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The Fourth Plinth

Monuments represent history, power and art. Have you ever considered yourself plinth-worthy? We decided you are. For this year’s Quayside festival Somerset Film’s Creative Technologist Richard Tomlinson created a virtual Bridgwater. We asked people to send us their best plinth poses to upload them into our town centre game.

Play the game, avoid pesky pigeons and place yourself on the plinth.

Tuzzle

Each June we host a number of work experience placements for young people who work to a live brief. They were asked to research and develop a game especially for older people living in residential care homes. Their creation 'Tuzzle' is part jigsaw puzzle, part quiz. Click the image to play.

Tuzzle

Grains of Truth

Created for the 10 Parishes Festival by House of F artists Nick Bickford, Rachel Gundry, Phil Hocking, Annie Jeffs and Dave Williams working with Ignite Somerset, our programme supported by Arts Council England to pass digital skills on to audiences and artists alike. Click the image to play.

Grains of Truth game

Belonging

This work was the culmination of project working with community groups to explore the theme of Belonging, commissioned by Bridgwater Town Council and supported by Awards for All (National Lottery Community Fund). The work they created culminated in an interactive exhibition. Click the image to interact.

Belonging