Repair Acts info stand

An artist-led, pluralistic research programme about all things repair in Bristol and beyond

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Key Information:

Date and time
Wed 20 September 2023
10:00 - 17:00
Location
Atrium, Engineering Building (Z Block) , Frenchay Campus, Further info
Contact
Teresa Dillon teresa.dillon@uwe.ac.uk
Cost
Free
Attendance
Booking not required

Past

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Description

Repair Acts explores repair, care, maintenance and healing cultures. We do this by creating contexts for dialogue around restorative futures through making and building art works, carrying out desk-based and applied research, designing, and developing art exhibitions, workshops and conversational spaces.

Working deeply at a local level within landscapes and infrastructures and in association with communities, governing bodies, craft, artisan, skilled trades and other professions, we connect local wisdom to global flows, through policy, law, legalisation and international partnership.

Join us to find out more about Repair Acts and our current activities. Learn about histories of repair economies in Bristol. Contribute your repair stories to our "People’s Archive of Everyday Repair,” and add your views to our Repair Declaration for Bristol.

Not need to sign up, just drop in.

Programme

Registration and tickets

  • Cost: Free
  • Attendance: Booking not required

Location

Atrium, Engineering Building (Z Block)
Frenchay Campus
Coldharbour lane
Bristol
BS16 1QY
UK

Frenchay Campus map

Accessibility

We welcome all abilities/disabilities, ages, ethnicities and gender. If you have any questions, concerns or additional requirements then please let us know so that we can make your time at this event as comfortable as possible. 

For more information about this event, please contact teresa.dillon@uwe.ac.uk.

Venue information

Disabled parking: yes – on campus
Step-free access: yes
Automatic doors: yes
Accessible toilets: yes
Induction loop: no
Guide or assistance dog-friendly: yes
Quiet spaces available: yes

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