Watershed and Smart Oxford are delighted to announce the winner for the first Smart Oxford Playable City Commission is UK based Guerilla Dance Project, who will encourage citizens to activate beams of light to map constellations from the night sky onto with their winning Star Light, Star Bright project.
On Thursday 27 July, Bristol City Council Cabinet endorsed a report which would introduce funding cuts to its range of youth services including a cut to Online Youth Services, a contract currently held by Watershed through which we deliver Rife Magazine, RifeGuide and Go Places To Play.
You can forget what you thought you knew about puppets, Bristol Festival of Puppetry is returning to the city between Fri 1- Sun 10 Sept to start conversations with audiences – showing how iPads can become hand puppets, film and animation can be a form of puppetry, and that puppets, just like humans, come in all shapes and sizes, with different abilities.
Our current Artists in Residence Aidan Moesby and David Lisser have been busily working up their projects at Pervasive Media Studio. With research spanning the creative repurposing of weather-sensing equipment to industrial cannibalism, let’s take a closer look at what they’re up to and how you can get involved…
We are thrilled to introduce the 15 incredible people who will be joining us on Watershed’s new global talent development programme Creative Producers International.
We currently have an Open Call for Watershed’s 2017 Residencies and thought it would be helpful to tell you a bit about some of our past residents and what they are doing now...
Watershed receives continuing Arts Council England National Portfolio Funding until 2022
We’re getting excited as there is only one week left until this year’s submission deadline (Mon 3 July) for DepicT!
Watershed have teamed up with virtual reality pioneer Catherine Allen to produce a season of immersive experiences in VR this June (Wed 14 – Sat 17 June) - the first of its kind for a UK independent cinema and arts venue.