Created by Limbic Cinema and hosted by Arnolfini, Wildlife on the Waterfront will dazzle your senses and ignite your imagination
entry is free
From 27th February - 1st March, charity Send a Cow brings a FREE projected light show to Bristol harbourside. Telling the tale of the Living with Wildlife Appeal, and presented as part of Bristol Light Festival, the larger than life illuminations will run from 6pm – 10pm each evening.
Created by Bristol’s award-winning Limbic Cinema, and hosted on the iconic Arnolfini and UWE Bristol Bush House building, the bespoke projections will illustrate the plight of Uganda’s endangered wildlife.
The Living with Wildlife Appeal is a partnership between Send a Cow, which supports families in rural Africa grow their own futures, and the African conservation charity, Tusk.
As part of the Bristol Festival of Light weekend, Arnolfini will keep their gallery spaces open until 8pm to give visitors a chance to experience Angelica Mesiti's ASSEMBLY and Amak Mahmoodian's Zanjir. Entry is free of charge, donations welcome.
On Friday 28 February there is also a screening of the silent 1920 classic Der Golem with Sufi music duo Hashmat Sultana taking to the stage on Saturday 29 February.