The Vestibules, City Hall, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR

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Tuesday 12 June 2018 – Friday 22 June 2018
10:00 - 19:00
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 19:00

Bristol Refugee Artists Collective is a group of talented refugee and asylum-seeking artists who have been given a two week residency at City Hall as part of Bristol Refugee Festival. This is a participatory event where visitors can do activities together to make a shared and meaningful experience through art.
There will be a range of creative activities, with exhibited pieces, interactive sculpture, other installations and an art table. BRAC members have chosen ‘reunion’ to capture how they are thinking: in coming together we share our humanity and are reunited with each other.
Open: 12-22 June, 2018 Monday to Friday 10am-4pm. Art table activities 12-3 each day
Launch event with music, 5pm on 12 June
Where: The Vestibules, City Hall (Park Street entrance), Bristol BS15TR
Facebook: Bristol Refugee Artists Collective
Please come and join in our activities or simply enjoy looking at the art. BRAC is a group of talented artists who have chosen the theme of “Reunion” to capture how they are thinking: in coming together we share our humanity and are reunited with each other.
Open Monday to Friday between 12-22 June. 10-4pm.
There will be art table activities every day between 12-3pm with a workshop usually between 1-2pm.
Tuesday 12th June Jenny Sowah and Abdullah Bash Poetry Exchange
Wednesday 13th June Morgan Cluley and Yen Wong Graffiti
Thursday 14th June Barbara Disney Block Prints
Friday 15th June Dominique Robathan : Proverbs Monday 18th June Ben Glatt ‘New World Map’ interactive sculpture
Tuesday 19th June Gaie Delap and Aisha: Henna Painting
Wednesday 20th June Dominique Robathan and Marian Liebmann Proverbs
Thursday 21st June Marian Liebmann Journeys: collective painting
Friday 22nd June Marian Liebmann and Gaie Delap. TBA Details and times may change. See Facebook for more details: Bristol Refugee Artists Collective

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