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  • Folk Craft with Madame Ceski. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 12.09.22

    Madame Ceski (Francesca Simmons) is an artist with a special interest in folk and craft traditions, and in this podcast she explores these questions through the lens of how we busied ourselves during lockdown. Through interviews with those who discovered a new found hobby or passion during the pandemic, and with a focus on Francesca’s current work exploring using touch to create sound within craft mediums, we look at the surprising things that happen when people ‘have a go’, & how taking part allows us to reconnect with ourselves & immediate environment.

  • Demostage

    Events | 12.09.22

    Wednesday 07 Dec, 6pm – 8pm, Free, St Anne’s House What is Demostage?  Demostage is an informal, temporary space for new ideas. Open to people who make creative projects of any kind (think theatre, music, games, sound, whatever), the event encourages collaboration, sharing and critical discourse.Presenters have five…

  • Sound Henge with Madame Ceski

    Events | 08.11.22

    We are thrilled to share that local experimental musical artist Madame Ceski (Francesca Simmons) is working on a life-sized stone circle sound installation here at St Anne’s House. Step inside the circle to be enveloped in a ritual soundscape and touch the tactile stones to trigger sounds, in this transformative…

  • Top floor workspace

    Opportunities | 04.10.22

    Looking for an airy and spacious work environment for your organisation to call home?    St Anne’s House (SAH) is opening up a large top floor space for rental and we are inviting proposals for use of the space – bring your community to our community. Deadline for proposals: 28…

  • The Big Draw Festival 2022 – Urban Nature – Drawn In St Annes

    Workshops | 02.09.22

    Every Wednesday throughout October, 2pm – 4pm, St Anne’s House, free. The Autumn Season naturally lends itself to warm, bright vibrant colours. For a couple of hours you are welcome to draw, paint, cut, and paste as fast as you are able, on some paper, on the floor, but mainly…

  • Creativity for Well-being

    Workshops | 01.09.22

    Mondays, 12 Sept – 05 Dec, 11am – 1pm, St Anne’s House, 10 week free course. Come along and get creative for 12 weeks with artist Rachel Toon. Who can join? The free sessions are dedicated to those who are experiencing a challenging time in their lives. The…

  • St Anne’s Stories. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 09.08.22

    Dr Myles-Jay Linton, figurative artist, psychologist and academic, has created a new neon artwork for the Moxy Bristol hotel lobby’s library area. This podcast explores his development of the commission through conversations with friends and colleagues about the artwork. It talks through the process of what began as a digital line drawing, which then became a physical neon artwork through partnership with signmakers Cabot Neon. The piece, and the conversations around it, reflect on practices of repetition, persistence and perseverance.

  • One year at St Anne’s House!

    St Anne's House | 12.09.22

    It’s been an exciting year of activity, creativity, community and decorating here at St Anne’s House. As we enter our second year of being in the old Council Building in St Anne’s, we want to share back with you the key milestones and projects from across the year! 2021-2022 We…

  • The Laboratory of Not Knowing – Press Play Residency

    Exhibition | 12.07.22

    Saturday 23 July, 5 – 8pm During July, the artists of Press Play are arriving to St Anne’s House! To work on a residency in which they will interrogate their current creative thinking through collective exploration. They will be responding to this space, both individually and collaboratively, playing with…

  • Our Plant Neighbours, Roseneath Gardens. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 12.09.22

    Dr Myles-Jay Linton, figurative artist, psychologist and academic, has created a new neon artwork for the Moxy Bristol hotel lobby’s library area. This podcast explores his development of the commission through conversations with friends and colleagues about the artwork. It talks through the process of what began as a digital line drawing, which then became a physical neon artwork through partnership with signmakers Cabot Neon. The piece, and the conversations around it, reflect on practices of repetition, persistence and perseverance.