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BABE 2017 Blog post # 2 - Imi Maufe

In the run up to the sixth Bristol Artists Book Event at Arnolfini, stallholder Imi Maufe tells us a bit about her work.
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BABE 2017 Blog post # 1 - Nancy Campbell

In the first of our BABE 2017 blog posts, Polar Tombola creator Nancy Campbell tells us a bit about her work.
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Wall - Mary Paterson

Our Art Writer's Programme writer-in-residence Mary Paterson tells us about the text she's started writing on the walls of our basement.
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Site Singing

The Stage (Working Title) now in Gallery 1 for our Spring Season offers space and apparatus for performance, gathering, idling and discussion. This week on The Stage we can enjoy the live debut of Ellen Southern's vocal field-recording based project, Site Singing.
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Book Club Reviews

Becky Lees, Arnolfini Bookshop Assistant, reviews 'Swimming Home' by Deborah Levy, which was discussed in January with the Arnolfini Book Club...
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'Hello Copper Heads'

For the 8th instalment of Dune Series we'll get to hear the sounds of records made from copper, stone and clay brought to us by a set from Copper Sounds, an open-source, experimental Record Label and Manufacturer. We sent a few questions to founder Isaac Stacey to learn a little more about them...
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Join Young Arnolfini!

Be Part of Young Arnolfini and create ambitious art projects with other young people from across the city. Are you interested in experimental and ambitious art-making? What about co-operative creative discussion and working with other people from across Bristol? Arnolfini are looking for enthusiastic artists and writers aged 16-21 to become part of the Young Arnolfini collective.
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Shezad Dawood: Listen Again

If you missed Shezad Dawood's talk, here's an opportunity to listen again. This talk was part of the Art in the City lecture series organised by Arnolfini, Bristol City Council, and the University of the West of England.
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Is No

In our foyer spaces this season you will find archival displays of three key performance pieces which took place at Arnolfini in the 1970s and 80s. Assistant Curator (Archive) Phil Owen tells us more about Alastair MacLennan's performance of 'Is No'...
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Stand Up, Stand Out

IBT17 Bristol International Festival consistently moves the benchmark higher and this year is no exception. With just a few weeks to go, Helen Cole, Artistic Director & CEO of In Between Time gives us a flavour of what's to come...