Be warned, the following text will use all possible synonyms for the colour ‘green’ and may cause feelings of awe and vertigo

By Lorelle Mykoo Have you never been to the Peak District before?  If like me you’re an urbanite, you may be wholly unaware of the relevance of it’s being. Well, let me try and set the scene: serene green fields, … Continue reading

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Winner of the first Smart Oxford Playable City® Commission ‘Star Light, Star Bright’ maps the night sky onto the streets of Oxford

Smart Oxford Playable City Commission reveals the first winner of the commission which places shared experience firmly at the heart of the future city. Friday 4 August 2017: Today Watershed and Smart Oxford are delighted to announce the winner of … Continue reading

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Abandon Normal Devices (AND) | Festival of New Cinema, Digital Culture & Art

// Press Release Thu 21 – Sun 24 September 2017 Abandon Normal Devices Festival | Festival of new cinema, digital culture and art | Castleton, Peak District National Park (UK) Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival, the UK’s only roaming digital … Continue reading

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Confessions of an overseas intern | Part 6: So, You Think You Nose Soho?

by Sanka Pityana Want an interesting yet obscure way to learn your way around London with the added benefit of not spending money? Look for the noses (and ears) of Soho… You can find the art on the walls of … Continue reading

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Confessions of an overseas intern in London Part 3 – Open air art misty wet with rain

By Sanka Pityana Last Tuesday we had a Ladbury ‘day out’ – a team trip to the stunning Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) just a few miles from Wakefield Westgate station to see the arresting work of British Trinidadian artist Zak Ové, who we represent. We met up at … Continue reading

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Congratulations Watershed on receiving continuing Arts Council England National Portfolio Funding until 2022

Watershed is delighted to be confirmed as a continuing part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio and looks forward to sustaining Watershed’s leadership and innovation role in the cultural ecosystem. With a focus on collaboration and partnership, Watershed is recognised … Continue reading

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The Ageas International Salisbury Arts Festival 2017: Full programme unveiled

As winter thaws and the darkness gives way to the first glimmers of spring… With pleasure, we announce the vibrant and eclectic programme that sees the city of Salisbury resound with artistic encounters of all kinds: the Ageas International Salisbury … Continue reading

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Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival A Festival of Delightful Surprises

I wanted to just record a few impressions of this unusual and imaginative festival. Yes, there were the big names – Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, The Early Opera Company and the magnificent Philharmonia Orchestra – all duly appreciated and received with … Continue reading

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A Taste of Africa in the Heart of London

The sun is shining brightly on Arnold Circus in Shoreditch, East London. But today there’s even more colour in the air than you’d expect from a regular Summer Sunday – and the palette is a vibrant mix of reds, blacks, … Continue reading

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Wine… And all that Jazz

At 6pm on a Tuesday evening in London, the sun finally broke through the rainclouds that had been haunting the city since dawn and illuminated the cobbled, labyrinth that is Soho. It was at this time that the country’s foremost … Continue reading

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