Join us for "So far" - an exhibition of new work from emerging artists Calum McCutcheon, Lucia Harry, Sophia Harari and Ryan Convery-Moroney.

The Station, Silver Street, BS1 2AG

14th - 17th October

Wednesday 14th & Thursday 15th - 10am - 6pm

Friday 16th - 10am - 5pm

Saturday 17th - 11am - 2pm  

Live performance, sound, visual arts and installations.

Please book your free ticket below. Your can book a 45 min slot to come and visit the exhibition. Every hour we won't have more than 6 people visiting at the same time, to ensure social distancing is adhered to. Your health and safety is our priority. Please check our Covid Guidance before attending this exhibition.  




Ryan Convery-Moroney

A portrait and documentary photographer based in Bristol. Interested in social structure, psychogeography, spatial practices and the multifaceted use of urban space. Ryan’s commissioned work through Creative Futures is an insight into the workings of Bristol’s green grocers, Pawson’s, through photography, sound and installation, Ryan has captured the essence and interconnections between the people and the communities and the visual representations of characters that meet in this shop

Lucia Harry

Lucia is a multimedia graphic designer. Through graphic design, she communicates in a creative and dynamic way, to amplify her voice, and express what really matters to her. The work that Lucia has created and will be sharing in SO FAR, is an exploration through her lineage and heritage through archived footage, images, textures and sound.

Calum McCutcheon

“I see my art as a tool.

I use it as a platform for self-reflection; to manage and understand my mental health.

I think it’s what I need to do to help myself.

I see the work I make as a by-product of an internal dialogue with a deeper sense of self.

I use it to create experiences and learn from.

I make my work for myself.”

Calum’s performative and playful style of work creates processes, objects and spaces for himself and others. By making, Calum’s work creates a world within itself where creating is the meditation. With SO FAR, Calum will be exhibiting an installation created from objects made throughout this six month residency.

Sophia Harari

Sophia is a writer and musician creating content surrounding identity and self-expression. By doing so, Sophia engages in dialogues surrounding perspective, lineage and the marginalised experience.

Eclecticism and Intersectionality are essential to her work. Through poetry, essays, modelling, music and journalism she attempts to explore the same story, her story, using various methods of storytelling.  

A result of diversified mediums is diversified understanding.

Sophia’s installation as part of SO FAR takes you on a journey of her and her self. A live performance by Sophia will take place daily throughout the exhbitioon at the following times:

Wednesday - Thursday: 1 - 2pm, 3 - 4pm, 5 - 6pm (excluding Friday)

Watch the video link in the above banner to hear from the artists themselves about them and their work. 

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