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What does death mean to you? It’s something we all have in common, and the curators at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery want you to start talking about it more. Three years in the making, death: the...

We present to you the WestWorld team’s personal picks from 2014. From music to art we’ve covered all the bases. Don’t agree with some of our selections? Let us know what you would have...

Tell us a bit about yourself… I’m Maximillian Malone, I grew in Southampton but from a young age I knew I wanted to move to Bristol. It’s where a lot of my family are from. My Aunt who is a...

My name’s George and I’m from Coventry, home of The Specials and once a great hub of industry. I’m one of the first in my family to go to university which is a fact my mum is always very keen to...

This exhibition is an exploration into a city and its people. Art, design and architecture all play an important part in a cohesive look into history, future possibilities and ideas. Architectural models...

For many people the 4th of October was a very important day filled with entertainment, networking and some very serious perusing. This was due to the return of Bristol’s Comic and Zine fair. Now in its...

Joe Munro is a third year illustration student from Portsmouth. I’m the youngest in a family who are all interested in art in some way or another. Therefore my future was always destined to end up somewhere...

Jeremy Deller exhibition at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery runs until 21st September 2014. Open daily, free entry.  By Emma Farr   This exhibition displays a cross-section of what is considered...

Four-days celebrating art across the city from Friday 2 – Monday 5 May 2014 By Emma Farr Organised alongside Bristol’s main visual arts venues, the Weekender is an example of how the Arts community...

Emma Cassandra Farr is a level two Drawing and Applied Arts student from Reading. When & why did you start being creative? I’ve always been able to draw and have always enjoyed it… it’s...