We campaign for Local Issues

We promote Art in the Community

We improve and bring life to our Urban Environment

PRSC is determined to safeguard the unique character of the area. Because of the economically challenged nature of Stokes Croft, there are many areas where there are gaps in the landscape. This can be seen as a disadvantage, a gap-toothed smile.

We see only opportunity, the opportunity to flavour forever the visual nature of our quarter. More stimulating. Tidier. Safer. Better. Opportunity.

Journey to Justice: Activist series

PRSC and Journey to Justice Bristol (JToJ) are participating in a project to visualise Bristol’s history of activism and struggles for social justice. Bristol will host the Journey to Justice travelling exhibition alongside a host of city-wide events this...

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Art of The Street – Film Series

An in-depth investigation of street art, stickers, posters, graffiti and culture jamming. PRSC is pleased to invite you to Art of The Street, a series of 5 films followed by a discussion, focused on providing a wider understanding of the origins of Graffiti Art, its...

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Our Walls – Bristol March to End Austerity Sat 9/09

Join the Bristol March Mayor Marvin Rees has called a march and rally on September 9th. The march is supported by the Bristol People Assembly, Protect our NHS, trade unions, community campaigns, Labour, Greens, and local business and faith organisations....

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Upcoming Events

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Art of The Street – Film Series – Screening 1: Wild Style

September 27 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

An in-depth investigation of street art, stickers, posters, graffiti and culture jamming. PRSC is pleased to invite you to Art of The Street, a series of 5 films followed by a discussion, focused on providing a wider understanding of the origins of Graffiti Art, its further developments and influences in contemporary culture. The term Graffiti Arts has been used since the late 70’s to define text-based tagging (personalised signature) and drawings on walls and trains. Since then, Graffiti Art had followed…

Book Club and Book Launch: Politics & Protest and Naked Guide to Bristol book launch

September 28 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  Book Club at PRSC with Tangent Books presents Politics & Protest and Naked Guide to Bristol book launch Author Q&A 7pm Join photographer and author Pete Maginnis and publisher Richard Jones to celebrate the launch of the third edition of Don Pedro presents Politics & Protest and the sixth edition of The Naked Guide to Bristol. Pete Maginnis is Don Pedro. Since 2000 he has amassed a photographic collection of public expressions of protest in the form of subvertised billboards,…

Angela Francis - LovLovLov

Lov Lov Lov

September 29 @ 7:00 pm - October 1 @ 10:30 pm

The recently departed, Angela Francis, was an incredible painter, who was inspired by the world that surrounded her; nature, music, social issues and human interaction. This exhibition is not only a showcase of her incredible talent, but also a celebration of her life! Join us on Friday 29th September from 7pm to explore her bold, bright and intriguing work. A chance to purchase a one-of-a-kind painting for your home or work place and keep Angela's spirit alive.

Wildscreen Festival – Witness the Wild

September 30 @ 9:00 am - October 1 @ 8:00 pm

This October, we’re bringing together local community groups, artists, scientists, wildlife filmmakers and photographers to transform two concrete roundabouts into oceanic sanctuaries, giving thousands of people the opportunity to dive beneath the waves and explore the ocean depths for themselves and discover how we can all do little things to help protect it. Though vast, our ocean is not limitless and it needs our help. 275 million tonnes of plastic waste is generated every year around the world. That’s the…

Art of The Street – Film Series – Screening 2: Bomb It

October 4 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

An in-depth investigation of street art, stickers, posters, graffiti and culture jamming. PRSC is pleased to invite you to Art of The Street, a series of 5 films followed by a discussion, focused on providing a wider understanding of the origins of Graffiti Art, its further developments and influences in contemporary culture. The term Graffiti Arts has been used since the late 70’s to define text-based tagging (personalised signature) and drawings on walls and trains. Since then, Graffiti Art had followed…

Art of The Street – Film Series – Screening 3: Helvetica

October 10 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

*DATE CHANGED* An in-depth investigation of street art, stickers, posters, graffiti and culture jamming.   PRSC is pleased to invite you to Art of The Street, a series of 5 films followed by a discussion, focused on providing a wider understanding of the origins of Graffiti Art, its further developments and influences in contemporary culture. The term Graffiti Arts has been used since the late 70’s to define text-based tagging (personalised signature) and drawings on walls and trains. Since then, Graffiti…

Art of The Street – Film Series – Screening 4: Style Wars

October 18 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

An in-depth investigation of street art, stickers, posters, graffiti and culture jamming. PRSC is pleased to invite you to Art of The Street, a series of 5 films followed by a discussion, focused on providing a wider understanding of the origins of Graffiti Art, its further developments and influences in contemporary culture. The term Graffiti Arts has been used since the late 70’s to define text-based tagging (personalised signature) and drawings on walls and trains. Since then, Graffiti Art had followed…

Asaro resiste exhibition bearpit outdoor gallery

JtoJ Exhibition “Voice from the Past”

October 19 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

“The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting”. (Milan Kundera) The Bearpit, Central Bristol. 6pm-9pm. Working with Bristol Artists and the students of the Creative Youth Network, Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft offer an outdoor exhibition of Bristol’s political heroes of the past in the struggle for justice. The exhibition will be built in the Bearpit from 10-18th October, when passers-by will see artists and students at work in this extraordinary public space where the…

Art of The Street – Film Series – Screening 5: Street Art. Painting in the City: London, Paris, Madrid

October 25 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

An in-depth investigation of street art, stickers, posters, graffiti and culture jamming. PRSC is pleased to invite you to Art of The Street, a series of 5 films followed by a discussion, focused on providing a wider understanding of the origins of Graffiti Art, its further developments and influences in contemporary culture. The term Graffiti Arts has been used since the late 70’s to define text-based tagging (personalised signature) and drawings on walls and trains. Since then, Graffiti Art had followed…

Banner and placard making

JtoJ – The Art of Protest: Banner and placard making workshop

October 28 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Basic banner and placard making using the facilities of the PRSC yard where many protest placards have been created over the past ten years. Participants will make placards and banners to accompany the Hands Across The City procession on 29th October. Free (donations welcome) but registration is required. Hosted by Journey to Justice Bristol and PRSC. Link to Facebook event Link to Eventbrite

Alchemy '17 - Maze Studios Bristol

Alchemy ’17

November 18 @ 11:00 am - November 26 @ 6:00 pm

A contemporary ceramics exhibition by sixteen artists from Maze Studios, Bristol. This exciting exhibition showcases a diverse collection of work celebrating the creativity of this group of 16 ceramic artists. Brought together by a passion for making and exploring the properties of clay, each artist’s work has a unique identity. The exhibition will include sculptural and functional pieces.  Artists: Miah Allman, Fiona Barr, Renee Betts-Secrett, Louise Blois, Linda Brogan, Rachelle Corker, Carrie Dare, Lizzie Edwards, Jessie Jermyn, Iona Lautieri, Mandy…

Breakfast Records

Breakfast Records x OWL Skateboards

November 25 @ 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Breakfast Records are teaming up with OWL Skateboards to put a on a night of radical art, skating and music. With music from resident Breakfast skate-punks The Gnarwhals and projections, boards and artwork from OWL, it promises to be an unmissable gig for every reason you might imagine.

Buy it Or Burgle it Exhibition

December 1 - December 31

Open Art Weekend

December 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This is for our resident artists to display and sell their work.    This will involve putting on other events alongside such as bands, bar, entertainment etc

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