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Potential Connections

Posted on Tue 21 Oct 2008

George and Helen are developing a project to be showcased as part of Encounters Film Festival (November 18th-23rd). Excerpt taken from page28 of the Festival Brochure. 'PotentIal connectIons''George and Helen are two digital artists from bristolwhose work experiments with narrative formationand…

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Prototype Demo One: Typos and Team bonding

Posted on Mon 20 Oct 2008

The first official PMStudio blog for Happy Pacakges Phase 2. Many many things to discuss (What are we calling it? How best to describe it without giving the secret ingredient away? Who to pitch it to first? etc etc) but I'm going to jump in at the deep end with a brief run of the current state of…


Memory Maps: Image, Place and Story

Posted on Wed 15 Oct 2008

At the beginning of July 2008 Constance went to Memory Maps: Image, Place and Story at the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge. It was run by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, who had a similar symposium in 2007. Check out…


Young people's clubs

Posted on Wed 15 Oct 2008

Two ways that 9-13 year olds can get involved with the studio is by coming to the clubs that are currently being developed,

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(re)Making Stories

Posted on Wed 15 Oct 2008

This week I spent time away from the computer making things with paper and glue (please excuse the picture quality...) Firstly I made a little book, with tissue paper between each white page. I then chose a story that was created with 'After We Come and Go' and cut it up in to…

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Notes and ideas

Posted on Mon 6 Oct 2008

Note books, very useful things especially as a tracking method to record and review trains of thought, George and I both have very nice black note books and we also have our Ideas Scroll, a large roll of cream lining paper. Rather than regurgitate the contents of our note books…

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Playing games

Posted on Tue 30 Sep 2008

A late entry reflecting on the goings on of Igfest. The fact that Igfest was free to all was something we both took great pride in, especially when promoting and communicating the events to members of the public and volunteers alike. The pioneering nature of an event such as Igfest whose aims are to…

Stefan plays Rainbow Rain

igfest photos online

Posted on Fri 26 Sep 2008

Photos from last weekend's igfest (interesting games festival) are now online. See the igfest team's photos at Flickr and view the photo pool/add your images here. Full Festival report to follow.