Eachwhat Studio, Unit 18
The Broadwalk Centre
Bristol BS4 2QU


Eachwhat Studio
is closed until May 30

PAUL HAWKINS aka BOB MODEM
Poet | Artist | Publisher

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EACHWHAT STUDIO

Unit 18,
The Broadwalk Centre,
Bristol
BS4 2QU  
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Studio, event & exhibition space.

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NOTE: Eachwhat Studio will be closed until May 30
Normal service resumed on May 30
Artist in residence: Mon, Tues, Thur & Fri 10:00 - 14:30 or by appointment
View the Community Art Wall here

I’m an experienced poetry workshop facilitator. To find out more about what I could offer, contact me via email.

Hesterglock Press published books are on sale.

EWI Studio has been made possible by Hypha Studios, a charity that matches artists with empty spaces

Contact: hesterglock@gmail.com or 07826124827


CURRENT

March 26 - April 27: Holding Patterns exhibition





COMING SOON


ARTIMENTAL WORKSHOPS

June 13, 27, July 11, 25, Aug 8, 22, Sept 5 & 19 @ Eachwhat Studio from 10:00 - 12:00, cost £5 per session
joining details to be announced very shortly

June 4: Wakefield & Modem - HANDSFREE
(Steel Incisors, date tbc 2022) 
Bob Modem’s deconstructions of Martin Wakefield’s renderings of Paul Éluard’s illustrations of Man Ray’s drawings (from part I of Les Main Libres)

A HANDSFREE Print exhibition at Eachwhat Studio and a special book launch event w/Wakefield & Modem, Peter Jaeger, Sarer Scotthorne, James Knight, the voice of Vanessa Onwuemezi & more - expect film & poetry

PAST EVENTS


Feb 19 - Mar 26

Weaving Light 
installation & workshop


Feb 19: Join Rezia for a weaving workshop;  contribute to the community artwork
from 11:30-13:00 and/or 14:30-16:00. Free, all welcome.
Rezia is a Bangladeshi-born British textile artist and designer. ︎︎︎Rezia Wahid MBE






Bill Drummond and me at Eachwhat Studio Feb 23, 2022
photos: David Griffiths
















Community Art Wall 2021 photo: Tom Skipp