We may not have taken on any new group projects lately, but our members have been as busy as ever.
Since last year Louise Gethin, has been proud to be involved in Vice and Virtue, an initiative exploring the history of Old Market with the book launch and exhibition happening on July 16th 2015 at Trinity Community Arts Centre. http://www.bristolbooks.org/news/launch-of-vice-virtue-book-a-history-of-old-market/
Everyone is welcome to see the outcome of what sounds like a fascinating community arts project.
Do contact the organisers if you would like to attend.
Louise is also working with illustrator Beth Hawkins on a pamphlet called In Sane Moments, five short fictional pieces exploring elements of Mental Health, which should be ready as a one-off limited edition in time for the Bristol Festival of Literature (BFL) in October.
Watch this space for more BWW member news and other events at this year’s BFL, now in the planning stages.