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Art Battle Bristol

Starts 07:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Main Hall
Ticket price
£10 Adv / £5 Conc.
Age limit
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Art Battle Bristol

Live painting tournament where audience vote alone decides the winner.

A night full of fun, food, music and live art!

12 Artists

3 Rounds

1 Winner


Painters put their skills to the test with only 20 minutes to turn blank canvases into incredible pieces of original art. Audience vote decides who will go home with the Golden Brush and earn their spot on the Grand Final.  This is Art Battle®.


Artists include Sophie Long, well known for her stunning animal portraits (, Darren Hoskins with his unique take on colour and line (, Janice Kirkby-Brown who “checked out the videos for Art Battles.” and “ loves the look and feel of the energy created within the Art Battle space”. ( and many more amazing local artists.


After kicking off her shoes to paint barefoot, Chi-Yien Snow ( earned her spot as champion and took home the Golden Brush!  She’ll be returning as the headline artist and we can’t wait to see what she creates with more time.


All works created, including Krystan’s, will be available for silent auction on the night, bridging the gap between creators and collectors, creating a supportive creative community, and allowing audiences to take away a part of the night to remember.


As always, tickets are 50% for students and concessions to make sure we give everyone the opportunity to share in this amazing experience.


All art materials for the artists to show off their skills along with prizes for winners are provided by our principal sponsor, Daler-Rowney. T-Shirts come from our local print shop The Live Ink Co.

About Art Battle International
Art Battle is the world’s premier live art competition.  Since 2001, starting from Brooklyn, NY, more than 8,000 artist competitors have inspired audiences in 18 countries around the world.  2019 will see the biggest international tournament yet with more than 300 events planned worldwide.

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