The Fall of Colston at Bristol Spirit
A new exhibition of photographs by Bristol street photographer Colin Moody is being held at Bristol Spirit in Redfield. The exhibition will be officially launched in a live event on Facebook and Instagram by Colin on Friday 3 July at 6pm.
During the live event on Friday 3 July, Colin and Bristol Spirit owner Sam Espensen will be inviting people watching to have their say on the Fall of Colston, and explaining what it meant to them. These comments will be screen grabbed and digitally added to the image that leads this event.
People visiting Bristol Spirit, in person, during the exhibition will also get the chance to write their thoughts on the prints, which will have already been to various locations around Bristol gathering comments, including the plinth where Colston once stood. There will be physical distancing in place and antibacterial hand gel available, and you are asked to bring your own pen for best safety!
Visitors will also be able to buy any of the prints from the exhibition, with all profits going to Sari Bristol (Stand Against Racial Inequality). You can learn more about the work they do here.
Bristol Spirit is owned by Espensen Spirit, which makes naturally infused spirits. The bar is reopening on the 4 July for off licence sales from its new bottle shop, which will be championing drinks made by women or from female-owned businesses. Opening hours will be Wednesdays to Saturdays from 12-4pm.
3 July, Facebook Launch - 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Exhibition Opening Hours, Wednesdays & Thursdays 12.00pm - 4.00pm, Fridays 5.00 - 9.00pm and Saturdays 12.00pm - 4.00pm and 7.00pm-9.00pm.
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