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18 August 2015

The USBee

An excellent mural created by a group of young people for #STEAM week at KWMC. The USBee was made by recycling parts of old, broken tech.
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11 August 2015

Via group KWMC

Letting off STEAM at KWMC

Youngsters learnt how to build and programme robots today at Knowle West Media Centre. It was one of the many activities taking place during the organisation's STEAM week (Science, Technology, Art and Maths) which runs until Friday 14 August for young people aged nine and above.
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17 June 2015

New art work from The Laser House

Nice to see artwork at Zero Zero Easton by Fiona at the Laser House in Filwood Green Business Park
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3 June 2015

I'm Staying Launch

Excitement's high at KWMC for the big switch on of I'm Staying by Shaun C Badham tonight at 7!
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20 May 2015

Mother in the Mother - now in Southmead Hospital

As seen on 24/7: http://www.bristol247.com/channel/culture/art/exhibitions/bristol-families-in-mothering-portraits
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6 May 2015

I'm Staying comes to KWMC

Artist Shaun Badham and the team from Bristol Biennial installing the neon sign at the Media Centre
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14 April 2015

Do you want your own bespoke Memory Chest or reminiscence workshop?

After MemoryScapes success over the past few months, KWMC has decided to create bespoke memory chests and reminiscence workshops for local community groups. So, if you work for an organisation that supports people with dementia, or you know a group of older people or young people who might be interested in exploring the history of Bristol through a sensory reminiscence experience, please get in touch with me. lucinda.thelwell@kwmc.org.uk, 01179030444
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11 March 2015

A Trip down Memory Lane

All enjoyed the chance to see the Memoryscapes exhibition and share stories past and present over afternoon tea.
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3 March 2015

MemoryScapes Tea Party, this Thursday at KWMC 5pm - 7.30pm

We are now setting up for the MemoryScapes tea party and exhibition at KWMC. The event is free and open to everyone and we will also be providing complimentary afternoon tea. Hope to see you there!
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