East St, North St, West St, BS3 1TF
Over 165 Artists, Makers, Musicians & Performers participating in this year’s Trail in almost 70 venues, all within a half mile radius.
Looks set to be the biggest and hopefully best week-end in the events 13 year history!
The abundance of talent on show this year is a fantastic reflection on our creative City and the list of participants reads like a contemporary craft exhibition and fine art fair rolled into one.
Artwork for sale and commission.
Amongst those exhibiting we have at least 5 Shaun the sheep Artists (Ruth Broadway-Print, Katie Wallis-Textiles, Emily Ketteringham-Print, Stu Low-Glass, Vicki Harrison-Paper Village) ,a Perrier Jouet Arts Salon Nominee (Anna Gravelle-Textiles) a Craft & Design Selected Marker Award Winner (Alex McCarthy-Ceramics).
Workshops at the Thali cafe from the consistantly brilliant "LETS MAKE ART" team. Music from The Gasworks Singers and Chango Music Drumming Workshop. (Chango on Sunday-Marks Bread 11am, Tob Fact. 12.30, Southbank Club 3pm)
We're also delighted to host the intriguing Paintstripper Monologues, where you have the chance to meet Vincent van Gogh and other famous artists face to face.
6 Craft Artists from the UK Crafts Council HotHouse Maker Development Programme.
Artists in an exceptionally broad range of disciplines including Fine Art, Glass, Ceramics, Textiles, Jewellery, Photography, Print, Fashion and Furniture.
Other names who form the backbone of the Bristol Art scene include Susan Taylor, Susie Brooks, Hannah Broadway, Emily Ketteringham, Stuart Low, Alice Shields, and last but not least Upfest.