The Great Art Jumble 2015 is fundraising for NKKP

Screen shot 2010-09-28 at 22.22.58The highly successful Art Jumble in 2011 sold works by the likes of Andrew Mania, Ben Newman, Aardman Animations, Danny Wainwright, Viv Baker, Danny Capozzi, Ciara Phelen, Lucie Sheridan, Teneya Steed, Raisa Veikkola, Lady Lucy, Bryony Budd, Dan Buzzo, Anna Lucas, Spike Print Studio, Simon Webb, Verity Keniger, Aurelia Lange, Tom Bugs, My Two Toms, Sony award winning photographer Tamany Baker, Adam Faraday, Jerwood collected Aaron Sewards, MOTORBOY, Beardyman, Francois and Rozi, Kayle Brandon, Mr Hopkinson, Dudley Sutton and many more….

The 2015 Great Art Jumble promises to be even more extraordinary. It will be held at Cafe Kino on Stokes Croft, Bristol over the weekend of the 12 &13 December.  The curated set of art works, pictures, photos, music, films and thrift will all be in a price range you can pick from. A perfect winter’s gift.

To find out how you can donate, submit or sell your art work via us with the commission going to NKKP please contact

Marko and Dave have been projecting to audiences ranging from 300-500 people each evening

Amidst heat, humidity, dust and mosquitoes, Marko and Dave have been projecting to audiences ranging from 300-500 people each evening. There’s more demand than we can supply and so the HAITI KIDS KINO PROJECT is being welcomed with open arms.French language films are going down great — Ballon d’Or from Guinea, The Red Balloon and Kirikou Et La Sorciere. Slapstick and comedy work very well too… our very first screening was in a small camp in Cite de Soleil in Port au Prince; the programme was – La Belle Fille et Le Sorciere (short – France) Shaun the Sheep – Kite (short – UK) Hedgehog In the Fog (short – Russia) Ballon D’Or (feature – Guinea).. and the crowd loved it! One of the highlights was the whole audience singing and clapping along to Vic Reeves singing the theme to Shaun the Sheep. We’re hoping to continue this great work after Marko and Dave’s return and rainy season passes. Please get in touch if you’d like to be involved in any way.

photos – Ian Rosenberger/Dave