Original Blog by Coexist CIC
As part of our ongoing process of consultation with our local community about the future of Hamilton House and the future of Stokes Croft, we spoke to PRSC about urban change, community land trusts and building alternative economic systems.
An evening of sensory immersion showcasing two phenomenal artists working with the transformative possibilities of image and sound in a live context using a combination of analogue and digital technology.
VENUE: PRSC HQ, The Space 17-35 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol
Tuesday 8th November – 13th November. Open Daily from midday till 1900hrs
Extraordinary, immersive, painful and exhilarating, Ingrid Sinclair, Simon Bright and Deborah Weinreb curate a photographic exhibition and film of hidden history.
The Bearpit Outdoor Gallery, Stokes Croft, Bristol hosts its first major international exhibition, “Resiste” commencing Saturday 15th October.
For the last 10 years ASARO have created political woodcut and lino print street art as part of their local protests, and in solidarity with international struggle.
An Exhibition of original lino and woodcut prints from Oaxaca, Mexico at Hamilton House.
In the days leading up to October 15th, The Bearpit was transformed by artists from The People’s Republic of Stokes Croft and Kiptik, primarily using artwork sent to Bristol by The Assembly of Revolutionary Artists of Oaxaca.
Sunday 26th June : Doors 7:00pm : Bands 8:00pm
‘The Space’ People’s Republic of Stokes Croft, 17-25 Jamaica Street, Bristol BS2 8JP
Tickets £5 advance / £6 on the door
CINEMATIC DRONE : HAUNTING VOCALS : DARK AMBIENCE : 16MM FILM
BEEF presents the ‘Throats of Ash’ European tour featuring Gabriel Saloman, one time Yellow Swans guitarist and current purveyor of darkly cinematic drone and noise.
The Bristol scroll will be well known to anybody over forty. The City’s name was carried in this form by every bus in the city and its surrounding areas from 1965 until the mid 1980s.