BISHOPSTON MATTERS

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Tag: Art

Art boards on the Gloucester Road

Chatsworth Homes have worked in collaboration with the City of Bristol College Art & Design Department, Sefton Park Junior School and Fairfield High School in the production of decorative display boards that will mask the…
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Exciting exhibition at Hamilton House

Luke is a local Bristol artist born in 1978. He comes from a creative family where his mother, father and sister are all artist/crafts people. Luke studied for his foundation year at Bristol¬ís Queens Road…
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Charity Art Auction

St Andrews resident Lizzie Coles founded the charity NEMO after her god-daughter was diagnosed with the rare but devastating genetic disorder known as Incontinentia Pigmenti (IP) throughout the UK and internationally. Lizzie has organised several…
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£1,000 prize for artists to illustrate Bristol's Green Capital bid

An open call with a 1,000 pound prize has gone out to artists, photographers, film-makers and even musicians to submit their ideas for showing Bristol as a green capital. The Bristol Green Capital Partnership wants…
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'More Art' Installation Project in St Andrews Park

As part of the forthcoming 'ParkArts11' festival on July 10th, The Friends of St Andrews Park have commissioned three Bristol-based artists to create individual site specific installations that will be located in St Andrews Park…
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Parks Arts 11 - Call for Stall Holders

Parkarts is a biennial one day arts festival celebrating the visual arts and culture of Bristol, taking place on the 10th July in the ever popular St Andrews Park (near the Gloucester Road, BS6) and…
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Park Arts11 - Be a part out it!

On Thursday 24th March the first meeting to discuss the summer event Park Arts11 took place. The evening was well attended by enthusiastic people full of ideas for what already promises to be a great,…
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Local Resident Launches NEMO Charity on the Gloucester Road

On Saturday 12th February, newly established charity NEMO launched their art exhibition on the Gloucester Road, to raise awareness of a rare but devastating genetic disorder known as Incontinentia Pigmenti (IP) throughout the UK and…
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