The “WRY WHY” is the artists look at the space between loss and gain it is a conversation played out on found materials, detritus from skips and waste constructed into visual artefacts that look at the rivalry between keep and change.
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...
We run small art and community projects in Stokes Croft and around Bristol, often for free. We collaborate with other art and community groups, who benefit from our facilities and resources. We're entirely self funded, and sometimes that's hard.
If you like what we do, please consider donating. PRSC is at the forefront of defending public spaces, cultural freedoms, and an alternative voice from the city. With your help, we can develop our workspaces, activities, projects and campaigns.