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Unstable Monuments Bristol

An immer­sive pre-ren­o­va­tion exhi­bi­tion in the icon­ic regency courts and cells of Bridewell Street

08/04/22 – 13/04/22
Opening Times
Sunday, 12:00 – 16:00
Mon–Thu, Closed
Fri–Sat, 12:00 – 20:00
Over 40 International and young Bristol artists explore change & dissolution against the backdrop of this monumental building. They will work together to create a positive, dynamic show with multimedia events, workshops, and curated tours over the weekend.

'Unstable Monuments' will be set within the historic, soon to be renovated former Magistrates Court in Bristol. Supported by Creative Youth Network. the show celebrates their transformation of the ex Courts into an enterorise and community hub bringing together creative businesses and young people.

Fri 8th 12-8 pm Social opening 5-8 pm
Sat 9th 12 -8pm Performances, music, sound etc 5-8 pm
Sun 10th 12-4pm Walk and talk by Curators and Artists- 2pm

There will be performances throughout the week from Bath Spa University students ‘Offstage II’

Artist will be at the show and many works are available for sale. There will be an end of show sale at 3pm on Sunday.

Artists- Marianne Keating, Desmond Brett, Greta Alfaro, Jesse Leroy Smith, Matthew Benington, Athena Papadopoulos, Dick Jewell, Richard Mark Rawlins, Richard Sawdon Smith, Sam Bassett, Mark Jenkin, Mona Osman, Jaques Nimki, Stephanie Douet, Andrew Mania, Alison Larkman, Ali Basset, Sophie Dennet, Dan Pyne, Jo Gorman, Henry Gundry White, Steph Draper, Maryanne Hawes, James Hankey, Patrick Brandon, Mark Fleckner, Andrew Bryant, Pippa Charlesworth, Michelle Ohlson, Sharon Purves, Derrick Tempest, Stewy, Orian, Stacie Mccormack, John Robinson, Angela Lizon, Callum McCutcheon, Millie Wood Downie, Dean Tamagno, Alice Barkwell, Oli Samways, Lucia Harry, Ryan Convery-Moroney. Dusseldorf based art collective Labor Fou and ‘Off Stage’ Young In Hong works with 12 Bath Spa Students (vignette performances and interactions)

Entrance- Light blue gates - Silver St , The Station, Bristol BS1 2AG

We sorry that due to the pre renovation state of the building there is no wheelchair access