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.
Dorcas Casey is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Jamaica Street Studios in Bristol.
Megan likes to make fun/ny projects with people. She makes intergenerational art projects in the public realm, and celebrates the good and excellent in human nature, to create sincerely feel good art. Megan doesn’t make very serious art, but she is very serious about making art that connects people together.
Josh Adam Jones is British artist and photographer whose work often centres around stories of misrepresented places and the people who live there. From ageing Irish populations in British towns and cities to the expatriate communities of Oman, Josh hopes to facilitate conversations about identity, home and interculturalism through his work. In his most recent ongoing series (Sometimes A Silence Will Cut Through Sounds), Josh explores the therapeutic applications of photography in response to his Grandfather passing away and a family history of mental health problems.
Bricks has ambitious plans for a step change in Bristol’s arts ecology, creative and community infrastructure.
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 brining in contributors from within and without the creative relam. A new episode is coming out every two weeks until mid…
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.
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.