Watershed hosts European Cinema Night

Watershed was one of only two cinemas in the UK to host this year’s edition of European Cinema Night with a special free preview of the German arthouse hit System Crasher followed by a Q&A with the film’s producer Frauke … Continue reading

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Watershed supported artists scoop top awards at IDFA

Victoria Mapplebeck’s The Waiting Room VR and Duncan Speakman’s site responsive audio tour, Only Expansion, were awarded the IDFA DocLab Award for Digital Storytelling and the Special Jury Award for Creative Tech in Immersive Non-Fiction respectively, at a ceremony in Amsterdam last week. Both projects are supported by Pervasive Media Studio – a … Continue reading

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Cape Town TV launches ‘The Womxn Show’ on gender-based violence

Cape Town Community Television (CTV) is launched a new show, The Womxn Show, on Tuesday, 15 October 2019. The show, funded by the Ford Foundation, looks at women’s issues with a focus on gender-based violence and gender justice. South Africa … Continue reading

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Interactive art studio Invisible Flock awarded ACE grant

Leeds-based interactive art studio, Invisible Flock, is one of 46 recipients of the Arts Council England Capital: Small Grants programme, which will allow them to invest in cutting edge digital tools, residencies, workshops and partnerships, and continue to innovate in … Continue reading

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Watershed welcomes new Leadership Team members

Watershed is delighted to welcome Anne Wong-Erven as General Manager and Sharmaine Lovegrove and Parys Gardener to the Watershed Board. Anne Wong-Erven takes up the new role of General Manager and joins the Executive Leadership team, working across the organisation … Continue reading

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South West Creative Technology Network: Data Fellowship Call

INVITATION TO APPLY SWCTN is a £6.6 million project to link research to development by expanding the use of creative technologies and supporting business growth across the region. Today SWCTN annouce they are seeking to appoint 24 Data Fellows to … Continue reading

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1 in 5 bisexual people have been sexually assaulted at work

Today is Bisexual Visibility day. It’s a day to celebrate bisexual people across the globe and highlight the history and culture of the bisexual community and address the issues faced by it. For Bisexual Awareness week , 16- 22 September, I have … Continue reading

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Critically acclaimed choreographer Alexander Whitley premieres ground-breaking new work

OVERFLOW – trailer from Alexander Whitley on Vimeo. “Whitley has a fecundity of ideas, the skills to make them theatrical and he floods the stage with feelings and vivid, stimulating dance” – Financial Times Alexander Whitley, renowned choreographer working at … Continue reading

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Life Through Extraordinary Mirrors Opening: Tomorrow

12 Sep 2019 – 23 Nov 2019 This September, Life Through Extraordinary Mirrors, a group exhibition at October Gallery features the work of Romuald Hazoumè, Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga, Cyrus Kabiru, Zak Ové, Alexis Peskine, LR Vandy and Cosmo Whyte. The show will … Continue reading

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The Southwest Creative Technology Podcast

Produced by Harry Willmott and Lukus RobbinsHosted by Harry Willmott | A Podcast about the creative technology people and projects in the Southwest and beyond The Southwest Creative Technology Podcast wants to interview, enquire, discuss and learn about all the people, … Continue reading

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