Make A Film In A Day: Free workshops at UMB

Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th March

10-5pm each day

Unitarian Chapel, Brunswick Square

Have you seen the artwork in Brunswick Cemetery Gardens? It’s made from cast iron and resembles a cluster of grave markers. It’s called Ruined and is the work of Hew Locke. Since it’s been there it's been discussed, walked through and spotted by thousands of people.

Now we’re making films about it. We’re looking for people who’d like to make their own film in a day. Each one will be inspired by Ruined, its stories and the St Paul’s and Bristol surroundings. Anyone who lives in or works in or loves St Paul’s can take part.

The project is led by award winning film maker Tom Stubbs. We’ll supply all the equipment and you don’t need any previous experience. It’s a great way to learn new skills, have fun and learn more about the fascinating area of St Paul's.

Contact 07949 143 022 to book a place or find out more.

This is part of Art in My Backyard, produced by Situations and funded by Bristol City Council