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Social & Arts

Convenor Paul Bullivant

Members: 8
Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2013

Welcome to the Social and Arts group

The Social & Arts Group was established in 2007. The primary role of the group is to act as a catalyst for formal and informal events in the park. The group also supports and promotes other activities that other people may organise that fall within the terms of reference of FoSAP.

ParkArts11, organised and promoted by some members of the group, was held on July 10th 2011. It was a one-day arts festival held in the park involving visual artists and music performers. There was a range of stalls offering arts and crafts and activities for children and others selling refreshments. You can see photos on this website in the ParkArts11Group page.


The Ceilidh, held in November 2011 raised £648.00 for the East Africa Crisis Appeal.


If you wish to be involved in future events please contact the coordinator: - Paul Bullivant on paulbullivant@f2s.com or 0117 9245200

 
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Comment by Stella Perrett on December 16, 2013 at 13:24

 I have sent an email to FOSAP offering free artwork which FOSAP could use on postcards, cards, calendars etc, or just raffle the originals for fund raising. I don't know who in FOSAP to talk to about this or where to post it on the site so I am trying here? I expect you have already 'been there, done that' before as many of the members of North Bristol Artists live near the park. Nevertheless I am happy to offer artwork. I can do some new artwork based on Spring, Summer, Autumn, & Winter in the park - this would take all this year and be ready in time for fund raising prior to next Christmas. It would take this long because I would do my own photography, and live sketching at different seasons. The originals would be quite big - A3 to A1 size. Please have a look at my website and see if you think this is a good idea:

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Comment by Fo SAP on December 20, 2011 at 17:53

The Ceilidh in November 2011 raised £648.00 for the East Africa Crisis Appeal.

John Mayne has received a letter of thanks to FoSAP which is here

This was a tremendous effort by everyone, so well done all round.

Comment by Bill Singleton on September 25, 2010 at 9:21
FoSAP - thanks for the explanation. I'm keenly interested in alternative energy (I had 25 people around my house a couple of weeks ago as part of Bristol Green Doors, looking at my solar hot water system). I just wanted the sort of info you just gave.
Comment by Fo SAP on September 24, 2010 at 16:40
Hi Bill,
Re:Solar-powered films...how is that possible, after darK?

I put the Solar Powered Film Event on the website. The following information was on their website, a link to which they provided.
This unique solar powered cinema is brought to you by Know Alternative, a mobile solar unit with all equipment including their electric milk float projector powered by the sun.

The way is which solar power is stored in milk float batteries is a little outside the remit of this website.
Comment by Bill Singleton on September 9, 2010 at 16:11
Solar-powered films...how is that possible, after darK?
Comment by D. Sam Burns on January 17, 2010 at 11:22
Hi social & arts! I run the gurt lush choir which rehearses next to the park.
We'd be up for performing in the park at some suitable occasion....
Any ideas...?
 
 
 

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