Creative space for the Hive Exhibition in Bristol

Hive

Rosanna Tasker creates her vision of a shared creative space for the Hive Exhibition in Bristol.

The event begins on April 7th and involves a range of artists who currently occupy space within Hamilton House. They've been asked to contribute work that expresses their own vision of the building as a shared creative space or 'Hive', with the show intending to celebrate and highlight the cultural and creative significance of these buildings in order to ensure a place for them in the future. Rosanna explains, "Hamilton House is an iconic building in Bristol run by Coexist (a non-profit organisation) and is full of studios and event spaces hosting almost 400 tenants from a variety of artistic disciplines and backgrounds. It is currently under threat of being sold by the building owner, which would be a huge loss as this building has played a large part in shaping the local area and Bristol as a whole into such a vibrant, artistic community. Hamilton House is a very precious place to me, so for my illustration I wanted to get across a feeling of safety and creativity as well as addressing themes of community, growth and vitality." Find out more information here.

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