SPACE Open Part I

Image Credit: PRSC

PRSC the Space, 17-25 Jamaica Street

events@prsc.org.uk
https://prsc.org.uk/event/space-open-part-i/

Saturday 09 December 2017 – Saturday 23 December 2017
Opening Hours: 11 am - 6 pm

Exhibition

Bur or Burgle It - outdoor rolling exhibition
11:00am - 6:00pm

This coming December the Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft (PRSC) opens the doors of its exhibition SPACE to celebrate, showcase and promote local creative talent close to PRSC hosting a lively month of exhibitions and events.

We invited PRSC people, tenants and friends to take part in a two – week exhibition and a series of events which we will run throughout December. SPACE Open celebrates the creative heartbeat around PRSC, showing to the public who we are and what we do.

SPACE Open is configured to host a group exhibition showcasing different artforms such as prints, paintings, sculptures, objects, English bone china ware, made by creative talent around PRSC. Besides the exhibition, a series of workshops, talks, screenings and more, open to anyone will take place as a chance to share ideas and skills with the public over mince pies and mulled cider.

PRSC is home to 12 artist studios, The Bristol Cable, and the Stokes Croft China workshop with over 16 local artists who design unique fine English bone china ware on a voluntary basis, sold in our Stokes Croft China Shop. Our friends are local artists and arts organisations, publishers, volunteers, independent newspapers, campaign groups and creative businesses, among others.

SPACE Open is also a fundraiser to support our work and associated building costs.

Full programme of events and list of people involved will be soon available.

Opening: Friday 8th December, 6-9pm

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