Bristol and local events events

Search News

  • PhD Conference in Monetary and Financial Economics

    Date: 27 June 2016
    Venue: ECC (Exhibition and Conference Centre), UWE, Frenchay Campus

    The Centre for Global Finance is pleased to announce a conference for PhD students in Monetary and Financial Economics. The conference is very kindly supported by the Royal Economic Society.

  • Market Research for the DfT Values of Time

    Date: 28 June 2016
    Venue: Room 4Q56, Frenchay Campus

    This presentation provides an overview of the 'Provision of market research for the value of time savings and reliability ' study by the Arup/ITS Leeds/Accent consortium for the UK Department for Transport (DfT).

  • Introduction to Wood Engraving

    Date: 04 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    An introduction to the art of wood engraving, using maple blocks and a selection of printing papers.

  • West of England Partners in Procurement: Supplying the Public Sector

    Date: 06 July 2016
    Venue: UWE's ECC (Exhibition and Conference Centre), Frenchay Campus, Bristol

    Supplying the Public Sector returns this year for its 11th annual event. This year it is themed around 'Your Role in the Supply Chain' and we are focusing on a mix of new and not-so-new topics - all of which we are relevant to organisations who wish to supply the Public Sector.

  • Making Friends With Your Adana Press

    Date: 06 July - 07 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    This two-day course on press know-how, maintenance and small press printing is perfect for you.

  • Letterpress Printed Book Arts Intensive

    Date: 11 July - 15 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    This intensive week-long course offers you an introduction to type-setting and printing skills for the production of artists' books and multiples. Perfect for beginners.

  • Cut it out: Laser Cutting For Beginners Summer School

    Date: 11 July - 14 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    This exciting four day summer school is perfect for anyone interested in getting a taster of laser cutting and how to apply it to their own creative practice. Suited to all abilities.

  • How to Use Smart Phone Images to Make Inkjet Transparencies for Printing Early Photographic Processes

    Date: 18 July - 22 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    Learn how to use images (from cameras and smart phones) to make inkjet transparencies for printing with early photographic processes such as cyanotype and salt printing. Course participants will not need prior experience with early photographic printing, but some familiarity with Photoshop or other image manipulation software would be helpful.

  • Advanced Bookbinding

    Date: 18 July - 22 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    This ever popular course is an intensive five-day advanced course of bookbinding structures. The course is designed to be appropriate for people with some previous experience in bookbinding. Book early to avoid disappointment.

  • Artiststamps

    Date: 20 July - 22 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    Create an array of stamps during this workshop by learning how to carve rubber stamps from erasers and adapt a sewing machine to perforate paper.

  • 2D-3D Experimental Book Art Structures

    Date: 25 July - 29 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    The course will cover a combination of 2D surface print and 3D paper book construction with paper engineering, cutting and assemblage carried out with the printed material.

  • Photogravure: An Early Photographic Printing Process With A Modern Twist

    Date: 25 July - 29 July 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    This course is suitable for beginners and no prior experience of intaglio printing or Photoshop (a computer program for editing digital images) is required. All materials will be provided.

  • Decorative Japanese Techniques for Paper and Book Arts

    Date: 15 August - 19 August 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus, UWE

    This Masterclass will explore Japanese decorative methods.

Back to top