Pick of the Week: Stencilling in Stockwood
Find out what’s on Rife Guide this week, including an opportunity to get arty and bring a bit of brightness to an unloved area of Stockwood.
As part of Bristol’s year as European Green Capital, there are arty projects going on all over town to brighten up parts of the city which need a bit of love. This week, on Wednesday and Thursday, Hollway Road Carpark in Stockwood is going to get a much-needed makeover, and it’s up to us citizens of Bristol to get it looking as good as it can.
So, whether you’re a passionate amateur in the art world or a seasoned professional with an Instagram account dedicated to your work, what could be better than chilling out in the afternoon with a paintbrush in your hand? With a bit of practice, who knows, you could be Bristol’s next graffiti superstar – move over Sepr.
There’s no need to book and it doesn’t cost any money – just come along to the carpark during the daytime on Wednesday or Thursday. Full details, including the address, can be found here, on the Rife Guide.
Planning to go to this? Want to show off some of your amazing art beforehand? Tweet us your pictures, tag us on Facebook or Instagram or march into the office with your portfolio – go on, you know you want to.
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