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Creative Studio in Stokes Croft

Urban Design Studio has a studio workspace coming available in Stokes Croft.

It has an area of 475 sq feet -it is L-shaped in plan and looks great. It shares use of a kitchen and small meeting room and a secure yard for bikes.

We offer flexible terms with one months notice. You take care off your own electricity bills, phones and business rates (it is eligible for small business relief). Heating is through a gas boiler -bills are shared shared pro rata with other studios. 

Available from 16th Sept, possibly sooner.

Viewings from Monday -contact chris@urbandesignstudio.org

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#SmartCityDampDataCitizen Spectaculecture

Wed, 07/09/2016

To celebrate the 2016 Bristol Biennial, Knowle West Media Centre invites you to a special performance exploring how creativity and technology can be combined to bring about positive social change.

Artists Paul Hurley and Caleb Parkin present a 'Spectaculecture', exploring how technology and data can be used for the common good through a playful mix of performance and poetry. 

The performance has been created in response to their journey with 'The Bristol Approach to Citizen Sensing', a programme we have been working on since autumn 2015, and will take place in the Data Dome in the At-Bristol Science Centre.

Paul Hurley and Caleb Parkin are interested in arts and participation, both separately and in collaboration. They work in different contexts (galleries, community centres, universities, cafés, on bikes, in factories) and enjoy experimenting and playing, and never quite knowing what’s going to happen.

For more information about The Bristol Approach visit www.kwmc.org.uk/bristolapproach

Book your free place at http://spectaculecture.eventbrite.co.uk

Location: Data Dome, At-Bristol Science Centre, Anchor Road, Bristol, BS1 5DB
Date: 7 September 2016
Time: 7.30-9pm

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