About this Event
PLURIVERSE Zine Launch
Join us for the exciting launch of the PLURIVERSE Zine, a celebration of community and creativity! This in-person event will take place on Thursday, October 5, 2023 at Cantock's Close, Bristol, BS8 1TS. Get ready for an evening filled with art, music, and inspiring conversations.
The PLURIVERSE Zine is all about showcasing the unique voices and perspectives that make our world vibrant. We've gathered an incredible lineup of talented artists, writers, and poets who will share their work and stories with you. From thought-provoking articles to mesmerising illustrations, this zine is a treasure trove of creativity.
Come and immerse yourself in our atmosphere as we celebrate the launch of this one of a kind Zine. Mingle with people from different departments, connect with the contributors, and discover perspectives. Whether you're an avid zine collector or simply curious about emerging artists and writers around the university, PLURIVERSE Zine Launch promises to be an unforgettable evening with drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and nibbles.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to be part of a thriving community that ispart of the change we want to see at the university. Mark your calendars and join us on October 5th at Cantock's Close. Let's embrace pluriversity, inspire each other, and celebrate the power of art and science!
This work has been supported by the Inclusive Research Collective, Creative Tuition, the GEM STEM Network, Brigstowe and the Chemistry Department EDI Committee. Co-designed with the artists Jasmine Thompson and Ramona Bigwood.
A teaser of the front cover designed by Ramona Bigwood is below.
A pluriverse is a world in which diverse ways of thinking are explored, multiple art forms and disciplines are displayed side by side, and a plurality of meaningful life experiences are brought into the light.
To be launched online at www.creativetuitioncollective.com. Follow us on instagram: @creativetuitioncollective for more of our work.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Chemistry Foyer Chemistry Building, Cantock's Close, Bristol, United Kingdom