Watershed announces the shortlist for the fourth international Playable City Award, which launched earlier this year, inviting artists, designers, architects, technologists and creative practitioners from […]
Application for entries to the Playable City Award 2016 closed on 31 August. We are delighted to have received applications from 34 countries and from […]
“Had the most amazing opportunity over the last week co-creating with some of the most amazing minds… Diverse creative processes coming together… the immense possibilities […]
The Playable City® Award returns for a fourth year, inviting creatives from across the world to respond to the theme ‘Journeys’. Watershed invites artists, designers, architects, technologists and creative practitioners to propose distinctive ideas to make our cities more livable, hopeful and collaborative.
The UK’s first Smart Cities Index has named Bristol as the leading smart city outside London and leader in the UK for digital innovation, with Playable City recognised as a strong element of Bristol’s future city approach.
People have been asking why the Playable City Award 2016 hasn’t launched yet. And the answer is, we have been a little bit busy!
Tweets, images and updates from The Playable City Lagos lab, now under way.
We have arrived in Lagos, Nigeria for our Playable City Lab, which you can read more about here. In the meantime, read Hilary O’Shaugnessy’s blog […]
“I am writing a piece on Bansky” says the Japanese journalist interviewing me. “What is it about Bristol that makes it home to all these […]