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In a world where self-expression is highly valued, the company Keep Art It is making waves by hosting a captivating spray painting event for students. With a focus on engagement, freedom, joy, and community, this unique event encourages young minds to unleash their creativity, leaving a lasting impact on their artistic journeys.

Keep Art It understands the importance of active participation in the creative process. By setting up boards for spray painting, they create an interactive atmosphere that encourages students to engage directly with their artwork. Through this hands-on approach, students experience the thrill of transforming blank canvases into vibrant masterpieces. This engagement not only enhances their artistic abilities but also empowers them to explore new techniques, experiment with colors, and discover their own unique artistic voice.

The spray painting event organized by Keep Art It provides students with a platform to exercise their freedom of expression. With spray cans in hand, they can break free from the constraints of traditional art forms and explore the exciting possibilities of street art. By embracing this unconventional medium, students can let their imaginations run wild, defying boundaries and expressing their thoughts, emotions, and individuality in a bold and uninhibited manner.

Keep Art It believes that art is a powerful source of joy and inspiration. The spray painting event brings a sense of excitement and delight to the students as they experience the sheer joy of creating something beautiful from scratch. The act of spray painting becomes a form of self-discovery, allowing students to tap into their innate creativity and experience the pure pleasure of artistic expression. This celebration of joy fosters a positive environment that encourages students to continue their artistic pursuits.

At its core, Keep Art It's spray painting event aims to create a vibrant artistic community. By bringing students together in a collaborative environment, the event fosters a sense of camaraderie and support among young artists. The shared experience of spray painting forms lasting bonds and nurtures a community where ideas are exchanged, skills are honed, and inspiration is found. Through this communal spirit, Keep Art It is laying the foundation for a future generation of passionate and connected artists.

Keep Art It's spray painting event for students is more than just a creative outlet. It offers engagement, freedom, joy, and community, leaving a lasting impact on participants. By encouraging active involvement, providing a platform for self-expression, fostering joy, and building a supportive artistic community, Keep Art It is empowering the next generation of artists to thrive and flourish in their creative endeavors.

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When art meets activism ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻

25th March - 3rd April at Keep Art It

Galleries Shopping Centre, Bristol, BS1 3XD

(Launch party: Friday 25th March, 6pm - 9pm)

Events 10-5pm 26th March - 3rd April 2022

The Altered Festival is an inclusive multicultural arts platform that embraces diverse perspectives and challenges cultural stereotypes.

Our intention is to shine a light on the solutions available to people at this challenging time in Bristol and the world.

We have a range of wonderful artists who will be exhibiting (in varied mediums), performing, holding talks and workshops over the course of the 10 days.

The artwork will be varied — from dance, music, painting, music making to ancient craft making.

The festival will feature an ‘Artivist’ in a box (created by @hue_artivist) where featured artists will perform or create art for extended periods of time within these four walls. The public will be able to look inside the box — although the artist will not be able see outside or anyone viewing. The box will feature artist performance and ritual. The nature of this work is part experiment/ and a visual representation of what many artists experience. We seek to explore this relationship with artist and observer during the festival and will be documenting this as part of a wider piece of work.

Our artivism will include working with Bristol Energy Network and Bristol Health Partners to create meaningful workshops to give people applicable skills to take on some of the biggest issues of our time.

Come join, participate, listen, learn, have fun! It's a donation based event.

Keep Art It is an events and media company founded in lockdown 2020 whose mission is to share art with as many people as possible.

The works are up and they are amazing.

We had a member of the public come in yesterday who said "coming here today and seeing this work makes me believe in fate."

Another said "this work is so grounded, it's given me goosebumps" as he showed me his arm.

I've put on 35 exhibitions and done dozens of live art events. This is the best show I've ever put on. It is a solo show for one great artist, whose work has impact and meaning that cross cultural and social boundaries to share his critique of our modern life.

You can see the works here.

These works matter.

Despite the rain, over 80 people came out. With an amazing team of volunteers, we provided food and substinance.

Together we've been able to do something magical. We've created a meaningful experience in art and philosophy in the consumerist space of a shopping centre while commenting on the ills of our consumerist habits.

We are sharing art and at the same time showing a better path for what our future as a people and species can be. I know this sounds ambitious but right now, what we need is ambitious.

This is my first time curating a solo show of someone else's work and by god I couldn't have asked for a better artist to work with. Andrew's work is powerful, skillful, subtle and unique. I am sitting here now in the studio admiring it.

But is also grounded and grounding.

Some people want art to elevate. I think we elevate by connecting to the ground.

His show is up from now till the 28th October 2021.

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