Harbourside Arts Night
Date: Friday 4 May, 5pm - 'till late
Location: Arnolfini, Picture This, Spike Island, Works Projects, Bristol Diving School
The opening of Jimmy Robert’s exhibition at Picture This is one part of the Harbourside Arts Night, kicking off the May Bank Holiday weekend with an evening of new art at five nearby organisations.
Other previews include Superpower: Africa in Science Fictionat Arnolfini; Spike Island Open; Magnus Quaife, 1968 and Other Myths at Works|Projects; and an exhibition at Bristol Diving School.
Travel between Arnolfini and Spike Island with the Bristol Ferry Boat Company who run a shuttle service until 9pm. The journey takes about 10 minutes each way and the boats stop outside of Arnolfini and near the SS Great Britain. Picture This, Spike Island, Works|Projects and Bristol Diving School are a short walk from there. Tickets are £2 single or £3 return.
Harbourside Arts Night schedule:
Arnolfini, Superpower:?Africa In Science Fiction preview
Picture This, Jimmy Robert,? consensus rouge noir (Bristol) preview
Spike Island Open preview
Works|Projects, Magnus Quaife,?1968 and Other Myths preview
9pm till late
Party in Spike Café
featuring LES FOUQUETS, an expanded performance version of Mark Aerial Waller's Superpower - Dakar Chapter
Visit Picture This:
Mardyke Ferry Road
Picture This Studio and Video Shop
Friday 4 May 2012, 6-9pm
Lucy Reynolds, writer and independent film programmer, in conversation with Jimmy Robert about his latest work, consensus rouge noir (Bristol).