Portraits in Print
2 May - 10 July 2022
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Playful, expressive and powerful, these prints reveal that everyone has a story to tell and something valuable to share about themselves. Not only are there collographs and monoprints, but also takuhon prints: paper impressions of textural objects that are gently inked.
Behind the prints are the creative individuals who attend Bristol Community Links Services (BCL) in South and North Bristol. Printmaker Amy Hutchings supported the attendees to create bold new artworks during a series of facilitated print workshops over several months.
This exhibition runs alongside our major exhibition, Me, Myself, I: Artists' Self Portraits (ticketed). Entrance to the Cafe, Family Activity Space and Kenny Gallery are free. This exhibition can be accessed without an exhibition ticket.
Image: Lee (BCL South)
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a national touring exhibition curated for the Arts Council Collection by Turner Prize-winning artist and cultural activist Lubaina Himid CBE.
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