Please come along and join us at this street art workshop this Sunday – we’ll be at the Cottrell Road entrance to Eastville Park (other side of bridge from Merchants Arms/Hungry Horse on Stapleton Road) from 12-4… you can drop in for as much or little time as you’d like.
The deadline for our extreme weather photography competition has been extended to Friday 14th September. Please do send us your entries – it is FREE and you could win a prize including £20 Amazon/iTunes vouchers!
The competition details are given below. Good luck!
Calling ALL photographers of Eastville, whether you use a disposable camera, phone or SLR! The Multi-Story Water Project invites you to submit your photographs on the theme of Extreme Weather in the UK. From last winter’s big freeze to this summer’s flash floods – how did you record or experience the weird and wonderful weather patterns that have frustrated, flummoxed and fascinated us over the past few years? Or, thinking completely outside the box, what else does ‘extreme weather’ mean to you?
Your entries will be displayed outdoors at the celebratory Multi-Story Water Weekend, 29-30thSeptember.
You can submit up to 3 photos per person. Please state when and where taken, plus a sentence or two about what inspired you to take it/them. (The Guardian In Pictures weekly competition is full of great examples of creative photographic responses to a theme)
PRIZES will be awarded to a winner and a runner-up in each competition, and include£20 Amazon/iTunes vouchers.
Friday 14th September
SUBMISSION Entries should be submitted by email or post with name and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org or
Multi-Story Water Project
c/o Nancy Campbell
Faculty of Environment & Technology (FET)
Remember, the competitions open to all ages. Winning photos will be selected by a judging panel that will include representatives from the local community, the Environment Agency, UWE and Bristol City Council.