'Our Dream Today, Your Dream Tomorrow' project launch
Time Launch Day: 3rd May 12 - 4.00pm (continues until 23 May)
Location Gainsborough Square, Lockleaze, BS7 9XA
muf’s award winning Barking Square arboretum used as a host space by students from Broadway Theatre in 2009.
A temporary pavilion built by local young people to host live music, dance, a neighbourhood workout and a community bake, which grew from conversations with local people to make a place where more than one thing at a time can happen, a place to be and a place to do. Part of the larger Lockleaze capital environmental improvement project for Gainsborough Square and the first component of ‘Open Fold’, an area wide public art programme for Lockleaze devised by Paul O’Neill.
Commissioned by Bristol City Council and produced by muf: architecture/art with Learning Partnership West, the Vench, Jono Lewarne, Anton Goldenstein and Peter Beresford.
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Open Fold is a Lockleaze wide public art programme developed with Dr Paul O’Neill. This programme is being developed in close dialogue with Bristol City Council’s Place Shaping Team. The aim of the project is to deliver commissions in the ward, with focus around Gainsborough Square and its surrounding streets, which will increase employment opportunities and housing numbers and provide better links within the estate and to the city.