The Urbanimals - winner of the Playable City Award 2015 – have been unleashed onto the streets of Bristol. This new interactive public artwork invites Bristolians and visitors to play with animated creatures projected in surprising and little-used corners of the city
Love short film? Watershed's super short filmmaking competition, DepicT!, challenges filmmakers to make compelling microfilms of 90 seconds or less. The 20 shortlisted films stand to win awards at the upcoming Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, but the winner of the Audience Award is entirely up to you...
What's happening in September - including the bouncing, hopping, swimming and crawling Urbanimals, the mysterious Stick House and more...
Join us for something a little different on Fri 21 Aug when Cuisine+Colour are hosting an unusual bespoke sit-down meal here at Watershed, where colour is delicious and cuisine is to dye for – and you’re invited to devour their divine creations!
Hot on the heels of the thrilling climax of the Tour de France and spectacular win for Chris Froome, plus Bradley Wiggins’ new World Hour Record, Watershed proudly presents the return of Cyclescreen, Bristol’s very own dedicated bike film festival from Thu 20 – Sun 23 Aug.
We are delighted to congratulate Pervasive Media Studio resident Laura Kriefman on being awarded a huge new £30,000 award to bring synchronised dancing cranes to London.
No Boundaries 2015, the annual conference exploring the role of arts and culture in contemporary society, happening at Watershed and partner venue HOME in Manchester, is delighted to announce their second wave of contributors for the industry’s annual conference.