All About Art Festival

Following on from the success of the Affordable Art Fair at Brunelís Old Station, the All About Art Festival 2012 will be held at our Bristol event venue on June 29-30.

All About Art is hitting the road in 2012 and will be visiting both Manchester and Bristol. The Passenger Shed in Bristol makes a perfect event venue as it is located conveniently in the heart of the city close to Temple Meads
railway station. Whether you plan on getting there by foot, bike, car, bus, coach or train, there are easy public transport links, as well as walking and cycling routes.

The All About Art Festival gives budding artists the chance to pick up a paintbrush and discover their inner Van Gogh or Rembrandt. It is geared to people of all abilities, so whether you are a master or a beginner, there is something fun for everyone to enjoy.

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To inspire and advise you there will be free workshops and demonstrations held by 11 of the most revered artists in the UK, who are both popular and commercially successful.

They include familiar faces from TV - Dermot Cavanagh, Dee Cowell, David Hyde, Fraser Scarfe, Geoff Kersey, Hashim Akib, Jan Mehigan, Jeremy Ford, Matthew Palmer, Sue Deighton and Vic Bearcroft.

The Home Shop will also be represented at All About Art, making this an important event for the art community in the South West of England.

Tickets for the Friday and Saturday cost just £8.

As a grade 1 listed Victorian building, Brunelís Old Station is ideal for art exhibitions as the beauty of the venue perfectly complements what is on display. Why not organise your upcoming exhibition or festival with us today?

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