We welcome applications from all kinds of sellers and are particularly interested in showcasing the work of local makers, artists and craftspeople. Read more
We support young Afghan refugees to make a life here. Many are devastated by what they are seeing happen in their country, to their friends and families. Our thoughts are with them all and we will continue to welcome all those who seek refuge in our city. Read more
Qezz has been working with young carers on a visual series for our project A tonne of feathers. Here she explores the themes that have come up and how we used creativity for social action. Read more
Creative Youth Network helps young people, no matter what their background or circumstances, to reach their own potential.
At Creative Youth Network, we run a variety of youth services and centres across Bristol and South Gloucestershire. Whether you're a young carer, a refugee / asylum seeker or want your voice to be heard, there's a youth session for you!
Creative Youth Network’s aim is to make sure young people can express themselves and be heard, so that they can influence the decisions that affect them, within our organisation as well as wider society.
We provide support for emerging young artists, musicians, performers and creatives aged 16-25 years old, empowering the next generation of great artists from all backgrounds.
Here you can learn about our Creative Youth Workers, a unique role that bridges the gap between youth services and creative delivery. Creative activities are transformative and provide young people with an engaging outlet, the chance to share their experiences, and discuss topics that are affecting them.
More Than A Month is an exhibition celebrating and sharing the work of six young Black artists from Bristol for Black History Month.
With artwork exploring race, heritage and ethnicity as well as opening up the conversation that Black artists deserve more than a month to exhibit and share their work, and that the teaching and celebration of Black history should be done so all year, every year. Read more
Zed is a multi-disciplined artist primarily making wall murals, commissioned street art, and even clothing. In September 2022 he used the gallery space to show off some old works and newly produced pieces, as well as a new mural. Check out some of his work online.
An exhibition by Tom Whitson documenting the Police Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill (Kill the Bill) protests.
Featuring interview with the artist Read more
Online Exhibition from our Spring 2022 Photography Course for 16-25-year-olds. The young people took many pictures of the street art and candids of regular people showcasing what they learned in the course, such as depth of field and motion capture. Read more
Want to write your own songs? This course is all about experimenting with your voice and song writing in a creative way, having fun, and learning something new to make you feel inspired.
Autumn Term | Wednesday 17th January - Wednesday 27th March, 5pm-7pm (no session during half term)
Kingswood Estate, Britannia Road, BS15 8DB Read more