A practical Stencil cutting workshop. Part of the School of Activism 2.0 curriculum.
The People’s Art Fair is full of love! We love art, colour and creativity. We love making a noise and causing a scene. We love seeing how many unique and creative works of art we can cram into one room. Come on down and feel the love.
Looking back on an unprecedented year…
With the cold nights drawing in, for those of us not out grouse shooting or visiting Barnard castle The People’s Art Fair is back to bring a little colour and magic back in our lives! Show will run in real life at the PRSC, online or both, lockdown depending.
On the 12th June a graffiti artist was detained by police in St Werburghs for painting in the Mina Road Tunnel. Anyone who knows the area would probably be surprised to hear this- the tunnel has been one of the few tolerated (if not officially sanctioned) painting spots in the city for more than a decade.
A look at tagging, graffiti and decoding the streets…
The People’s Art Fair is back! Head on down to The Space at PRSC to sample art of all flavours from a wide range of local artists.
Open call for artists, performers, musicians, workshop leaders and creatives who want to be involved in our monthly arts fair, featuring an exhibition, market, activities, performance etc. See The People’s Art Fair for details of how to get involved. Part of the School of Activism 2.0 curriculum.
As the gentrification of Stokes Croft and St Pauls continues apace, looking at the gap in the high street makes me wonder where the symbols of resistance and underground culture will be allowed to survive.
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.