The first of a number of blogs addressing the toxic effect of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021.
Today is National DJ day in the U.S and it feels like the UK could do with a day to celebrate our DJs too, so PRSC are stealing this one (actually we’re not stealing it, we’re just sampling it and making it fresh for a new audience).
Looking back on an unprecedented year…
A project making visible otherwise hidden lockdown stories from precarious workers.
With venues closed and performances socially distanced at best, some Bristol cultural hubs have been turning to alternative ways to reach their audiences. Are we witnessing the birth of a new culture of Bristol community led media?
We can see a crisis of rough sleeping looming down the tracks and PRSC is calling for an urgent public debate about how the public funds and political will can be best used to actually start reducing the numbers of people who find themselves homeless or in insecure housing…
Maryem talks about the threat to our vibrant local culture.
Last month we shared some of our observations of the changed visual culture of the city in these new lockdown times.
One month on, we venture back outside to see what’s changed on Bristol’s streets.
As lockdown continues to keep most of us stuck at home, building developers, planners and construction workers have continued to busily reshape our city.
An essay by Colin Moody, on hedges, hedge funds and the post-pandemic economy.
A look at the empty city streets, and the current state of advertising, subvertising and street art.
In the name of public health we have closed our physical spaces, but you can still support us by ordering online – we will deliver as long as the post offices will allow.
Our neighbourhood is resounding with the cacophony of diggers, hammers, shouting and building site radios these days. But what is being built? And who is this new neighbourhood for?