Untethered Souls at Liberty House on Friday 17th & Saturday 18th May 2019Posted on: 14 May 2019
If there's one thing Bristol isn't short of, it's creative talent. Untethered Souls - a pop-up exhibition at Liberty House in Stokes Croft - is a collective of work by local creatives which examines the relationship between freedom and the artist.
The exhibition will be on display on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th May 2019 and will combine exhibition and art sale and the concept of 'being free', focusing on the implications of what that notion means in this seemingly expendable 21st century life.
Adding further depth and immersiveness will be the fact that visitors will be able to engage and contribute to the exhibition, which combines the core values of culture, community and creativity at the very nucleus of its beating, artistic heart.
The launch party will kick off on Friday 17th at 8.30pm, giving you the chance to grab a glass of wine and meet and mingle with the artists. A multi-event space in the heart of the city's bustling, brilliant and occasionally barmy Stokes Croft, it's a large two room gallery that is sanctuary for Bristol's throng of talented creatives, with an ongoing programme of galleries and pop-ups.
Untethered Souls is a free event, and donations are welcome. For more info, head here.
Liberty House is located at 11-13 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3PY. Tel. 07715 405797
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