Archive for the ‘Creativity’ Category

Bristol Takes UK’s ‘Most Musical City’ Title

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

(Posted on Mar 15th 2010 4:26AM by Andrew Kerr at

Bristol has been crowned the UK’s “most musical city” in a survey conducted by the Performing Right Society (P.R.S.).

Research compiled from the society’s database of 65,000 members showed the city has the most musicians per head of population.

Cardiff, Wakefield, Glasgow and Cheltenham rounded off the top five while London failed to reach the top ten, coming in at 26th despite having the highest concentration of musicians in Britain.

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LoveBristol Affordable Art Sale

Sunday, May 24th, 2009

You’re invited to join us for the LoveBristol Affordable Art Sale

Where: Kuvuka Cafe, 112 Stokes Croft, Bristol
When: Monday 25 May – Friday 30 May, 2009. 9am – 6pm
What: Brialliant art priced between £10 – £50
Why: To raise money for the LoveBristol Charity (more…)

The Croft gets an urban makeover

Monday, September 15th, 2008

What used to be The Croft on Stokes Croft – a club for great indie music and drinks, is being transformed. We don’t know whether they’ve been bought out or what’s going on, but they’ve commissioned Bristol graffiti artist SEPR to do a complete custom job on the front, and it’s looking great.

‘Reverse Graffiti’ – Clean street art?

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008

via Inhabitat

Leeds Graffiti artist “Moose” did something a bit different – instead of using spraypaint, stencils and other typical tools of the graffiti trade, he’s switched to a high-powered grime-cleaner. And it seems to achieve the same effect– beautifully contrasted images on public walls and buildings. But the Leeds Council charged him under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act… even though, technically, he was cleaning the walls.

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LoveBristol + PRSC on Stokes Croft

Sunday, November 18th, 2007

Westmoreland HouseYesterday a bunch of us went out to help PRSC beautify Stokes Croft a bit further. Chris brought a bunch of pre-cut paintings that were to be fitted into the arched windows (pictured) of Westmoreland House on the corner of Ashley Rd & Stokes Croft. Some of us painted the rubbish bins yellow (2 coats for posterity) and others painted the wooden barriers white at the opening of Ashley Rd (where all that patchouli smell is coming from).