Open call for Watershed’s Winter Residencies programme for UK based creative practitioners blending art and tech

A fantastic opportunity from Watershed who have just announced an open call for their funded Winter Residencies programme – they are looking for two UK based creative practitioners, who need time and support to develop ideas that blend art with … Continue reading

Read On

BFI London Film Festival partners with Watershed to screen 14 Festival previews to Bristol & South West audiences

Watershed is delighted to once again partner with the BFI London Film Festival to bring film lovers across Bristol and the South West a unique and innovative Festival experience in 2021, allowing audiences to enjoy both cinema and virtual screenings across the Festival from tomorrow … Continue reading

Read On

How Can The Law Support Collaborations across Art, Tech and Science?

Serpentine’s Arts Technologies unveils how in their latest reportLEGAL LAB Report 1: Art + Tech/Science Collaborations. Join the launch presentation on 7 September, 12 – 1pm BST live on Twitch @Serpentineuk with Victoria Ivanova, Serpentine R&D Strategic Lead, Alana Kushnir, Legal Lab’s … Continue reading

Read On

Art x Metaverse: Serpentine Looks to the Digital Future of Cultural Organisations

FUTURE ART ECOSYSTEMS is the second volume of the annual strategic briefing from Serpentine Arts Technologies team, exploring what it means to do ‘digital strategy’ at cultural institutions in a post-pandemic world. Contributions from DR JO TWIST OBE, THE IMMERSIVE … Continue reading

Read On

State of the World’s Fathers Report launches today

Today sees the launch of the State of the World’s Fathers Report 2021, the fourth edition of the globally recognized, biennial report produced by Promundo, dedicated to changing power structures, policies, and social norms around care work and to advance gender equality.  The … Continue reading

Read On

Bristol artist & activist brings Watershed’s outdoor space to life

 Watershed, Bristol’s much loved independent cinema, cultural centre and supporter of emerging talent, has commissioned a series of stunning illustrations and poem called Heart of Lightness from artist and activist Lucy J Turner to transform and bring life to their outdoor space as part … Continue reading

Read On

WritersMosaic – Discover new writing from underrepresented literary voices

“These are the voices I craved for decades of my life in Britain – the sheer talent, multiplicity of stories, identities and perspectives commissioned by WritersMosaic shows its potential to change our literary landscape. It could not have come soon enough.” … Continue reading

Read On

Nomadic AND Festival resurfaces along Manchester Ship Canal + River Mersey

Festival of new cinema, digital culture and art Thu 27 May – Sun 11 July 2021 Resurfacing for seven weeks from 27 May – 11 July, Abandon Normal Devices Festival, the UK’s only roaming digital festival, will be presented in a brand … Continue reading

Read On

SWCTN blog: Exploring the datafication of students

Timely and insightful blog below from South West Creative Technology Network (SWCTN) Data Fellow Dr Annie Blanchette. More details of Annie’s work and the other 23 Data Fellows and 6 Prototype Teams on the SWCTN website: www.swctn.org.uk. And see the … Continue reading

Read On

Watershed partners with Philosophy and Politics teams at UWE Bristol and MUBI

CONVERSATIONS ABOUT CINEMA – THOUGHT IN ACTION On Thursday 25th February 2021 Watershed is launching a series of free online panel discussions called Conversations About Cinema: Thought in Action – a new partnership with the Philosophy, Politics and International Relations … Continue reading

Read On