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The Space at PRSC

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17-25 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft
Bristol, United Kingdom BS2 8JP United Kingdom
0117 214 0029 https://prsc.org.uk/the-space/

SPACE is located in a historic building, and has been beautifully and sensitively restored to allow maximum flexibility for hosting creative events and exhibitions.

The Space is used to host events based around Film/Documentary screenings, Art/Photography exhibitions, workshops, meetings, Music/Theatre performances, rehearsal space and more. More info and venue hire

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May 2018

INVERSE – Media & Cultural Production Degree Show

May 25 @ 6:00 pm - May 28 @ 6:00 pm
The Space at PRSC, 17-25 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft
Bristol, United Kingdom BS2 8JP United Kingdom
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INVERSE is a reworking of the metropolis, reclaiming histories and spaces to experience the mediated city and is the degree show of Media and Cultural Production students from The University of The West of England. Please join us for the preview from 6-9pm, Friday 25th May, SPACE PRSC, 17-25 Jamaica Street, Bristol, BS2 8JP The exhibition will also be open 2-6pm Sunday 27th & 12-6pm Monday 28th May

INVERSE is a reworking of the metropolis, reclaiming histories and spaces to experience the mediated city and is the degree show of Media and Cultural Production students from The University of The West of England. Please join us for the preview from 6-9pm, Friday 25th May, SPACE PRSC, 17-25 Jamaica Street, Bristol, BS2 8JP The exhibition will also be open 2-6pm Sunday 27th & 12-6pm Monday 28th May  

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June 2018

Intention

June 2 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
The Space at PRSC, 17-25 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft
Bristol, United Kingdom BS2 8JP United Kingdom
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Intention An Exhibition of Creative Pieces by students on the Intercalated BA in Medical Humanities at the University of Bristol Saturday, 2nd June Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft Space, Jamaica Street 10.30 am to 5 pm Each year the University of Bristol offers medical students the opportunity to pause their studies and gain an intercalated BA in medical humanities. Joining English and Philosophy students, these medical students are able to explore some of the wider issues around healthcare with a particular emphasis placed on arts-based inquiry. This exhibition is built around a range of creative pieces from the students which highlight the role of the arts in extending perceptions around embodiment and alternative ways of knowing and connecting. The curation of diverse works explores particular questions around meaning-making within a collectively agreed theme of 'Intention'. The works are supplemented by reports of students' experiences in learning about the role that music, art and theatre may play in therapy, and also how the arts contribute to well-being and self-knowledge within the medical community. The exhibition also includes reflections on some of the events which form a part of the students’ learning, such as the annual Medicine Unboxed conference in Cheltenham, a visit to the Jenner Museum, Berkeley, and a seminar with Sam Gugliani (author of Histories).

An Exhibition of Creative Pieces by students on the Intercalated BA in Medical Humanities at the University of Bristol Saturday, 2nd June Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft Space, Jamaica Street 10.30 am to 5 pm Each year the University of Bristol offers medical students the opportunity to pause their studies and gain an intercalated BA in medical humanities. Joining English and Philosophy students, these medical students are able to explore some of the wider issues around healthcare with a particular…

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A Way of Life – Bristol Premiere.

June 15 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Space at PRSC, 17-25 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft
Bristol, United Kingdom BS2 8JP United Kingdom
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A cinematic journey through the world of global Hip Hop. "Hip hop is a basic attitude against oppression, the attitude that my voice isn't being heard, and I'm going make my voice heard no matter what, that goes across all races of people, all cultures" - KRS-One (USA) PRSC and Industry#1 Films present the Bristol premiere screening of A Way of Life - a documentary celebrating global Hip Hop culture. With a DJ dropping beats, b-boys and b-girls cutting shapes, and paint spattered graff writers drawing on the walls, this night will be a joyous Bristol flavoured celebration of all things Hip Hop. Places limited so book early. About the movie: 'A Way Of Life' gives prominence to a culture that has gone beyond music, providing an accessible platform of expression for millions of people across the globe. Shot over a span of two years in 15 locations worldwide 'A Way Of Life' explores Hip-Hop culture from music to graffiti, beat boxing and break-dancing. The film charts Hip-Hop's progression through it’s near 40 year existence from an underground subculture of New York “Bronx”, Highlights include Brazilian artist Emicida being arrested for performing his social, political song HipHop; the Ghanaian Hip Life scene; and Hip Hop being used to teach English and life skills in Cambodia. Interviews include up and coming as well as established artists such as KRS One (USA), Skinnyman (UK), Jeru The Damaja (USA), Marcelo D2 (Brazil), Lord Finesse (USA) & Big Narstie (UK) illustrating their talent, background & the socio-cultural environments that influence their music. "A Way Of Life is a life-affirming look at the origins & universality of hip-hop culture. The editing style & interview settings match the boot-strap nature of hip-hop itself. It is an education for the new arrivals to the scene & a heart-warming re-acquaintance for the long-time aficionados. It captures the love." Whizz - London “The most insightful and beautifully shot piece of film making on Hip Hop culture I have come across” Wordplay Magazine “Definitely needs to be seen” Mys Diggi aka Mystro “A new documentary seeks to shed light on the evolution of the culture into a worldwide consciousnesses” XXL Magazine Featured Countries Australia / Brazil / Cambodia / Cuba / Denmark / Egypt / France / Germany / Ghana / India / Japan / Malaysia / Netherlands / Norway / Poland / Spain / Switzerland / Syria / UK / USA Featured Artists Big Narstie / Skinnyman / Masta Ace / Foreign Beggars / Jeru The Damaja / Stig of the Dump / Dead Prez (M1) / Krs One / Lord Finesse / Reverie / Gavlyn / Saigon / Marcelo D2 / Homeboy Sandman / Onyx / Doppelgangaz / Joe Flizzow / Sona One / Brainpower / Omar Offendum / Shay Rock (Maikal X) / Felix De Luca (Verb Ink) / King I Devine / Tommy Tee / Don Martin / Smith N Smart / VNM / Steffe La Cheffe / The Narcicyst / Bobbito Garcia / Emicida & many more... Biographies Industry #1 Industry #1 is an independent production company that uses film, music and art to entertain, inspire and educate its audience. Began in 2006 as an online platform to launch and promote artists from around the globe. The website showcased global Hip-Hop talent, featuring interviews & live reviews, before expanding to curate their own films and events. In 2013 Industry Number1 put together a number of global Hip Hop festivals in London and Geneva, Switzerland. The project took its present guise in 2012 as filming began for 'A Way Of Life' Global Hip Hop documentary. Shibe Alawiye (Director, Producer, Editor) Shibe Alawiye has been working in film production and broadcast for almost a decade, beginning his career as runner at Crow TV. He then went on to created his own production company Camerashai providing filming and editing services for films, documentaries and promos. Shibe was an editor for the BBC at Bestival and won Best Newcomer Award in 2006 at the Portobello Film Festival for his short film Our Fate, which led him on to creating, editing and producing the feature length documentary "Makers Our Story" released in both the US and UK. Andre Hopkin (Producer, Writer, Researcher Andre’s background is predominantly marketing, promotion and analytics. His journey started with a BA in Computer Science achieved at the Polytechnical University College in Stavanger. He then developed web based marketing and e- commerce solutions for various companies focusing with sales and analytics. In the last couple of years Andre has been setting up the Industry #1 site whilst filming at various events and festivals that have contributed to 'A Way Of Life' Global Hip-Hop documentary.

A cinematic journey through the world of global Hip Hop. "Hip hop is a basic attitude against oppression, the attitude that my voice isn't being heard, and I'm going make my voice heard no matter what, that goes across all races of people, all cultures" - KRS-One (USA) PRSC and Industry#1 Films present the Bristol premiere screening of A Way of Life - a documentary celebrating global Hip Hop culture. With a DJ dropping beats, b-boys and b-girls cutting shapes,…

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PRSC present: In Our Hands

June 28 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Space at PRSC, 17-25 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft
Bristol, United Kingdom BS2 8JP United Kingdom
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Food and farming is in crisis. In just over a decade we’ve lost more than 33,000 farms from our countryside, and alongside this, bad diet is now causing more health problems than smoking! The fundamental link between people, food and the very land we stand on is being broken. Yet it need not be this way. There is a growing movement of farmers and food workers who are creating vibrant farms, living soils, thriving food markets and a fairer food system for all. At the heart of all change lies a story, and In Our Hands is the story of a new kind of farm, a new kind of food and a new kind of society. This film has been created as an open source tool in order to debunk the myth of the industrial food system, and be a resource for farmers and activists in building a better world. A film by Black Bark Films made in association with the Landworkers' Alliance. Guest talks from Bristol growers will accompany the film screening to share developments in the local food scene. More details tbc.

The inspiring story behind the blood, sweat and tears of the British farmer... Food and farming is in crisis. In just over a decade we’ve lost more than 33,000 farms from our countryside, and alongside this, bad diet is now causing more health problems than smoking! The fundamental link between people, food and the very land we stand on is being broken. Yet it need not be this way. There is a growing movement of farmers and food workers who…

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