This weekend you have another chance to explore an area of Bristol and see some great art, craft and design on show. From 15th-17th November, the Front Room Arts Trail will be taking place in Totterdown, an area in the south of the city. The Front Room Arts Trail started in 2001, making the oldest arts trail in Bristol, and it regularly attracts around 180 artists across 60 different venues, with thousands of visitors coming from across the city and beyond.
During the weekend you can see work across a whole range of creative domains including painting, ceramics, jewellery, glass, photography, film, performance art and sculpture.
Many local people open up their houses to show their artworks and those of their friends. Local community spaces, such as pubs, churches, cafes, schools and other exhibition areas also get involved. There are lots of activities for children, plus music, street theatre, light shows, and all kinds of things to entertain you during your visit.
The area covered by the Front Room Arts Trail stretches from St Luke’s Road in the west, the whole of Lower Totterdown north of St John’s Lane, the New Walls estate, up the Wells Road (both sides including the top of Bushy Park) and Upper Totterdown north of the Wells Road as far as Clyde Road. It also includes the Bath Road as far as Paintworks, and Arnos Vale Cemetery.
For more information on the trail, the artists exhibiting, and where to find them, visit the Front Room website: http://www.frontroom.org.uk