We are delighted to announce that PECo Theatre has received a project grant of up to £43,600 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund towards ‘City of Threads – 7 decades of VI oral history ’. Made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, with additional ongoing support from Arnolfini, University of Bristol and Watershed’s Pervasive Media… Continue reading Press release: HLF Funding success for City of Threads
We are looking for a Creative Technologist to programme wearable technology that allows VI wearers to map and record their own narrative and bio-data as they travel through the city then process the data captured during the journeys, in consultation with the wider contributors, for public presentation. The accessibility and function of the technology used… Continue reading Creative technologist needed for Arnolfini city fellows project
We are delighted to announce that PECo’s artistic director Rachel Aspinwall and core artist on the Dark City project Holly Thomas, have been appointed Arnolfni city fellows. Read Arnolfini’s press release below! Arnolfini announces our City Fellows – two ambitious art projects created for Bristol by Bristol. Arnolfini today announces two ambitious and experimental projects… Continue reading Rachel Aspinwall and Holly Thomas are Arnolfini City Fellows!
[image of a universe with the pupil of an eye in the centre] Dark City Podcasts are a series of interviews by veteran blind broadcaster Alan Dyte, with members of the visually impaired community, made in Bristol between October 2018 and April 2019 Interviewer: Alan Dyte – Alan was educated at the Bristol Royal School for… Continue reading Dark City Podcasts
PECo theatre is running outreach Dark City Sessions, connecting with a variety of visually impaired groups and organisations to share the developing work and get inspired! Working with a group of visually impaired core collaborators and others in Bristol, PECo theatre is developing ‘Dark City’ an immersive multi-sensory theatre piece exploring visual impairment. Dark City… Continue reading DARK CITY SESSIONS
PECo Theatre are looking for a Project Facilitator for their Dark City Sessions, an integral strand of the R&D for a new multi sensory, interactive theatre piece called the Dark City. What we are looking for. Someone with strong organisational and group facilitation skills able to manage a small refreshments and marketing budget and preferably… Continue reading DARK CITY SESSIONS PROJECT FACILITATOR
PECo Theatre are looking for a Creative Producer for Dark City, their new multi sensory, interactive theatre piece based in the world of people living with visual impairment, that is currently in its research and development phase. What we are looking for. You will be positive, proactive and imaginative, with excellent communication and networking skills.… Continue reading CREATIVE PRODUCER WANTED FOR DARK CITY PROJECT
We are delighted to announce that thanks to funding from Arts Council England National Lottery, Bristol Ageing Better and the Quartet fund plus a residency at the marvellous Pervasive Media Studio at the Watershed in Bristol, the Dark City project has officially begun! The funding allows PECo to undertake a development period for… Continue reading DARK CITY RECEIVES FUNDING!
‘Thanks to money raised by National Lottery players, we’re delighted to support this project to bring people of all ages and backgrounds together to celebrate the fascinating history, diverse heritage and exciting future of their neighbourhood.’ Nerys Watts, Head of HLF South West. PECo Theatre has received £9,900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)… Continue reading National Lottery support for Redcliffe Present Perfect: Histories of Now project!