This time next week the exhibition will be here! After months of planning, the dream is finally becoming reality, and over 300 hearts of all colours, shapes and sizes will be suspended from the ceiling for the general public to come and view, enjoy and buy.
All proceeds from the sold hearts will be going to three charities: the African Street Children Organisation, Children’s Hospice South West, and British Heart Foundation. So, if you happen to find yourself in Bristol between the 19th and 24th of November with an afternoon spare, why not come and take a quick look? The exhibition is in the Centrespace Gallery, off Corn Street, from 10am-5pm daily.
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Imayla is a project based in both innercity Bristol and in Rural Somerset, which aims to create urban-rural connections and engage as many people from as many diverse backgrounds as possible. For more information, click here.
Heartfelt teamed up with Imayla during one of their recent projects, and all of the participants made a heart. The hearts are simple but lovely.
Infants & Juniors, as well as some parents from Perry Court School, in Bristol, have excelled themselves, making some incredible hearts during their workshop a few weeks ago. A huge amount of care and attention has been taken over them, and we would like to say an enormous WELL DONE! to everyone who took part in the heart-making.
“My Friend Emily.
I loved playing Hide & Seek with my friend Emily.”
“The moment that I realised mums don’t have to be perfect, and that with enough love, everything would be ok.
I looked at my daughter and she stared back at me, her eyes bright with tears and her pink lips trembling with rage at not getting what she wanted.
I realised how hard life is when you are small with no control over what happens.
And I told her how much I loved her, and she smiled, her tears and grief forgotten. The fact that I loved her- that was enough. I love you, S.”