Living City: The Anatomy of a Green Capital at Architecture Centre until 10 Aug 2014

Do try and pop in to the Architecture Centre (between Arnolfini and the Youth Hostel just near Pero’s Bridge) to see the current exhibition, it is about  what makes a healthy and sustainable city.

Public health colleagues here and at UWE (part of a Bristol Health Partners Health Improvement Team) have helped with this, it is there until 10 August 2014.

Opening hours

Wednesday to Friday, 11am – 5pm

Saturday and Sunday, 12 – 5pm

Closed all day Monday and Tuesday




Living City: The Anatomy of a Green Capital

Exhibition: Wednesday 7 May to Sunday 10 August 2014

'Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing – not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.' World Health Organisation constitution

Just as the health of individuals relies on a balance of body mind and spirit, the health of a city also relies on a shared condition of physical mental and social well-being. Using a ‘city as body’ analogy, this exhibition explores what is needed to make a healthy, happy city.

The exhibition centres around a model made by Amalgam for the Centre for Sustainable Energy, as well as case studies and key documents, alongside activities for families and a large unusual portrait of Bristol by artist Andy Council.

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