintings in her solo exhibition ‘Rooftops and Archways’. The exhibition comes to The Vestibules after recently being on display at the Christmas Steps Gallery, Bristol.

Susie’s continues her focus on Bristol’s architectural landscapes. Visitors will be able to view ten new paintings of the city, including Arnos Vale Cemetary, Colston Street, Bird Cage Walk, Hotwells and Cliftonwood.

Building upon her ‘Streets, Lanes and Skylines’ (2016) exhibition, Susie presents a collection of work that captures the cities viewpoints and hidden corners. Contrasting rooftops against the sky, warehouses lining the Harbourside, churches and alleyways, each painting provides a fresh perspective of the city.

About the exhibition, Susie said: “The aim of my new work is to present a bold and contemporary vision of Bristol. This collection presents a freer series of paintings than previous exhibitions, capturing the spirit and vibrancy of the city. My work is inspired by how the natural world impacts on our built environment. How a change in light, weather or season can transform our daily city landscape. ‘Rooftops and Archways’ is about revealing the hidden parts of Bristol and presenting the city in a new light”.

Susie will be present at the exhibition throughout the week to discuss the work and future projects.

Limited edition prints and cards will be available to purchase from the exhibition.

Extra information:

– The exhibition is free and will be open daily from 10-6pm.
– Private view: Thursday 12th April 2018, 5-7pm.
– The Vestibules venue: Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, has opened two brand new art spaces at City Hall to showcase Bristol talent and give cultural and community groups unique environments to display their work. The new spaces sit within City Hall’s vestibules; former entrances located at either end of the building. They will be used to provide space for groups to share their projects and ideas through exhibitions, performances, cinemas and pop up art markets.
– Bristol City Council’s Arts Development Team have joined up with local charity and art space experts Artspace Lifespace (ASLS) to support Bristol’s vibrant art and cultural sector by providing an innovative and creative space for groups to share their projects and ideas.
– The venue is fully accessible to wheelchairs and prams.

For more information please visit: www.susie-ramsay-artist.com

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Sophie Filomena’s fimo workshop at The Island, Bristol

Sophie Filomena’s fimo workshop

APART OF THE EQUINOX: A SPRINGTIME EXHIBITION

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Sophie Filomena is a freelance Illustrator and Designer based in Bristol UK, who has a love for the 80’s, punchy bold colours and experimental design. During the Summer of 2017, her flare of jewellery design began, Using Polymer to create abstract shapes that compliment a strong colour pallette.

Join sophie in a workshop where you can make your own polymer jewellery or whatever you mind wonders to! Everyone welcome, novices and experts of creativity alike!

10AM – 1PM

Materials will be provided, we do ask for a small fee of £3 (for children 13 and under) and £5 (for adults) due to expenses

Come along and create with sophie filomena!

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EQUINOX Exhibition at The Island Bristol

Equinox: a spring time exhibition

Curated by Sophie Filomena x Ruby Lou Hinton

A week of spring time, showcasing artists from Bristol and beyond and workshops hosted by the curators of the exhibit

27th March – 1st April 2018
The Island Gallery Space,
1st Floor, Bridewell Street
Bristol, S1 2LE

OPENING TIMES: 12 – 6pm

WORKSHOPS

– Tuesday 27th March: Ruby Lou Hinton’s draw your feelings workshop
10am – 1pm

– Thursday 29th March: Sophie Filomena’s fimo workshop
10am – 1pm

EVENTS:
Friday 30th March – Equinox: private party 6-10pm

Saturday 31st March – Sophie and Ruby Lou’s big drink and draw 6-9pm

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Ruby Lou Hinton’s draw your feelings workshop at The Island, Bristol

Ruby Lou Hinton’s draw your feelings workshop

APART OF EQUINOX: A SPRINGTIME EXHIBITION

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Join Ruby Lou Hinton in a drop in workshop where everyone is invited to draw whatever they are thinking and feeling, families, creatives, everyone is welcome!

Since Graduating with an Illustration degree from UWE in 2016, Ruby Lou has been circulating around the bristol art scene, curating exhibitions and spreading the word of her emotion driven art.

Her work comes from the soft side of thinking, using metaphors for her feelings, and She’d like you to do the same! Grab a pencil and draw what’s on your mind. ♥

10AM – 1PM

Materials will be provided (pens, pencils and huge rolls of paper) all you need to do is come along and draw your feelings!

The workshop is free to attend but we welcome DONATIONS towards the expenses!

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Expired Memories at The Vestibules, Bristol

Expired Memories: Exhibition Opening

Expired Memories
March 21st – 23rd
The Vestibules, Bristol

An installation of 35mm film photography exploring themes of Nostalgia, Memory and Experience.

Using expired rolls of film and vintage cameras, we seek to explore the ways in which a photo can take you back in time, through subject, outlook and process. Come and be transported through blurred hazy visions of the past..

**Opening Event**
Wednesday 21st March 16:00 – 19:00
Suggested Donation: £2
Refreshments provided

This exhibition is the result of a collaborative photography project involving students of UWE Bristol.

Curated by Jane O’Brien & Suri Varma

 

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Ginger Beer Exhibition at The Island, Bristol

Ginger beer: a queer art exhibition

ginger_beer: a queer art exhibition

FREE ENTRY

Fill yer boots with queer, ya ginger beer! An exhibition featuring contemporary LGBTQ+ artists celebrating queerness in a variety of mediums, coinciding with the end of LGBTQ+ history month.

Opening Night:
Monday 26th February 6PM – 10PM.
Exhibition Continues:
Tuesday 27th February 12PM – 5PM
Wednesday 28th February 12PM – 4PM.

Supported by The Island.

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Homeless Awareness Week exhibiton at The Vestibules, Bristol

Art 4 Change Homeless Awareness Week Exhibition

Art4Change is a project aimed at giving disadvantaged sections of the community the opportunity to gain self-confidence, transferable skills and to feel valued, by creating and exhibiting Art work that draws attention to a wide range of social issues.

For homeless awareness week 2018 we are asking three questions:
-How would you feel if you no longer had anywhere to live?
-What are the effects of mental health on individuals & society?
-How can we overcome the stigma surrounding mental health?

Visit The Vestibules
OPEN 10am – 3pm / Monday 26th – Friday 2nd March

By asking these questions we hope to raise awareness of the link between homelessness and mental health.
Mental Health can affect anybody from any walk of life and can be triggered by many factors including work related stress, relationship breakdown, bulling, physical and sexual abuse, to name a few , there are many social, environmental and psychological causes. One in four people suffer from a mental health issue at some point in their lives. One in six people report experiencing a common mental health condition (such as anxiety and depression) in any given week. Most of us are but one step away from this issue,
The content of the exhibition will be two wooden framed houses with cardboard panels, one of the houses has been put together in Workshops held at St Mungos. And one blank to invite the
gallery goers/general public to express their thoughts feelings. By answering the above questions they will respond to the house that has already been created so to break down and challenge pre conceptions that the public may have in regards to homelessness, to encourage a dialogue between the public and homelessness service users.

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