Archive for November, 2010

EVICTION of Classics Free Shop & Emporium Art Gallery

November 18, 2010

If you are not already aware, then now you will be:-

2 vital community resources are currently under threat of Eviction in Bristol’s most vibrant , political and ceative hub. These are Classics Free Shopand Emporium Art Gallery, 35 – 37 Stokes Croft. The latter has provided exhibitions for a very broard spectrum including: The Somalian Youth Project, Big Issue, Burning Candy Crew, Amnesty International and of course Dale VN Marshall’s ROOM 101 to name but a few.  Whilst the former also a Non Profit based organisation offers a range of  Clothing, Household Goods and Books all for free to the  Community, Local Homeless Charities are now reffering their clients to the shop. When you consider the welfare cuts now taking place as well as funding being slashed in the Arts, these buildings are providing an even more vital service than ever.

Click the link below for the full press release, look out for the petitions, get involved!

35&37 Stokes Croft Press Release

Pam Glew “CIRCUS” solo show, 26 Nov – 2 Dec 2010

November 10, 2010

Exciting news. Pam Glew’s long awaited second London solo show is coming to town. Eddie Lock and Death by Daylight will present the ‘Circus’ exhibition at Red Bull Studios. The exhibition will showcase 15 brand new pieces. This is Pams most iconic series of work to date and includes European flags, a ‘love series’ made from deconstructed stars & stripes and new distinctive portraits of cult figures.

Red Bull Studios • 155-171 Tooley Street • London • SE1 2JP

Nearest tube London Bridge

Friday 26 November – Thursday 2 December

Opening hours 11-7 weekdays • Sat 10-5pm • Sun 12-5pm Works available from