Join us on College Green for the launch of The World Reimagined – a free art trail of ten globe sculptures located around Bristol.
From 13 August until 31 October, The World Reimagined will transform Bristol’s streets with a free art trail of globes – each designed by an individual artist. The globes invite us to explore the many layers of our shared history, and how we can all make racial justice a reality.
The globes have been created by artists from Bristol and across the UK, bringing the city to life with diverse experiences and creative styles. They include Emma Blake Morsi, 3Dom, Godfried Donkor, Adam Grose, Bandele Iyapo, Felix FLX Braun, Oshii and Jasmine Thompson. A tenth Globe has been created by the Bristol-based artist Michele Curtis.
The globes bring people, families and communities together to talk about how we understand our history; how our past shapes our future; and how we can act for social change.
- 6pm – 6.30pm: An opportunity to see the unveiling of the Globe on College Green with speeches and live poetry. No need to book – just turn up!
- 6.30pm – 7.40pm: A guided walk of some of the highlights in the sculpture trail. The walk will begin on College Green and finish at St Pauls Learning Centre next to Michele Curtis’ globe. Michele will then give an introduction into the globe she has created for the project. Limited numbers – please book via the link below.
Although the route is not strenuous, please be aware that surfaces may be uneven and could be slippery when wet. We recommend that you dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable footwear. Please bring water with you. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Please book a free ticket to take part in the guided highlights walk.
The walk begins on College Green and finishes at St Pauls Learning Centre.