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Power to Change Photography Exhibition

28/11/2019 09:00 AM to
05/12/2019 05:00 PM
The Graffiti Room
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Laura Hunt
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Power to Change Photography Exhibition

Acclaimed Bristol photographer Mark Simmons has created a new set of bold new portraits celebrating Bristolian life.

Photographer Mark Simmons is famous for his warm, intimate and ground-breaking portraits of people living in some of Bristol’s most diverse communities.

His iconic Black and White Bristol collections documented life for residents during the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. The powerful images reveal tight-knit communities coming together to fight political uncertainty and aggressive redevelopment and showcase an unwavering positivity and togetherness in areas including St Paul’s and Barton Hill.

For his latest work, Bristol 2019: A New Kind of Community, Mark has returned to many of these areas, to document a growing community business movement through the eyes of several of the city’s thriving community-run businesses including Bristol Bike Project, Barton Hill Settlement, We can Make at Knowle West, Windmill Hill City Farm, Southmead Development Trust, Arnos Vale Cemetery and Bristol Ferry Boats.

This exhibition will be open to the public from 28th November - 5th December, between 9am - 5pm. Please come to The Trinity Centre Reception to access the event.

Power to Change is the independent trust that supports community businesses in England. Community businesses are locally rooted, community-led, trading for community benefit and making life better for local people. There are nearly 7,000 community businesses across England employing 35,500 people, with a combined income of £1.2bn.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Trinity Community Arts would like to apologise; we are having ongoing issues with our lift access to the 1st floor. If you have access requirements please contact us either by calling our reception on 0117 935 1200 or emailing

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