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Tony Bhajam


Tony is an Inclusion Producer on the Bristol+Bath Creative R+D programme.

Photo of Tony Bhajam, Inclusion Producer, Watershed

Tony Bhajam, Inclusion Producer, Watershed

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Image of Sooah Kwak standing in the street in South Korea holding a sign that says We Are Living In A Knotted World

Gathering Moss

A digital landscape populated with artistic ideas made in response to the climate emergency.
Colourful paint explosion with the words MyWorld in it

MyWorld - Strength in Places

Watershed is excited to be a partner in MyWorld, a project led by the University of Bristol that will celebrate the West of England's reputation as an international trailblazer in creative technology and screen-based media.
Paul Blakemore

Bristol+Bath Creative R+D

Bristol+Bath Creative R+D is a new, £6.8 million collaboration to take the Bristol and Bath cluster to the next level by forging connections, sharing knowledge and creating new opportunities.

Tony Bhajam and Helen Jaffa | Reimagining recruitment

In his role, he supports collaborative research and business development asking big questions about how we nurture the creative industries in Bristol, Bath and the wider South West.

Specifically, his role explores inclusion methodologies within the programme. That means experimenting with new ways of working to create tools and processes which can be implemented far beyond the reaches of this programme.

Tony has worked in community engagement for almost ten years, particularly advocating for young people through arts and technology. He has also worked within creative research, building spaces for conversation and the sharing of ideas through play.

Through this work he has built projects which ask big questions about the purpose of our civic institutions. In the past that has meant developing projects exploring heritage organisations and the narratives they share, as well as how they are governed, or rather, who they are governed by.

Tony has also worked with organisations as disparate as local councils through to arts organisations to explore what resources they offer, and to who, and whether they are fit for purpose.

Tony loves biscuits and is always up for a cup of tea and a chat, so give him a shout!Email: