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Artist Gavin Turk's occult new sculptures are among the after-hours attractions in the West country. Mark Sheerin explores the power of pyramids.
An ongoing investigation by Brazilian artist Maria Thereza Alves into ballast flora in the port cities of Europe has birthed an inimitable botanical landmark in Bristol.
Watershed is inviting applications in a search for a magician, artist, illusionist or designer to take part in a two-month project at the Bristol venue.
Aiming for modest prices and an air of inclusivity, the Bristol edition of the international art fair returns to the city for the 11th time at the end of this week.
Using a hand-crafted wooden book and their mobile phone, visitors to Bristol's Watershed will be able to follow stories through the city streets in a new literary adventure.
Dozens of watercolour recordings of tomb decorations from Ancient Egypt are about to go on show at the city's Museum and Art Gallery. We find out about one of them.
Watershed's annual festival of film-based sights and sounds takes to the arts venue and one of Bristol's most in-tune Georgian churches.
Organisers at the Bristol landmark want the public to inform a series of exhibitions at its new visitor centre and volunteer to help with the accompanying activities programme.
The Curator of Ethnography at Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery tells us about a linen ball, designed for the afterlife, at the forthcoming Pharaoh: King of Egypt show.
Unwrap the business of chocolate making during the past 250 years in a new show in Bristol inviting visitors to follow the entire chocolate making process.
Yemen, Sierra Leone, chocolate, comedy and the heritage of Sheffield, York and the north-east all feature in our round-up of some of the shows to look out for this month.
A robot capable of making original drawings and a rotting 19th century harmonium represent the results of art-technology experiment the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol.
People in Bristol will be able to exchange messages with bollards, benches and other street objects in a project devised by the £30,000 winners of a digital art competition.
Greek-British artist Mikhail Karikis' installation follows the "haenyeo" - a vanishing community of elderly female sea workers on the North Pacific island of Jeju.
Japanese, Russian and Polish artists are among the contributors to a diverse show in Bristol looking at artistic depictions of domestic cats and dogs.