Press Releases

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  • Bristol Family Arts Festival 2016

    Thursday, 25th August 2016

    Bristol Family Arts Festival is a city-wide celebration of creativity, engaging with over 3,500 family members each year. The festival celebrates INNOVATION in an exciting programme of high-quality family activities, taking place over the month of October, including the half-term week, climaxing in a finale event on 30 October.

  • Moving Targets Press Release

    Thursday, 30th June 2016

    In Punk’s 40th anniversary year, Moving Targets draws on Bristol’s unique independent spirit and explores punk as an attitude with more than one history and meaning.

  • Seeds of Change 2016

    Friday, 10th June 2016

    Seeds of Change: A Floating Ballast Seed Garden celebrates ‘Bristol Year of Learning’ with a summer of boat trips and talks in Bristol.

  • Art from Elsewhere: International Contemporary Art from UK Galleries

    Friday, 18th March 2016

    This spring, Arnolfini and Bristol Museum & Art Gallery are working in partnership to present a compelling exhibition of international art across two venues in central Bristol. Art from Elsewhere gathers 38 significant artists from 22 countries, whose work addresses life, politics, identity and cultural change within an increasingly ‘globalised’ society. Below, you can download a full press release and high resolution images.

  • Daphne Wright – Emotional Archaeology

    Thursday, 12th November 2015

    A retrospective exhibition of Bristol based artist Daphne Wright featuring casting, sound recording , film making and drawing.

  • John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea

    John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea is the first UK showing of the internationally-acclaimed, three-screen, film installation Vertigo Sea which was premiered at the Venice Biennale in 2015. This poignant work weaves archival material, readings from classical sources and newly shot footage to create a film that explores man’s relationship with ‘the sublime seas’ as a means of migration and livelihood.

  • Arnolfini Programme 2016

    Arnolfini launches 2016 Programme to include John Akomfrah, Art from Elsewhere, Daphne Wright and Ballast Seed Garden

  • Richard Long: TIME AND SPACE

    Friday, 4th September 2015

    A major new solo exhibition celebrating Bristol-based artist Richard Long, including several new works and recreations of previous works that have been made for this exhibition. #RichardLong

  • Young Arnolfini: And Then We Pulled The Words Apart

    Monday, 8th June 2015

    Young Arnolfini, Black Kettle Collective (Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea) and Ikon Youth Programme (Ikon Gallery, Birmingham) present a collaborative exhibition that explores language.

  • Do Ho Suh Press Kit

    Thursday, 19th February 2015

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