The StationRelax. Get support. Get creative. The Station is Bristol's Central Youth Hub. We are open to all young people and offer a place to relax, get advice and support, and explore your interests and talents. It’s a supportive and creative environment where you can express yourself freely. And for any problem, no matter how big or small, we're here to help. Some of the top youth organisations in the South West are here under the same roof, giving you a wide choice of services and things to do. The Station is open Mon-Fri from 9am - 10pm and Sat from 11am-5pm. Want to talk to someone before coming to The Station? Give us a ring or drop us a line: Telephone: 0117 947 7948Email: [email protected] Events Arts and music events Exhibition: I Am Rising About We're very excited to start the new year with an exhibition from Rising Arts - a social enterprise co-created with young people for those 16-25 year old visual artists, film makers, illustrators and others who are keen to work in the creative sector. It's an incubator for young talent, offering platforms to showcase work, creative leadership training and mentoring support. This January, six Associate Artists working with Rising Arts are exhibiting their work at The Station's gallery space. We've had a lovely launch event on 19th January and you can see parts of it below. Feel free to come in and have a look when you can and if you'd like to get in touch with one of the artists, we can make it happen for you. Details When? 19th - 27th January Where? The Station Time? Our exhibition space is open from 10am-4pm How much? Free entry Should I book? No need to book, come in and enjoy the art The artists Find out more about the six Associate Artists who are exhibiting on the Rising Arts website, Facebook page and Twitter. Cai Burton Cai Burton creates detailed and intricate line drawings. His work is surreal with an emphasis on different patterns and marks. Sophie Malpas Sophie Malpas is a young artist living and working in the South West, graduating from Falmouth University in 2015. Working in film, printmaking and zines, she creates pop-tastic agitprop investigating the seductive world of the Internet, the edible, the kitsch, the queer and the sparkly. Christina Marie Ashmole Christina Marie Ashmole explores the idea of transnationalism, place, and identity. Emma Blake Morsi Emma Blake Morsi is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Nocturnal, a youth-led interactive magazine using the Arts to creatively address social and cultural issues. Jasmine Thompson Jasmine Thompson is a Bristol-based illustrator, writer, and designer. She's experienced in reportage illustration and a graphic novelist, and currently works as a content creator for Rife Magazine. Laura Waite Laura is an artist, curator and facilitator. She engages families, children and service users within the mental health and homeless pathways in creative projects. Want to find out more about creative opportunities available? Check out our Creative courses, Careers courses and Arts and music events. Booking for this event has now closed.