BV Open Studios

BV Studios, 37 Philip Street, Bristol BS3 4AE

07787 797339
contact@bvstudios.co.uk
www.bvstudios.com

Friday 30 May 2014 – Sunday 01 June 2014
Preview: Friday 30 May 18:00 - 21:00. Bar till late
Opening Hours: 11:00 - 18:00

BV Open Studios 2014 Showcasing over 140 Artists

The very excellent residents of BV Studios in Bedminster will open their doors to the public for the weekend on Friday 30 May for their fourth Open Studios Event. BV is the largest independent provider of low cost-studios and workshops in the city and recently expanded to include more than 140 artists and creative businesses. This is a fantastic opportunity to see the work of recent graduates and artists with established and growing reputations, together under one roof.

Expect to see work across all forms of fine art, illustration and design, including drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, installation, film & video, sound art and performance. There will be fresh new work from both long term residents and artists who have arrived in the intervening months since the last Open in 2013.

Your journey around the building begins with an exhibition of original postcards presented anonymously in the BV Gallery. Made by BV artists and invited guest artists they will cost £5 each. The proceeds will go towards funding and maintaining the exhibition space. So come along and have a drink and a chat to the artists, and prepare to be delighted, astonished, amazed and challenged.

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