Join us for a ‘Bristol Approach’ event in the Data Dome

12 Aug, 16 by Phil Higgins

The Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC)  has organised two free events to learn more and get involved with ‘The Bristol Approach to Citizen Sensing‘ – a new framework for running inclusive, community-driven digital projects that involve sensor technologies.

#SmartCityDampDataCitizen Spectaculecture

When: Wednesday 7th September, 7.30pm
Where: Data Dome – Anchor Rd, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5DB
As part of the Bristol Biennial 2016, artists Paul Hurley and Caleb Parkin will 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’ ( and will take place in the Data Dome at the At-Bristol Science Centre.

Free tickets can be reserved at

Commons Club Brunch

When: Saturday 10th September, 11am
Where: All Saints’ St, Bristol BS1 2LZ

Find out more about The Bristol Approach over coffee and cake and explore how the collective act of ‘common-ing’ can help us bring about social change. Join us for our first ‘Commons Club’ Brunch at The Phoenix Cafe.