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Bricks is a charity with the mission to support local, creative and social enterprise communities thrive in Bristol.

We believe in the civic role of artists and that through collaboration we can have a strong collective voice for inclusive growth in the city.

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Featured Artists

  • Cliff Andrade

    Home Cliff studied BA Communication Design at the prestigious Glasgow School of Art, graduating first class with honours, before studying for a Masters in Print at the Royal College of Art, where he was the Tony Snowdon Scholar for 2018-2020. He also holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics and Politics…

  • Anna Haydock-Wilson

    Home Anna Haydock-Wilson is an artist, filmmaker and producer, specialising in arts activities and events within communities. Her work brings people together, explores social and environmental realities, delights in creative processes and helps to amplify the voices of lesser heard people. Most of her…

  • Finn Dovey

    Finn Dovey is a Bristol based artist and writer, attempting to unpick the postindustrial landscape through ethnographic research, digital archaeology and 3D localities.

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Our Projects

  • Podcasts

    Artist Development

    As part of Bricks Artist Programme we are commissioning a series of podcasts, in each episode a different artist takes the lead exploring a subject of their choice bringing in contributors from within and without the creative realm. A new episode is coming out every two weeks until mid…

  • St Annes

    Community Led Creative, Cultural Infrastructure

    Bricks are working with the St Anne’s community to identify activities, groups and a building which they would like to see reach full, creative potential for use by the community.

  • Roseneath Gardens, Stoke Gifford

    Public Art

    Bricks has been commissioned to write and deliver the public art programme for Roseneath Gardens, Stoke Gifford, South Gloucestershire. This project takes at its starting point the natural resources of the area to engage communities in the food, pigments and landscape available to them.