There is nothing quite like a Kid Carpet show. Funny, inventive and wonderfully anarchic, they're a rare example of family theatre that the whole family can get a kick out of. We caught up with the Bristol legend as he prepares for his new show in a few week's time and found out some noisy… Continue reading BAM meets Kid Carpet
Nestled in a former sandwich shop off Gloucester Road, Louise Ogden has created a beautiful pottery cafe that is a little corner of calm and creativity. Like all the best ideas, The Kiln Workshop was dreamt up at 4am and, whilst only a few weeks old, it’s is already proving to be popular with people… Continue reading BAM meets Kiln Workshop
Sometimes it feels like Bristol welcomes another festival every weekend over the summer. Recently we've seen nature, music and BBQ all celebrated in true Bristol style. But in a few week's time Bristol's unique art scene will be in the spotlight at Upfest, Europe’s largest street art and graffiti festival. For one weekend, Bedminster will… Continue reading BAM meets Upfest
If any of you joined Alph, Betty and Gammo on their previous adventure through space, you'll know that it was a wonderfully silly and lots of fun. You may have decided which planet to visit and helped find one of the glowing plasma orbs needed to fix the Bristol Space Station. Next week, the gang… Continue reading BAM meets The Time Seekers
Interview with Jane Porter who runs Bring Your Baby art tours.
We found out why working at the Children's Scrapstore is so special!
Walking through Stokes Croft with a small child can be an interesting experience, even in the middle of the day... but we’ve got a top tip for you! Distract your little art fans from looking at the more salubrious sights by getting them to spot a Lucas Antics piece. Giant bunnies, dandy lions, floral houses… Continue reading BAM meets Lucas Antics
We catch up with Karen and Alice from Let's Make Art