“Does my ad look big in this?” – Guest Talk with Nadia Craddock

“Does my ad look big in this?” – Feminist responses to corporate advertising A guest talk with Nadia Craddock Tuesday 4th December 2018 7pm Mild West Room, Hamilton House, Stokes Croft, BS1 3QY Facebook event Feminist movements were amongst the earliest agitators against sexism in consumer marketing. From the consciousness-raising cultures of women’s groups of…Continue reading “Does my ad look big in this?” – Guest Talk with Nadia Craddock

Spark: measuring what matters in St Werburghs

As part of the ongoing community arts billboard project in St Werburghs, artist Bill Posters recently spent three days talking to local residents about what’s important, and what’s not important to them, about their local community.   At the same time, over 60 surveys were completed by residents providing an opportunity to have their say….Continue reading Spark: measuring what matters in St Werburghs

Remove abandoned billboards that blight our city

Press release: 2 August 2018 A local Green councillor for Clifton Down in Bristol has successfully applied for an unsightly abandoned billboard on Whiteladies Road to be removed. Her work follows successful campaigns by local communities across Bristol to remove billboards in St Werburghs, St Pauls and Christmas Steps, and continuing work by the campaign…Continue reading Remove abandoned billboards that blight our city

Bristol pushes back on digital advertising screens

Adblock Bristol press release: 12 June 2018 Public objections to new digital advertising plans in Bristol are showing the council that people don’t want these intrusive, unwelcome screens in the city’s public spaces. But campaigners say that despite the decisive show of public opinion and a lack of understanding about the harmful impacts of this…Continue reading Bristol pushes back on digital advertising screens

Success! 34 digital advertising screens rejected by Bristol City Council

We’re delighted to say that Bristol City Council have rejected the proposals for 34 new digital advertising screens on our streets, which we first reported on here. Thank you Bristol City Council, and big thank you to everyone who objected to the proposals – your voices will have helped the Council step up and say…Continue reading Success! 34 digital advertising screens rejected by Bristol City Council