Projects which enhance communities through visual arts, performance and music
Achievements in the arts
- Promoted the arts through achieving Key Arts Provider status from Bristol City Council and delivering a programme of live music events that has received coverage in NME and The Independent on Sunday
- Increased our annual footfall from 15,000 in 2009 to over 25,000 in 2011, through provision of activities and improvements to space
- Brought the community together in positive cultural interaction through our annual fireworks and garden parties, attracting a combined attendance of over 2,500 people in 2011
May 2012-Mar 2014 free music sessions for young people aged 13-21 exploring music production, vocals, recording, guitar and more
Are you a young person interested in music? Would you like to meet new people, learn new skills, get to where you want to be?
We will be running open sessions and workshops for young people every week.
As part of the sessions, you will also be able to work towards gaining a Rock School accreditation.
Our sessions are all FREE and you don't need to have any previous music training - all you need is an interest! Sessions can cover vocals, guitar, drumming, music production, recording and more. We want to work with what's right for you.
If you want to get involved, or would just like to arrange a visit to find out more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org call 0117 935 1200 or pop into the Trinity Office.
Arts Council funded project working with local people to share stories and create artwork together
Visual and performing arts project exploring the theme "bridges"
A programme of accessible arts workshops using spoken word, creative writing, performing and visual arts, to draw out personal stories of local people.
We will use the arts to build bridges between communities and celebrate the rich cultural diversity of inner-city Bristol.
The project will culminate in a final performance event at the start of 2013, inspired and adapted from works produced by participants throughout 2012.
We want everyone to get involved. If you are a community group, individual or artist interested in the project, please contact email@example.com to register your interest.
Volunteer-led, not-for-profit arts cafe, workshop and exhibition space along the historic high street of Old Market
Arts West Side provides a valuable resource for local artists to develop and show their work, and as a place for local people to come together