Christmas Steps Gallery

Christmas Steps Gallery is a hireable exhibition and project space situated in a culturally vibrant area of old Bristol. Located at the top of the Christmas Steps, the gallery is surrounded by a selection of independent businesses. Christmas Steps Gallery can accommodate a range of projects including: art exhibitions, pop-up shops, fashion shows, product launches, talks, seminars, screenings and tutorials. Christmas Steps Gallery is a member of Gallery Spaces, an independently run organisation which manages hireable units in Bristol. Amongst our portfolio of previous collaborations are: Coates and Scarry, University of West of England, Temple Cycles, STRANGE, Bristol Festival of Photography, Rainmaker Gallery and Clifton Fine Art.

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Opening hours

Various: check social media and project pages on website

Address

11 Christmas Steps
Bristol
BS1 5BS

07780503180
admin@galleryspaces.co.uk
www.christmasstepsgallery.co.uk

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Christmas Steps Gallery - exterior view
Charles Emerson solo show with Antlers Gallery

Image Credit: Charles Emerson / Antlers Gallery

Jamaica Street Studios - Winter 2016

Image Credit: Damien Hockey

Klank Collective

Image Credit: Hank Rossi

Michael Hayter - solo exhibition

Image Credit: Michael Hayter

Printed Goods / Raffy and George Greaves

Image Credit: Michael Hale

What's on

Fabric Africa: Stories told through textiles

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Rd, Bristol, BS8 1RL

Saturday 30 June 2018 – Sunday 19 May 2019

Hokusai and Hiroshige: Masters of Japanese landscape prints

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Rd, Bristol, BS8 1RL

Saturday 22 September 2018 – Sunday 06 January 2019

Clowns: The eggs-hibition

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery Queens Rd Bristol BS8 1RL

Saturday 29 September 2018 – Sunday 06 January 2019

Sightings

Caraboo Projects, 2 Stafford Street, Bristol, BS3 4DA

Friday 16 November 2018 – Sunday 16 December 2018

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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