Free Family Workshops at the Pervasive Media Studio

Free Family Workshops at the Pervasive Media Studio

Season

Please note: this season finished in Aug 2019

Join us in our extraordinary space - the Pervasive Media Studio - this summer for a series of free family workshops run by some of our amazingly talented Studio residents.

We've got an anarchic show about grit, glitter and daring to be different (Liz Clarke - I'm Bitter About Glitter), an exploration of silhouette animation (Emma Hughes - Animation Creation), and a chance to take apart gadgets and everyday household items to create strange creatures and weird machines (Mufti Games - Taking Things Apart).

The Pervasive Media Studio is a research and development space based with Watershed and hosts a brilliant community of artists, creative companies, technologists and academics. It is a collaboration between Watershed, University of Bristol and UWE Bristol.


Previous events in this season

Taking Things Apart (and making something new!)
Please note: This event took place in Aug 2019
Workshop
Join Studio residents Mufti Games for a free family workshop where we will take apart gadgets and everyday household items and use the components to make 2D pictures and 3D sculptures, creating strange creatures and weird machines that you can take home.

Animation Creation with Emma

Studio Family Workshops
Animation creation with Emma
Please note: This event took place in Aug 2019
Workshop
Join Studio resident Emma Hughes to delve into the world of silhouette animation, where paper and cardboard figures, with hinged joints, are moved by hand and shot with stop motion photographer.

I'm Bitter About Glitter

Studio Family Workshops
I'm Bitter About Glitter
Please note: This event took place in Aug 2019
Workshop
Join Studio resident Liz Clarke and her company for this anarchic workshop with your family. Celebrating all our identities and inspired by the narrative of her successful show I'm Bitter About Glitter, we will create magical lands and think big thoughts.