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  • St Anne’s House

    Artist Development, Community Led Creative, Cultural Infrastructure

    Welcome to St Anne’s House! A hub of opportunities & creative spaces for artists & local residents. The venue is home to artists, collectives, companies, charities, therapies, theatres, galleries & a gym. Our mission in fostering the building in East Bristol is to serve the local community by up-cycling the…

  • Public Art & Creative Infrastructure Producing

    Cultural Infrastructure, Public Art

    Bricks Public Art Producers support land developers to connect with local and creative communities, through the delivery of bespoke and locally lead public art programmes. With a strong grounding in planning and community engagement alongside a high quality artist network, our approach is to facilitate a creative and collaborative process…

  • Bricks Young Creatives

    Community Led Creative

    Masterclasses for 16-20 yo’s Are you ready to explore your creative curiosity? Bricks Young Creatives is a series of Masterclasses dedicated to the young people of St Anne’s & surrounding areas in Bristol. You will have the opportunity to be part of intimate workshops with local artists, as you…

  • Curio

    Artist Development

    Curio is a project curated by artist Ben Hartley, resident in St Annes House studio. Curio is a project space in a repurposed museum vitrine, located in the reception area of St Anne’s House. Curio hosts rolling monthly exhibitions by studio residents and artists in the Bricks network. Providing…

  • 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.

  • RELAY

    Artist Development, Cultural Infrastructure

    RELAY is Bricks’ project space for artists to explore new work & develop ideas. The space is on the ground floor of St Anne’s House and supports artists in Bristol by providing a place for research & development, bringing work to new audiences, providing opportunities for exchange and collaboration.

  • Moxy, St Paul’s

    Public Art

    Bricks has been commissioned to write and deliver a public art programme for the new Moxy Hotel development in St Pauls, Bristol.

  • Look & Learn

    Artist Development, Community Led Creative

    June 2021 Look & Learn was a free short series of lens-based workshops facilitated by UWE Bristol Photography student Josh Adam Jones & Alesha Hickmans. The sessions were across two weekends & centred around themes of community, place-making…

  • Podcasts

    Artist Development

    As part of the Bricks Artist Programme, we commissioned a series of six podcasts. Each with a different artist taking the lead to explore a subject of their choice. The lead artists bring in contributors from both within and outside of the creative realm to explore the themes through a…

  • Trinity Academy, Lockleaze

    Public Art

    Bricks has been commissioned to deliver a public art programme for the new Trinity Academy secondary school in Lockleaze, Bristol.

  • Bricks Artist Programme

    Artist Development

    Bricks Artist Programme began as an initiative to support visual artists in and around Bristol. The programme featured a network of peer-to-peer mentoring and learning, skill sharing and critical thinking. As generosity and care is at the heart of our programme; our aim was to build a community of support…

  • Artist Talks

    Artist Development

    In 2020 we ran an artist talk series on Wednesday lunchtimes for artists to share their practice with each other and the wider community as part of Bricks Artist Programme. Check out the recordings of previous talks below or for more videos see our…

  • St Gabriel’s Court, Easton

    Public Art

    Bricks has been commissioned to deliver a public art programme for the new residential and commercial development at St Gabriel's Court in Easton, Bristol.

  • St Anne’s (2019/20) Creative Community Mapping

    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.

  • New Platform Art

    Artist Development

    New Platform Art have commissioned Bricks to research the viability of rolling out their programme to South West England.

  • Trinity Road Police Station

    Cultural Infrastructure

    In April 2019 Bricks bid to purchase, repurpose and run Trinity Road Police Station as a mixed use hub for the creative community, local communities and social enterprise.

  • Whitfield Tabernacle, Kingswood

    Community Led Creative, Cultural Infrastructure

    In Summer 2021 Bricks were appointed to undertake an appraisal on the best potential short and long term community and creative opportunities for the Grade I Listed Whitfield Tabernacle.