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
Please note: This was screened in Aug 2019 The first Horrible Histories film follows in the footsteps of the best-selling, beloved book series and the award-winning TV show to transport you back to Roman Britain (with lots of laughs along the way).
Please note: this season finished in Sept 2019 To celebrate the brilliant new Aardman: Animating Early Man exhibition (6 July—3 November) by our friends at M Shed, join us for a season of family screenings featuring some of cinema’s most celebrated prehistoric characters and creatures.