We’ve been genuinely struck by the creative ideas of our artists in residence over the past year. With themes of climate change, communication, Brexit, identity, food futures and LGBTQ histories, research has spanned many concerns. Hosted within the Pervasive Media Studio, the artists have pushed themselves and their practice. So what have they been up to?
Clare Reddington, Watershed’s Creative Director, has been nominated for a WOW - Women in Creative Industries Award 2018, alongside fellow nominees such as Imogen Heap and FKA Twigs, for her contribution to Bristol’s culture.
Exploring what difference 5G might make to culture, society and the economy
We are delighted to announce that Watershed is extending its partnership with the British Film Institute (BFI) in a new four year plan to extend choice for experiencing films and to create opportunities for talent across the South West, including Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Please join us on Sat 17 Feb to help celebrate ten years of the Pervasive Media Studio.
Surreal musical journey, Fantasynth wins inaugural virtual reality arts award. Fantasynth’s success at virtual reality arts festival Limina VR Weekender highlights the creative potential of musical VR.
Navigate through Bristol’s LGBTQ+ history; discover people of the African diaspora who are accomplishing amazing things; meet satirical home appliances that expose the impact of social media; and experience performance that brings equality to deaf and hearing audiences - these are the remarkable ideas being explored by our New Talent Residents, who begin their journey with us in January.