A brand new exhibition curated by Southmead Project will be on display at Bristol’s City Hall in March. Amazing Resilience features work created by survivors of child abuse who have used the medium of art to speak the unspeakable.
The challenging and inspirational exhibition gives survivors the opportunity to highlight the long-term impact of child abuse as well as share their courage, determination and resilience to go on and reclaim their lives.
Amazing Resilience will be shown in the Park Street and Deanery Road Vestibules at City Hall on College Green from 13-16 March 2018 at Park Street and Deanery Street Vestibules, City Hall, College Green, Bristol BS1 5TR.
Great day at the Mem
With £726 of vital donations collected and our profile significantly raised, Southmead Project enjoyed a hugely successful day out at Bristol Rovers’ Memorial … Continue reading “Great day at the Mem”Read more >
Pre-counselling programme funding boost
Southmead Project was given a much-needed boost in January, receiving vital funds to help deliver its pre-counselling programmes to those from challenging backgrounds. … Continue reading “Pre-counselling programme funding boost”Read more >
Tackling abuse with Bristol Rovers
Southmead Project CEO Dr Mike Peirce MBE and volunteers will be putting in an appearance at Bristol Rovers Football Club during a special event … Continue reading “Tackling abuse with Bristol Rovers”Read more >