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Diana Porter: New Designers 2018

12th January at 10:30 am - 31st March at 6:00 pm

Diana Porter's favourite way to welcome in the year is with a wave of fresh new talent. This year it has selected five emerging jewellery designers from graduate degree shows and contemporary, artisanal trade shows throughout the year, to feature in the New Designers exhibition. This exciting annual exhibition combines contemporary art with traditional jewellery making techniques. Collections this year explore hidden beauty and details in everyday life, with intriguing forms of inspiration ranging from our cities architecture to human…

Frost Lab

9th February at 10:00 am - 31st March at 5:00 pm

Wrap up warm, We The Curious is investigating chilly things, hot things and other snowy wonders in frost lab. The space is open for you to wander in and get stuck in to some icy investigations. You'll be able to chat to the Live Science Team, make up your own experiments, or have a go with some the team have tried before. There's digital thermometers, a massive fan, and loads of other equipment and materials to get you thinking. Leave your…

A Different Perspective

17th February at 10:00 am - 3rd March at 5:00 pm

Lime Tree Gallery is delighted to present its first solo exhibition by John Evans.  Over the last two years John has emerged as one of Lime Tree Gallery's most successful painters, admired alike by his fellow professionals and by the wider audience. His work is very distinctive, covering both landscapes and still-life, with a different view of familiar scenes and clever variations on perspective and construction. The particular focus for many of the local Bristol scenes are the boats and…

5 week beginners textile transfer techniques

20th February at 1:30 pm - 20th March at 4:30 pm

Explore transfer printing which allows pigments, foils and flocks to be transferred to fabric via heat and pressure. Sublimation process enables the designer to create multicoured designs on synthetic fibers. It is an impressive way to produce fabric samples representing intriguing styles and hand painted qualities. While experimenting with transfer techniques you will learn how to combine screen printing with the creative use of foils, flocs and puff binder. You will produce a variety of textile samples which will be…

Life, Death (and the Rest)

22nd February at 10:00 am - 25th February at 8:30 pm

A festival of eclectic performances, talks, exhibitions and film to encourage conversations about death, dying and living well. There will be the opportunity to visit a Death Café where people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. Join in with one of the fascinating tours titled Morbid Curiosity, or learn about memorial tattoos with Dr John Troyer. Listen to Carla Valentine talk about her book Past Mortems or celebrate your own mortality with The Death Show. Visit: arnosvale.org.uk/life-death-rest to find…

Food Freedom and Body Acceptance Workshop

22nd February at 7:00 pm - 26th April at 9:00 pm

Ready to stop dieting and find a ‘normal’ relationship with food? Founder of 'My Body Positive' Lisa Beasley is running an 8 week workshop.   My Body Positive ‘Food Freedom &  Body Acceptance' course starts Thursday 22/2/18 7-9pm in Henleaze.   This series of 8 Bristol-based, WOMEN ONLY, group workshops, will help you let go of diet thinking and teach you to address your challenges with food from a more self-compassionate standpoint. This is for you if you are ready to be…

Exultate Singers and Craig Ogden – An Evening Romance

25th February at 6:00 pm

Internationally-renowned guitarist Craig Ogden and virtuoso cellist Richard May join Exultate Singers for an early evening concert of romantic music from around the world, conducted by David Ogden. Tickets £10 – £18, half price for students and under 18s, available from Opus 13 music shop, 14 St Michael’s Hill. Tel: 0117 923 0164 or visit: exultatesingers.org

Chaosmos: Robert Ive and Harriet Foster

27th February at 10:00 am - 4th March at 5:00 pm

In an attempt to interpret and understand Robert Ive’s and Harriet Foster’s contrasting experiences and responses to the chaosmos of life, Circle Triangle Square presents its inaugural exhibition: Chaosmos: Robert Ive and Harriet Foster. Chaosmos is a word used to describe the ‘composed chaos’ of our world, a world which cannot be defined with a singular harmonious interpretation. The work presented by Ive (a recent graduate from Falmouth University) and Foster (a recent graduate from UWE) sits not far from where it…

Richard Cartwright Exhibition

28th February at 9:30 am - 16th March at 5:30 pm

Adam Gallery, Bath is holding an exhibition for Richard Cartwright from 28 February - 16 March Richard Cartwright was born in 1951, studied at Goldsmith's College School of Art, and now lives and works in Bristol. Richard believes painting to be a journey that reflects the elasticity and mystery of life. He paints what we hold inwardly in our mind’s eye: a landscape, an image offering solace, reflection and stillness amidst a fast-paced contemporary life-style. The effect on one is like…

Chariots of Fire

3rd March at 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Bristol Film Festival is delighted to return to Bristol Cathedral for its 2018 Spring Season with this screening of the inspirational historical drama Chariots Of Fire, based on the true story of athletes Eric Liddell and Harold Abrahams as they trained for the 1924 Paris Olympics. On 3 March, enjoy welcome drinks and live music on arrival, then watch the film in the atmospheric setting of Bristol Cathedral’s nave – it’s sure to be a night to remember. When: 3 March,…

City of Bristol Choir

3rd March at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

  The City of Bristol Choir are holding a celebratory concert marking the 100th birthday of one of America’s greatest conductors and composers, Leonard Bernstein, with a performance of his Chichester Psalms for choir, organ, harp and percussion. On 3 March, 7:30pm at All Saints' Church The City of Bristol Choir will be conducted by David Ogden. When: Saturday 3 March at 7.30pm Where: All Saints’ Church, Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3ED Tickets: £15 for adults, £5 for students and under…

Funzing Talk – The Ancient Art of Lucid Dreaming

7th March at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Funzing Talks are here to re-invent your evenings, creating an exciting alternative to having a drink in your local pub or bar. Funzing Talks pull together an impressive array of leading entrepreneurs, intellectuals, bright thinkers and incredible individuals to inspire your evenings and expand your mind. In the ancient world, many cultures built temples dedicated to healing through sleep and sacred dreams. Elaborate systems of fasting, dedication, ritual drama, invocation and dream interpretation remained commonplace for many thousands of years.…

Hormone Yoga Therapy Workshop

10th March at 8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Hormone Yoga Therapy is a natural and holistic approach to reactivate hormone production. It helps to manage the symptoms of menopause, but also PMS, PCOS, painful periods, infrequent periods, insomnia, hypothyroidism and more.   Yogafurie is holding a one-day intensive Hormone Yoga Therapy Workshop on 10 March at 8:30am – 5:30pm.   When: 10 March, 8:30am – 5:30pm Where: Yogafurie, BS7 9DD   Visit: www.hormoneyogatherapy.co.uk

Organ Elevenses

10th March at 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Organist Richard Pilliner gives this month's popular Organ Elevenses recital at Westbury-on-Trym Parish Church. Coffee and cakes will be served from 10.30am and the 40-minute recital gets under way at 11am with a large-screen projection of the organist. When: Saturday 10 March, 10.30am Where: Holy Trinity Church, Church Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol BS9 3EQ Suggested donation £5 on the door in aid of the Organ Fund, registered charity 1128488

Bristol Choral Society and Bristol Youth Choir conducted by Hilary Campbell

10th March at 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

The wheel of fate spins and all human life whirls past, full of hope and despair, ribaldry and playfulness, amorous intent and wide-eyed delight in the natural world. Little wonder that the collection of poems Carmina Burana transfixed Carl Orff who set 24 of them in a kaleidescopic cantata that became an instant hit. ‘Everything I have written to date can be destroyed’ he told his publisher. ‘With Carmina Burana my collected works begins’. Cut down to size in a…

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