With our doors, sketchbooks and arms open, we invite you to our second OPEN STUDIOS. Since landing in our huge industrial estate in late 2017, we have blossomed into an ever growing arts community of 45 artists, makers and designers and we don't half have some amazing new work to show you.

PREVIEW NIGHT

Friday 26th 6pm - late
Studios, bar and music. A celebration as well as a first look in the studios.

OPEN STUDIOS

Saturday 27th 12-6pm
Art auction / Workshops / Face Painting / Q&A's / Bar & food / Cinema (TBC)

ART AUCTION 

3pm Sat 27th

Grab your paddle and plot your biddings, you'll be buying artwork under the hammer in our fast paced auction room.


WORKSHOPS
MENDING CIRCLE

by Ob Wear & Project Pico 1-2pm, FREE:
Learn the techniques to repair your damaged clothing and to give your wardrobe a new lease of life! Bring along a damaged garment and learn the skills to repair it yourself! Materials, including yarns, threads, scrap fabrics for patches and tools will be provided though welcome to bring any of your own. Learning how to darn jumpers, patch up jeans and simple repairing and clothing care techniques you can take home.

SCREENPRINT YOUR OWN GARMENT

by Inkling Print Studio, Drop in, £2
Have a go at pulling your own print through the silk screen with one of our artists designs, at the same time as reviving one of your old tee shirts, bags or fabrics! Plain tote bags also available for £3.

COLLECTIVE FELTING of GIANT RUG

by OB WEAR & Project Pico,

FREE
Collective carding and felting. Lots of fleece and lots of fun!

MAKE YOUR OWN MENSTRUAL PAD

by Erin Macairt, Sat 27th 12-3
Spaces limited, please e-mail to book on erinmacairt@gmail.com


Q & A's
COLLINGWOOD CYMBALS

Sat 27th
An insight into the craft of hand hammered and lathed cymbals from one of only two cymbalsmiths in the UK, EOTA tenant Dave Collingwood.

WHO MADE MY CLOTHES?

by OB WEAR & Project Pico

Sat 27th
As part of Fashion Revolution Week, Estate of the Arts tenants, clothing maker Milly of OB WEAR and Phoebe co-founder of ethical intimates label, Project Pico will host a Q&A discussion on their works and processes within the ethical fashion movement, native fibres and the developments in the British fibre industry and the wider problems, effects and challenges the fashion industry faces. During their talk, they will explore ways we can create ethical change through our wardrobe and campaigns such as "Who made my clothes?".

Opening Times 

Friday 26 April:

6-9pm

Saturday 27 April:

12-6pm

Family friendly

Free entry

Getting here:

Buses: 24, 75 & 76.

No parking on site but lots of free parking in the surrounding area.

E-mail us to chat more at estateoftheartsbristol@gmail.com

Address:
Estate of the Arts,

South Liberty Lane,

Bedminster - Ashton

Bristol,

BS3 2SG

Opposite Red Point Climbing Centre, off Winterstoke Road.

Poster Artist: Jay Harper

Photo 2 featuring Heather Christie with her artwork, photo by Jana Rumley

Photo 3 by Tudor Titzoiu

Trader Application Form
Pitch size preferred
Days of Trade

Estate of the Arts, South Liberty Lane,

Bedminster - Ashton, Bristol, BS3 2SG

Opposite Red Point Climbing Centre. Off Winterstoke Road.

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