GINS’ new single and video Bruise Your Ego is quietly spoken shout, which has a mesmerising, layered simplicity belieing its sophistication
A survey to assess the ‘health of live music’ in the UK will start in Bristol as students and lecturers of Buckinghamshire New University go to gigs
It came down to six votes that the Thelma Hulbert Gallery bagged top British artist Luke Jerram for Museums At Night Festival after a national public vote
Bristol car dealership has been working with art and photography students to offer real-life experience
Tanya Morel certainly creates atmosphere in her work whether it’s the insolent tattooed Greedy Gwen or something more wryly melancholic
The arts and culture conference No Boundaries is set to take place in Manchester and Bristol in September 2015
There are new dates for the Bristol Affordable Art Fair, but still the same plethora of art at affordable prices (depending on your wallet!)
Making Art, Making Sense an exhibition of artworks by deafblind artists is taking place at the Royal West Academy in Bristol from 7th – 14th August.
Work by artist Jan O’Highway will be on display at Bristol City Hall for Beyond Sustainability
Watershed, Bristol’s cultural cinema and digital creativity centre, has offered artists from across the world an opportunity to makes ‘something wonderful using creative technologies’ in it’s Playable City Awards. Here’s the shortlist
A new website is to connect creative freelancers in the South West with businesses who want their work.
Clem So explores identity, heritage and loss while investigating his own relationship with himself and his ancestors in his Tracing the Intangible exhibition at the Centrespace Gallery, Bristol
Bristol’s Arnolfini contemporary gallery is looking for a development manager. Think you can take in on?
The results of fourth international Exeter Contemporary Open (eco) exhibition were revealed at the Exeter Phoenix.