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The Royal West of England Academy exists for everyone with an interest in art and design.Our artistic programme promotes inspiring work by our Academicians and Artist Members, and brings high profile exhibitions by established artists to Bristol...more
Whether you just want to look and admire the fine artwork here or indeed maybe make a purchase. This exhibition has something to offer pretty much everyone. Well worth the entrance fee. Don’t forget to gift aid too.
Every year hundreds (thousands) of promising and established artists put heir hat in the ring and hope to be selected for the annual show (on now October). Fantastic variety -sculpture, abstract, architecture,water colour, oil -just a great variety (some perhaps should not be there -...More
Have mixed feelings/memories of this building having sat exams in here four decades ago but was pleased to return and particularly impressed by the content and display of the free to view art. Well worth the walk up Park Street.
Stunning listed building. On the groundfloor there was a free exhibition of prints, lithographs and illustrations. Downstairs another free exhibition put on by Bristol University students. Upstairs exhibitions you have to pay for but well worth the money - full of interesting historical and contemporary...More
Not much to see in the free exhibition here. A few Peter Blake's down stairs in what looked like a dilapidated school corridor, complete with stuff the caretaker has left behind. Would advise the wonderful Bristol museum as an alternative.