Join us at Arnolfini to celebrate the premiere of Speakerbox, a collaborative film project between artists Rob Mitchell, Shawn Sobers and young people from Full Circle @Docklands aged 8-13 in response to John Akomfrah’s Vertigo Sea.
The event will take place between 2pm and 4pm on Sunday April 10th 2016.
Shawn Sobers is a filmmaker, photographer, writer and lecturer.
Rob Mitchell has worked as a creative media producer of film, video and various media.
In 1999, Shawn and Rob worked together to form Firstborn Creatives, an independent production company for broadcast television, which has since established a strong reputation for using creative media to educate, entertain and give people a platform for creative expression.
When? Sunday 10th of April 2016
Where do we meet? There will also be a gathering outside Docklands Youth Centre at 2.30pm. We will walk together to Arnolfini where the film is shown and where there will be a celebration at 3.30pm, finishing at 4pm.
In honour of the Bristol West Indian Parents and Friends Association
The St Pauls Carnival is one of the longuest established Caribbean style Carnivals in the United Kingdom and 2018 will mark its 50th Anniversary.
In June 2015, Iconic Black Bristolians in partnership with 121 Creatives will be launching the first of our Summer Artival Exhibitions and will introduce The Seven Saints of St. Pauls, who are the seven founders of the St. Pauls Festival.
The free exhibition, running from the 29th of June to the 4th of July, will include illustrated portraits with accompanying biographies and will be the launch of The Seven Saints of St Pauls Heritage Mural Initiative.
The Seven Saints of St. Pauls Heritage Mural Initiative is a two-year project, which will see the erection of seven murals painted in the St. Pauls area of Bristol to celebrate the achievements of some of our key members of the African Caribbean diaspora in Bristol; The seven saints of St. Pauls.
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