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.
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’ (www.kwmc.org.uk/bristolapproach) and will take place in the Data Dome at the At-Bristol Science Centre.
Free tickets can be reserved at spectaculecture.eventbrite.co.uk
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.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org