Van Gogh exhibition extended in Bristol - new venue, dates and how to get tickets
Following a hugely successful run since its launch in April, the immersive Van Gogh exhibition at Propyard has announced that it will be extending its show time.
Originally set to end on the 3 September, the impressive digital art experience has now been extended to the 2 October, inviting the public to continue to enjoy the exhibition.
Even after a five-month residency in Bristol, the immersive experience is continuing to wow the public and receive high praise, allowing the team to put into motion the extended timings.
But, for those of you who haven’t yet made it to the sell-out experience, what exactly can you expect?
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience takes you on an awe-inspiring journey into the transcendent universe of Van Gogh to explore his life, his work and his secrets as never before.
The effects are all created through dynamic 360-degree digital projections, VR experience, and an enchanting atmospheric light and sound show.
It’s this incredibly different approach and 100% immersive nature of the exhibition that has got people returning again and again, and talking about it amongst their peers.
This multi-sensory experience guides the viewer through a ten-minute journey on “a day in the life of the artist”, providing a chance to discover the inspiration behind some of his most beloved works including Vincent’s Bedroom at Arles, and Starry Night Over The Rhone River.
Five months have passed since the digital strokes of genius first appeared at Bristol’s artistic hub in the heart of St. Phillips and local artist, Farrah Fortnam, was commissioned to create a Van Gogh inspired mural trail across the city, leading people to the exhibition.
Clearly, the exhibition is doing something very right, so make sure you snap up tickets this time in order to not miss the final month!
Sam Watts, Propyard co-founder said: “We’ve had such positive feedback from visitors and watching them as they come out of the experience is such a wonderful thing.
“The 360-degree projection room is a definite favourite for most people and it can be pretty powerful when you’re in there, so we’re glad to be able to give people another chance to make it down if they haven’t already.”