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What is (wo)man in me? Edson Burton explains ...

This Thursday Come the Revolution present (wo)man in me. We caught up with Edson Burton to get the low down on what to expect from the night.
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Autumn Season - Public programme

This week our Autumn Season of artist talks, film screenings, Late openings, performances, and music events kick off. Delve deeper into the Grayson Perry exhibition and explore the ideas at its heart with this programme of exciting events. Tickets are on sale now.
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The ¿Qué onda? Moment

Dr. David Glowacki - Scientist, author, philosopher, and inventor discusses process that led to Hidden Fields.
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Lizelle Bisschoff on Superpower: Africa in Science Fiction

Lizelle Bisschoff, Professor of Contemporary African Cinema at the University of Edinburgh discusses Superpower: Africa in Science Fiction.
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Home Ornaments

What is your most treasured home ornament and why? We invite you to draw, write about or sculpt your favourite home ornament and add to our Reading Room display.
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Katrina Naomi - Poetry in Progress

Our Emotional Archaeology writer-in-residence Katrina Naomi shares some work-in-progress.
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Keith Harrison - Listen Again

If you missed Keith Harrisons's talk about his interdisciplinary, collaborative practice then please take the opportunity to listen again. This talk was part of Art in the City a series organised by Arnolfini, Bristol City Council, Spike Island and the University of the West of England.
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Ballast Seed Garden artist, Maria Thereza Alves wins prestigious award

Brazilian artist Maria Thereza Alves has been named winner of The New School's 2016-2018 Vera List Center Prize for Art and Politics by an international jury of artists, curators and scholars.
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Listen Again: Daphne Wright & Phyllida Barlow in Conversation

Catch up with last weeks' In Conversation with Daphne Wright and Phyllida Barlow as they discuss their approaches to sculpture and more.
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Homeless but not hopeless: that is the Christmas message

Arnolfini will host an event from Art4Change in the auditorium during the week running up to Christmas. They will be exploring issues surrounding homelessness using an interactive sculpture. We asked project founders Mark and Frankie some questions about the project.