A woven time-warp-walk through Bristol with Circumstance

Going to experience the wonderful sonic orchestral participatory work Folded Path in Bristol, with Duncan Speakman, was always going to be a special experience. And it was, very much so. Navigating through the streets led by Circumstance, setting off from the Watershed and wandering around a fairly tight area, meant every step felt familiar toContinue reading “A woven time-warp-walk through Bristol with Circumstance”

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Yesterday saw the press announcement for Withdrawn by Luke Jerram.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 CouncilContinue reading “projects and plans afoot – lots happening, Flow is fast-flowing now”

#visartsbristol open space meeting – good discussions, now for action (updated)

Yesterday I attended an open space event convened by Situations and Bristol Museums (and possibly others, excuse my ignorance here). AMENDMENT: the partners that hosted the event were: Alexis Butt, Acting Director, RWA; Claire Doherty, Director, Situations; Helen Legg, Director, Spike Island; Julie Finch, Director and Phil Walker, Public Programmes Manager, Bristol Museums, Galleries andContinue reading “#visartsbristol open space meeting – good discussions, now for action (updated)”