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  • Family

    Family Guide | Hassan Hajjaj: The Path

    Thursday, 30th July 2020 to Sunday, 1st November 2020, 12:00 to 17:00 | Free

    Families are very welcome at Arnolfini and we have put together a Family Guide around Hassan Hajjaj: The Path, with fun activities to do either in the gallery or later at home.

  • HASSAN HAJJAJ | THE PATH

    Thursday, 30th July 2020 to Sunday, 1st November 2020, 12:00 to 17:00 | Tickets are released for both Hassan Hajjaj and Chantal Joffe's exhibitions in a timely manner to accommodate other events taking place at Arnolfini allowing for social distancing considerations. | Free entry. Exhibition slots bookable in advance.

    With an exuberant melee of colours, patterns, appropriated brand logos and found objects, Hassan Hajjaj’s The Path is an exploration of global culture across continents through the unique lens of acclaimed Moroccan-British photographer.

  • Family

    We Are Family Summer Workshops | Paper Jackets

    Thursday, 27th August 2020 to Sunday, 1st November 2020, 13:00 to 17:00 | Age guidance 5+ | Free online, small donations welcome

    Hassan Hajjaj’s artworks are characterised by an explosion of colour, pattern and appropriated brand logos. Let’s Make Art invite children to emulate and compliment his style by doing the same.

  • Chantal Joffe : For Esme – with Love and Squalor

    Thursday, 3rd September 2020 to Sunday, 22nd November 2020, 12:00 to 17:00 | Tickets for both Chantal Joffe and Hassan Hajjaj's exhibitions are released in a timely manner to accommodate other events taking place at Arnolfini allowing for social distancing considerations. | Free entry. Exhibition slots bookable in advance.

    Recognised as one of Britain’s foremost painters, Joffe explores the intimate act of painting and portraiture, bringing back to life Arnolfini’s rich history of exhibiting pioneering painters.

  • Sophia Harari | Two Worlds Collide

    Thursday, 1st October 2020 to Saturday, 31st October 2020, 12:00 to 17:00

    Sophia Harari is a writer, poet and musician creating content surrounding identity and self-expression. Two Worlds Collide is an exploration of her identity, considering the intersects of her Moroccan-ness and Blackness and questioned how they inform one another.

  • #LoveBristolArts

    Monday, 19th October 2020 to Friday, 23rd October 2020, 10:00 to 18:00

    Share some love for the artists, venues and organisations across the city during these challenging times using #LoveBristolArts.

  • Family

    We Are Family | Life Drawing (in life)

    Saturday, 24th October 2020, 12:00 to 15:30 | Maximum family groups of 6. Age 5+. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Social distancing measures will be in place and adults will be asked to wear face covering if able. | Free for everyone. 12pm to 1.30pm and 2pm to 3.30pm.

    Inspired by Chantal Joffe’s beautiful pastel work, the drawing class will give…

Coming soon

  • Film

    South West Silents | The Eagle (1925)

    Date tbc | Limited spaces available to enable social distancing. | £8 / £10 / U25s £5 booking available soon

    Based on the novel “Dubrovsky” by Alexander Pushkin the great silent-era sex symbol Rudolph Valentino departs from his onscreen persona of a Latin lover and delivers one of the most nuanced and powerful performances of his career.

  • Stephen Gill

    Date tbc | Spring 2021

    In Spring 2021 Arnolfini will be celebrating over thirty years of extraordinary practice from Bristol-born photographer Stephen Gill, drawing together new previously un-exhibited work, alongside works from other iconic series.

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