East Bristol Contemporary
Trinity Arts Centre
Trinity Road
Bristol
BS2 0NW

eastbristolcontemporary
(at)gmail.com

+44 (0)117 935 1200

east bristol contemporary (ebc) is an artist-led gallery based at The Trinity Centre, Bristol, and established in 2016.

ebc seeks to counteract the lack of established showing spaces for grass roots contemporary artists in Bristol, and to establish a unique and diverse programme of exhibitions and events. ebc additionally aims to support artists based in the south west. for two years we were the only non commercial artist led gallery producing a regular programme in the city.

we work with many different artists from all over the UK and further afield, often within the first 10 years of their career, bringing their artworks to new audiences in the city, often for the first time.

ebc values paying artists, and with funding from the Arts Council England we have been able to pay our invigilators too (the only art gallery in Bristol that currently achieves that).

we run events for the public, including artist talks/tours, workshops, screenings, performances and opening events.

another major strand of our work is the ebc night school; an alternative education series of artists talks, workshops, and 1-2-1s. these work on termly sign ups that last for 6 weeks. the night school is hosted in kind by Arnolfini, Bristol.

our exhibitions usually run on the first weekend of the month, please check our what's on section for up to date exhibition and event information.

almost all of our events are free to attend. that's zero pounds.

ebc is located on the first floor and is accessed from the front of The Trinity Centre, wheelchair access is available via a lift located at the side entrance.

ebc is located 15 minutes walk from Bristol Temple Meads station, pay and display parking is also available in the centre car park.

ebc is co-directed by jack lewdjaw & karanjit panesar

RUNG (ebc's in house publication) is co-edited by frances kelly & izzy emberson

ebc is partnered with Chisenhale Artplace's artist development programme Into the Wild

ebc was formerly funded by the Arts Council England & Bristol Council.

we are always looking for collaborators, conversations, and opportunities. so if you want to chat send us an email.