Everyone in the city is invited to create artworks in any medium and we’d love to see your work!
You can submit a photograph of your artwork to Bristol’s Art Club using the form below. If chosen, your submission may be displayed in our online gallery, on social media and on screens inside Bristol Museum & Art Gallery.
The artwork can be on any theme you like, but if you need some inspiration you can choose from any of the following themes: Work, Family, Dreams, Food, Travel, Nature or Bristol. Please include your name, title of the work, location and upload a photo of your artwork. We’re also interested to hear about the story behind your work so there is space for you to tell us all about your artwork.
You must be a resident of the UK or Éire.
If you are under 18 you will need a parent/guardian to submit your artwork on your behalf, and provide their email address.
When uploading your artwork, please take a high quality landscape photo in a .jpg or .png format.
We will accept images of any type of creative activity for example paintings, sculpture, poetry and craft, from amateurs and professionals alike.
All images will be checked to ensure they meet our
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Thank you for supporting Bristol Culture with your artwork.
You agree that your image is subject to the following terms and conditions:
At the time of your submission you must be 18 years of age or older.
Your submission must be created by you, wholly original, except that: you may include things that are in the public domain.
What is the theme? (Required) Tell us the story about your artwork
Art is good for you, whoever you are. We’re keen to know more about how people across Bristol use creativity to support their wellbeing.
Please tell us about any other creative activities, opportunities or groups that you take part in across the city (e.g. community choir, local knit & natter group)