Events

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Catherine Allen

Catherine led the creation of two of the BBC's first VR experiences and provides her expert op-eds, comment and analysis to outlets including Wired magazine, The Guardian, VRFocus, Gizmodo, Tech Radar and Tech Crunch. She is…

Emma Hughes

Since graduating in Drama from the University of Bristol last year, Emma has been involved in numerous creative projects in film production and community-driven arts, as well as marketing for Oxfam festivals.She has a passion…

We are proud to present the inaugural Limina VR Weekender, an opportunity to discover a range of world-class, artistic VR experiences right here at Watershed. The weekender has been curated by Pervasive Media Studio residents Catherine Allen and Emma Hughes and coincides with the launch of their new VR company Limina Immersive.

From cutting edge dance, to a VR wildlife safari, to a trip through a surrealist painting, this weekend of immersive experiences will open your senses to an emerging new world of creative potential.

For full details of the festival programme, and to buy tickets visit Limina VR Weekender


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Upcoming Events

c/o of 3-Fold Games
Lunchtime Talk

Can games be serious?

Fri 14 Aug 13:00-14:00

Studio resident Claire Morwood & Chella Ramanan of 3-Fold Games will be introducing their recently released video game, Before I Forget - a short narrative exploration about a woman suffering from early-onset dementia.

Ocean Confessions Credit: Brian Hartley
Lunchtime Talk

Breaking theatre is more fun than making theatre

Fri 21 Aug 13:00-14:00

In this talk, studio resident and theatre director Tanuja Amarasuriya discusses her approach of making theatre by not doing it “properly” and the idea that how we tell our stories is as important as which stories we tell.

Far from paradise c/o Tessa Ratuszynska
Lunchtime Talk

Far from Paradise - Radically Re-imagining Social VR

Fri 28 Aug 13:00-14:00

Resident Tessa examines the exclusionary repercussions of designing Virtual Reality for a uniform ‘ideal user’, & explores the potential of social VR to generate new visions of public life, community & connectedness.

Past Events

If you are interested in previous events at the Studio, take a look at our events archive.