8-14 year olds are invited to a 3 hour hands on workshop with Toby Harris, an artist and engineer exploring live events and audience interaction...where they will work together to build their very own IRL video racing game.

Attendees will explore elements of video games and then, using micro-bits, sensors, LED light strips, remote control cars and LOTS of cardboard will experiment with how they bring those games to life, they might even win the racing cup!

Tickets are free, but places are limited. Each group of young people must be accompanied by 1 adult, grown ups are invited to get stuck in too.

Please visit the main Watershed website to book tickets for this workshops

This workshop will be supported by Tony Bhajam, Producer at the PM Studio. If you have any questions or if there's things we should know to help you and your young people to be comfortable during the session get in touch with him.

Please note:

This workshop may be photographed; please let one of the team know if you don't wish you or your child to be photographed

What is the Pervasive Media Studio?

The Pervasive Media Studio is a research and development space based within Watershed that hosts an amazing community of artists, creative companies, technologists and academics.

Our family workshops are made possible with support from Arts Council England and our partners in Pervasive Media Studio, the University of Bristol_ and UWE Bristol._