Sep 17
Bristol’s High Water Line Project is an ambitious attempt to map out the 32 mile edge of Bristol’s flood risk zone to highlight the threats of rising sea levels and accelerated climate change. Originally conceived as a solo performance by artist Eve Mosher, who walked the line in New York shortly before Hurricane Sandy made it a reality, the High Water Line project has become an international pop-up community project bringing together people in diverse cities around the world to think and talk about community responses to climate change... Read More
Sep 23

After a day of marking the line in St Werburghs, the community gathered for a water walk led by Harry McPhillimy which explored the neighborhood’s past, present and future relationship to water.

After that, artists Jethro Brice and Seila Fernandez led participants through an interactive art making process in response to St Werburghs and its water relationships.



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