Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX
Friday 12 April 2019
Tuesday 17 April 2018 – Saturday 21 April 2018
Opening Hours: 13:00 - 23:00
Welcome welcome!! To our most beautiful and unique collection and celebration of Visionary & Psychedlic Art
Firstly a little about us! We are Triplicity Festival, a fantastic underground celebration of all things psychedliec. In our 6th year with a focus on high grade production, epic vibes, creativity, love, art, music & so much more! The festival is a unique & beautiful gathering in the UK calender. Steadily growing and evolving we’ve decided to share a slice of the festival in Bristol.
The Temple of Art is a central hub of creativity at Triplicity Festival & we can’t wait to bring it to the city.
More details to come but expect:
~ A fine selection of homegrown UK Visionary & Psychedelic Art
~ A wide rande of mediums and styles; UV, line drawn, sculptures, visuals & more.
Each evening we’ll be hosting a different range of entertainment.
Tuesday 17th: Private opening for friends and family
Wednesday 18th: Private Event
Thursday 19th: Film Screening
Friday 20th: Spoken Word
Saturday 21st: One Night In Bristol warm up gathering
Culminating with a massive celebration at the legendary Black Swan we bring to you: Triplicity Presents: One Night in Bristol. With an offical afterparty by Woo-Dog Records & Frequency 432!!
Each day from 1pm – 7pm, we’ll have snacks and tea & coffee available as well as prints & unique pieces of art for sale.
Each evening from 8pm – close, we’ll be offering food & drinks alongside our entertainment.
We ask for a donation on entry & hope you can help support buy purchasing beverages & snacks!
We look forward to seeing you all!! & hope you enjoy what we have on show.
The Temple of Art:
Triplicity Presents: One Night in Bristol:
Join the Facebook event, click here.
Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.
Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network