• How To Botch A Relationship

    Fri 12 Jun, 2009

    Listening to Jon Drori on How To Botch A Relationship at bTWEEN. An extremely enjoyable presentation on how to reinforce prejudice and kill collaboration.

    Posted by Clare Reddington

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  • Liverpool > Bristol - bTWEEN cities live link next week

    Tue 2 Jun, 2009

    This year, for the first time, Watershed in Bristol and Cornerhouse in Manchester are hosting a series of live webcasts of bTWEEN sessions aimed at anyone interested in new applications of digital media.

    Posted by Clare Reddington

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  • Media Sandbox May Newsletter

    Mon 1 Jun, 2009

    Posted by Victoria Tillotson

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  • Learning Histories

    Thu 28 May, 2009

    Between November 2008 and May 2009, the organisations involved in Interchange (Watershed, Spike Island, Arnolfini, The Architecture Centre and Picture This), evaluated the project using the Learning Histories model.

    Posted by Victoria Tillotson

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  • Artists Residencies Showcase

    Thu 7 May, 2009

    Watershed's latest artists residencies are focused on using technology to realise great ideas. Join us to celebrate their work, which explores the boundaries of music, dance, theatre, games and sonic art.

    Posted by Grace Denton

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    The Guerilla Dance Project © Mike Harwood
  • Crisis is always the best opportunity to do something fresh

    Thu 30 Apr, 2009

    Dick Penny, Managing Directer of Watershed wrote this article for After the Crunch a 100-page book where 42 artists, entrepreneurs, commentators,analysts, policy-makers, policy-sceptics, academics, financiers – and citizens – set out their hopes and fears for the future.

    Posted by Clare Reddington

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  • Media Playgrounds

    Tue 21 Apr, 2009

    Tarim presented PTTP at Dorkbot this evening, one of last year's Media Sandbox projects, and created a group etch a sketch using mobile phones on the building opposite the Pervasive Media Studio.

    Posted by Clare Reddington

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    A group etch a sketch using mobile phones
  • Extended Theatre project

    Tue 21 Apr, 2009

    The iShed team got on our new 'cycle scheme' bikes today and headed to the Bristol Old Vic, where Sally Cookson is working with HP Labs to devise a new piece of theatre to research wearable cameras and how technology can extend and ultimately enhance a live performance experience. Read more about the project here.

    Posted by Clare Reddington

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    New piece of theatre exploring wearable cameras during staging of plays
  • Writing reports for Technology Strategy Board

    Sun 29 Mar, 2009

    Alex Stanhope of the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) came into the Pervasive Media Studio on Friday to talk through how to write up useful, usable reports on Creative Industries feasibility and fast track grants

    Posted by Clare Reddington

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  • SXSW delegation heads out to Texas

    Wed 11 Mar, 2009

    Two iShed-managed delegations of the country’s leading digital creatives are heading over to Austin, Texas this week to attend this year’s SXSW Interactive festival.

    Posted by Clare Reddington

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