Venue: 16 Narrow Quay

Events

The Space to Come | How Do You Feel?

Join Arnolfini for a day of intimate and interactive events, inviting visitors to explore the work featured in the current Frank Bowling |Land of Many...

Not the Same Poet but always an Artist

Ian Breakwell

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Grey Areas | Jessie Edwards Thomas

Jessie Edwards-Thomas has co-designed and co-produced Grey Areas, a photographic dialogue with five individuals with complex needs who are currently within or have experienced the...

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Coming up for Air – Stephen Gill: A Retrospective

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Cinema Rediscovered | Who was William Friese-Greene?

Cinema Rediscovered | The Open Road (1926) With Live Music

In the summer of 1924 pioneer cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene set out from Cornwall with the aim of recording life on the road across the South...

Cinema Rediscovered | The Magic Box (1951)

The life story of Bristol-born inventor and early pioneer in cinema William Friese-Greene is told in The Magic Box, which was made for the Festival of Britain 70 years...

Creativeshiftcic | Adult Creative Wellbeing Workshops

CreativeShiftcic bring their creative wellbeing practices to Arnolfini, inviting anyone to take some time out for themselves to be creative in a relaxed and friendly...

Frank Bowling | Feeling Guide

Our How Do You Feel? guide encourages you to experience Frank Bowling’s exhibition through your senses, feelings, imagination and memories. There is no right or...

South West Silents | The Eagle (1925)

Based on the novel “Dubrovsky” by Alexander Pushkin the great silent-era sex symbol Rudolph Valentino departs from his onscreen persona of a Latin lover and...

South West Silents | The Kid (1921)

Marking 100 years since its initial release, The Kid (1921) tells the story of Charlie Chaplin’s loveable Tramp character as he battles on the streets...