What's on: January, 2021

Course

Somerset Art Works: 'Get Going' Marketing Workshops for Artists (online)

Tue, 04/05/2021 - Wed, 26/05/2021

A series of bespoke work­shops led by Gillian Tay­lor, PRand mar­ket­ing con­sul­tant, cov­er writ­ing, pro­duce images, cre­ate your web­site and video.

Event

BCC Events Team: Bristol Culture & Creative Industries Sector Zoom Meeting

Wed, 12/05/2021

This is an opportunity for Bristol cultural and creative industries to discuss the latest COVID-19 related issues, restrictions and support

Event

DIY Arts Network: Freelance Support Meeting (online)

Fri, 14/05/2021

DIY Arts Network is holding an online meeting to discuss how we can support our freelance community. 

Workshop

Creativity Works: Online Social Media Filmmaking [Intermediate]

Tue, 18/05/2021 - Thu, 20/05/2021

How does the short form nature of social media change our storytelling?

Exhibition

Spike Island: Veronica Ryan, Along a Spectrum

Wed, 19/05/2021 - Sun, 05/09/2021

Spike Island looks forward to reopening our galleries on 19 May with a major solo exhibition by British artist Veronica Ryan.

Workshop

Voluntary Arts: Making great visual content for your creative group (Online Course)

Wed, 19/05/2021

Do you want to create digital content to make people aware of your group but feel you lack the knowledge, skills and confidence to do so?

Exhibition

The Tobacco Factory: Art in The Snug

Wed, 19/05/2021 - Sat, 26/06/2021

Lisa Mayon exhibits her drawings and paintings of Bristol and beyond in The Snug.

Event

Theatre Bristol Assembly: The War on the Woke on Zoom

Thu, 27/05/2021

A space for freelancers to discuss the attack on freedom of speech and the war on the woke, and how we can work together to resist.

Workshop

Christina Poulton Creative: Setting up an arts organisation (Online Workshop)

Thu, 27/05/2021

This online event is for creatives thinking about setting up an arts company or charity.

Event

#ArtIsEssential: Join the (online) march and shout why #ArtIsEssential to you!

Thu, 27/05/2021

In response to the Government's proposal that courses covering subjects in music, dance, drama and performing arts; art and design; media studies; and archaeology are not to be among its strategic
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