A collection of Bristol’s cultural organisations have teamed up to launch Bristol Arts Channel, presenting content “Together Online”.
A collection of Bristol’s cultural organisations today announced the launch of The Bristol Arts Channel which will present a programme of online arts experiences for audiences missing the buzz and community of Bristol’s vibrant arts scene. Bristol Arts Channel launches with a pilot season from 29 May until 30 June, in collaboration with The Space and Bristol & Bath Creative R&D.
We’ve been working with partners Watershed, Bristol Old Vic, Colston Hall, St Pauls Carnival, Trinity, St George’s Bristol, MAYK, Arnolfini, Paraorchestra & Friends and Bristol Museums, to present a pilot programme of work. This will feature streamed performances, live and on demand, interactive events, carnivalesque experiments, virtual tours, playful zoom experiences, lockdown lullabies, online exhibitions and mini-festivals, all curated by Bristol’s cultural organisations to give audiences moments of togetherness from the comfort of their own homes.
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