Critical Spaces at Kebele

The next Critical Spaces is happening on Thursday 12 September 2013, 6.30pm to 9pm.
Critical Spaces aims to support socially-engaged artists to meet regularly and informally to critically support each other. The initiative is a partnership between Hannah Hull and ixia public art think tank. If you are interested in finding out more or attending the meeting please visit
Kebele is an anarchist co-operative in Easton, Bristol. It is the epi-centre for social action in Bristol, and has a busy weekly programme of activities to improve people’s lives on a local and global level. It also houses an anarchist library full of inspiring books on social protest, art and activism.
Address: Kebele Community Co-operative, 14 Robertson Road, Easton, Bristol BS5 6JY.


 A Creativity Works co|Create forum for artists, facilitators, creatives and professionals working with vulnerable adults: focusing on the development of a five year project working creatively with women within criminal justice settings.

The forum will explore: the potential of partnership working; the challenges of working within custodial settings; and how responsive creative projects with professional artists may reach core issues. It will also present ‘the re|source’: a way of mapping creative development for participants, artists and projects. The key speakers will represent artists, support/development workers and prison staff.

 Event Details

 Date: September 24th

Time: 10am – 1pm

 Location: Knowle West Media Centre,Leinster Avenue, Knowle West, Bristol, BS4 1NL

 Cost: £25

To secure your place please e-mail:

Or get in touch on 01761 438852 and ask Mags to reserve a place for you.

 We look forward to seeing you there