projects and plans afoot – lots happening, Flow is fast-flowing now

Yesterday saw the press announcement for Withdrawn by Luke Jerram. The project has been commissioned by the National Trust’s Trust New Art Bristolcontemporary art programme and is being delivered in partnership with Forestry Commission England’s Forest Art Works programme as part of Bristol 2015.

It is one of six arts projects funded by the Arts Council England Exceptional Fund as part of Bristol’s year as European Green Capital, to help make sustainable living accessible and easy to understand. The Bristol 2015 arts and culture projects are being delivered by national portfolio organisation the Bristol Culture Development Partnership (BDCP), and will play a central part in helping people see sustainability in a new light.

Withdrawn is being delivered by Luke Jerram, Trust New Art Bristol, Forestry Commission with support from Flow Contemporary Arts.

The Bideford Black Project with the Burton Art Gallery in Bideford is forging ahead, watch out for the press release very soon.

And Friction, a Flow Contemporary Arts Project, in collaboration with Waterways Museum, Holst Museum and Museum in the Park, is also becoming increasingly inspiring – all will be launched in 2015!


For press enquiries about Withdrawn, please contact

Kellie Hasbury, Plaster, T: 0117 9530320, E:

Published by carolyn black

I'm an artist and also commission contemporary art in unusual locations. As a producer, I fundraise, curate, project manage and deliver projects. I'm also a writer and film-maker.

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