布里斯托爾藝術家Niki Groom繪製了 "快樂 "的難民舞蹈活動
Women from all over the world meet up in the city to dance to the music of different countries they represent.
"I feel that the work I do offers an opportunity to tell stories of specific people without showing photographs of them, because there is so much of a tendency to generalise," said the artist, who has also created artwork at refugee camps in Calais and drew the London vigil for murder victim Sarah Everard.
"I think me being a witness at so many events means I can report back on the reality rather than just the headlines."
Event organisers said: "Somehow she [Ms Groom] managed to capture not only the beauty of our members and of the day, but also the emotions felt by our communities as they come together.
"We were especially honoured that our new members of the Ukrainian community shared a traditional dance with us."
"What happens is they will play half an hour of music, say, selected by the Somali community, and this year there were people from Ukraine and China as well.
"So everyone dances to everyone's music. It's an opportunity to sort of let go and have fun and feel free."
Ms Groom said that because the event was organised by Refugee Women of Bristol, and is not open to the public, it wasn't a "spectacle" but a genuine mixing of communities..
"What is best for these women is to be in a safe environment where their identity is protected and they can have this great experience," she said.