Wisbech: take part in augmented reality project The Brink

The Brink, June - October 2017

Do you love dreaming up new stories? From fantasy to fiction, time-travel to alien-invasions, this project will fire up your imagination!

We're running a series of story workshops to gather bold and imaginative futuristic stories about Wisbech and we'd love you to be involved. Come along to these story-making session and work with leading artist and poet, Lucy Sheerman to create new stories. Some of the stories will be selected and used to create an interactive trail of digital experiences in and around Wisbech. 

Story workshops

Wisbech Library, meeting room
Tuesday 4th July, 2 - 5pm

Rosmini Centre, Wisbech, PE13 2PH
Wednesday 5th July, 6 - 9pm

Everyone is welcome, let us know if you can come along to this story-making session by emailing info@collusion.org.uk or simply drop-in and take part.

About: The Brink project team is made up of local Wisbech artists and creatives and two professional artists who will work between June and October 2017 over 12 sessions to create an interactive digital trail with the stories gathered during these community workshops. The final project will be showcased at a public launch in October 2017.

The in_collusion programme, a three year talent development programme, is helping creative people and businesses to develop new skills and ideas around three emerging technologies - artificial intelligence, data culture, and virtual/augmented/mixed reality. Collusion is working in Wisbech alongside four other hubs across the region: King's Lynn, Peterborough, Huntingdon and Bury St Edmunds.

The programme is supported by Arts Council England Ambition for Excellence fund, the Greater Cambridge, Greater Peterborough LEP, and tech partners, ARM and Cambridge Consultants. In addition, The Brink is supported by Market Place, the Creative People & Places initiative for Fenland and Forest Heath.