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Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft

and Stokes Croft China

Stokes Croft paints its own future, thus enhancing its sense of identity; its sense of community.

Because of the economically challenged nature of our quarter, many of the locations in Stokes Croft form gaps in the normal commercial landscape.

This can be seen as a disadvantage; a gap-toothed smile. PRSC sees only opportunity: the opportunity to flavour forever the visual nature of our quarter.

Today, there remains little of the signwriting and painting that emblazoned all of Stokes Croft in its heyday. As such, we believe that the use of the surfaces of buildings as a canvas – which is demonstrably part of our heritage – should inform and direct the overall appearance of Stokes Croft as the Cultural Quarter of Bristol. PRSC has curated an outdoor gallery in the area, with our own wall on Jamaica Street attracting local and international artistic talent. Head to our Flickr to see the latest works in the area.

If you’re an artist looking to show in our Outdoor Gallery, get in touch: contact@prsc.org.uk

FatChristmas

FatChristmas

The first piece on our Jamaica Street wall, 'Fat Christmas'

Epok and Bonzai Outdoor Gallery

Epok and Bonzai Outdoor Gallery

Epok and Bonzai on the PRSC Jamaica Street Wall

George Harding

George Harding

George Harding for PRSC

PRSCOutdoorMandela

PRSCOutdoorMandela

Celebrating Mandela, 2013

thinklocalmagpiewp

thinklocalmagpiewp

ThinkLocalNoTesco

ThinkLocalNoTesco

Think Local, Painted in 2011 in opposition to the opening of Tesco Express in Stokes Croft

jamst41detl

jamst41detl

Historic Detail on the skyline of Bristol News, 41 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft

apothecaire

apothecaire

The Apothecaire, a shopfront refurbished without any permission, work which has subsequently been retained by the owner.

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