3:00 PM15:00

Christmas & New Year Opening Hours


Flux has now closed it's doors for Christmas.  We will re-open at 11am until 5pm on Friday 28th & Saturday 29th then close for New Year until 11am on Friday 5th January.  

Purchases from our online shop over Christmas will be handled on 28th & 29th Dec. Purchases from our online shop over New Year will be despatched when we reopen on Friday 5th January 2018.  

Thanks to each and every one of our wonderful makers, customers, students and neighbours.

We wish you all a very merry Christmas and a fabulous New Year!

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Christmas Steps Lights Up!
5:30 PM17:30

Christmas Steps Lights Up!

  • Christmas Steps Bristol, England, BS1 5BS United Kingdom (map)
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Join us from 5.30pm onwards this Thursday evening as the Christmas lights throughout Christmas Steps Arts Quarter, our wondrously unique neighbourhood, are switched on. Many of the shops and businesses will be open later than usual, including our marvellous neighbours Stafford Townsend, Makers, Blaze, I am Acrylic, Weber & Tring & 20th Century Flicks.  There'll be some special offers and live music on the Christmas Steps. 

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Meet the Maker: Angie Kenber
6:30 PM18:30

Meet the Maker: Angie Kenber

Come along and meet artist Angie Kenber whose exhibition of wonderfully vibrant abstract paintings are currently on show.  

Angie Kenber is a Bristol-based professional abstract painter, working in bold and expressive colour.  Her beautiful jewel-coloured abstract paintings evoke feelings of joy and freedom.

Angie paints on canvas and wooden furniture, and her work is printed onto luxurious cushions and high quality coasters.

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'Where Stories Begin' - David Chilton
to Oct 28

'Where Stories Begin' - David Chilton

Our next exhibition is 'Where Stories Begin' -  David Chilton's solo exhibition.

Bristol based ceramicist David Chilton was born in the West Country and studied studied at Cardiff.  He works in the medium of porcelain paper clay; hand building delicate, figurative vessels and sculpture from sheets of clay. Formed by a technique developed and refined over time; his work is enhanced by the use of glazes, precious lustres and metallic oxides. 

David  takes particular inspiration from a variety of mediaeval and 18th Century techniques, references in decorative and fine art as well as historical and contemporary fashion.  

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