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
– Tuesday 27th March: Ruby Lou Hinton’s draw your feelings workshop
10am – 1pm
– Thursday 29th March: Sophie Filomena’s fimo workshop
10am – 1pm
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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In Someone Else’s Shoes is an exhibition celebrating the 70 year old friendship between Bristol and Hannover. Through first-hand accounts and oral histories, this touring exhibition will explore the roots of the twinning and tell the stories of some of the enduring friendships that were forged between inhabitants of these two cities, from the earliest gestures of goodwill in 1947 to the exchanges that still take place today.
The exhibition will also showcase a recent creative collaboration between students from Bristol and Hannover secondary schools.
You are cordially invited to the opening reception of
In Someone Else’s Shoes
Tuesday 30th January, 5pm to 6:45pm
Vestibules, City Hall, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR
beginning with an address from Mayor Marvin Rees.
The exhibition runs for a week, 29th Jan to 2nd Feb,
Monday to Friday – 11am to 6:30pm.
For more information contact Ruth.Myers@locallearning.org.uk
Exhibition curator: Sarah Knight Graphic designer: Carmen Garaghon
Local Learning locallearning.org.uk
A workshop aimed at Artists and Designers wishing to broaden their
medium of work to incorporate textile techniques as an exciting new element in representing their ideas. Using your own artwork and design ideas as a starting point you will develop a range of textile samples incorporating drawing using stitch, applique and machine embroidery. You will then explore ways in which you might incorporate them into the development of your future work.
An exciting programme of Workshops and short courses in garment construction, pattern cutting and stitched textiles. Suitable for various levels with classes ranging from Absolute Beginners. Sewing through to Absolutely Festivals and Stitched Textiles for Artists &
Held every Saturday in the Stitch-up Studios at the Island Nelson Street.
Small class sizes – maximum of 5 students.
View the full class timetable…
You can read about the tutor Lisa Bailey
To find out more or book a place please email email@example.com
Places are limited so need to be booked and confirmed in advance.
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Cost 4 weeks £100
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.
Sunday 24th September, 11.00am – 7.00pm
Entry is FREE but there is a charge for workshops: £2 for drop-in Make-and-takes, full-length workshops will be as priced on Eventbrite (see Facebook page for updates).
A day of drop-in activities and upcycling workshops with local artists, getting creative with second-hand materials. Proceeds in aid of Emmaus Bristol, working to end homelessness.
Trash to Treasure – get creative with second-hand materials
Follow Emmaus on Twitter: @EmmausBristol
A special Thank you to the Island for the In kind support of the Gallery Space for our Trash to Treasure fundraiser.