If you’ve ever wondered what goes on in the Pervasive Media Studio, then drop in for one of our Open Studio Fridays. From 10am every week, we are delighted to host you up until 17:00, when you can set up camp on a hotdesk, share a cuppa and tell us what you’re up to, or allow us to help facilitate conversations within the resident community. All we ask is that you attend our free weekly talk that we programme with engaging speakers from both the Studio and our wider community.
We do recommend booking in advance as spaces for the talks continue to be popular, but feel free to take a punt and join us as there always tends to be room. You can book on the individual event pages for each talk.
Studio staff and residents alike will be around to chat, answer questions or tell you more about what we do.
When spending time at Pervasive Media Studio, we ask that you behave in a way that aligns with our inclusive values. You can read more about these on our Visit, Access & Behaviour page.
The PM Studio is wheelchair accessible and there is an accessible and gender neutral toilet. There is also a baby change area.
The last talk of every month is BSL interpreted. We have a dedicated quiet room where there is low lighting, sofas, bean bags and space to lie down. This is away from the general open space of the Studio.
We also have some adjustable desks for working at different heights and some stand up desks available as well.
We have a single desktop computer available if you would prefer to watch the talk on that, or use it for anything you are working on. This is allocated on a first come, first served basis.
If drop in systems aren't accessible for you, please email email@example.com to book in. When you book in, we will link you up with a member of our team who will reach out to find out where you would like them to meet you and what time you will arrive. That team member can also arrange a time for you to visit the Studio for a 1-2-1 tour so you can familiarise yourself with our space before attending. We have a dedicated quiet space and dedicated quiet desks area, which all visitors are welcome to use.
Read more about our facilities on our Visit, Access & Behaviour page.