Posts Tagged ‘Team Rubber’

Happy Halloween!

Lorna Moir - November 4th, 2013

Big thanks to Becci and Tiff for masterminding a brilliant Halloween party, with the help of Hannah too the ground floor looked awesome! So awesome that the decorations are still there. maybe it’ll be like our Team Rubber Christmas tree and just stay up for the next 12 months until it’s relevant again.

There was a very impressive effort in terms of Halloween costumes, even if some of us were dashing around Primark in a bit of a last minute panic on Wednesday night.I think Christine’s ‘sharknado’ outfit took the imaginary most brilliant costume crown.

Quite a few rounds of beer / vodka / wine pong were played…

pong Happy Halloween!

We also had zombie shoot out games, creepy bad old film screenings, a sudden delivery of pizza courtesy of Mr Barrell, lots of decapitated doll body parts floating around and some ducks were shot to death by deer hunter Max’s toy gun….

duck shooting Happy Halloween!

In summary, an awesome halloween night and a very quiet Friday morning 🙂

group Happy Halloween!

Bristol Playable City Award winner has been announced

Lorna Moir - January 24th, 2013

Watershed’sPlayable City Award captured our collective imaginations from the minute we first heard about it, and so we were delighted to becomea sponsor. We’ve been honoured to be a part of the Award as it embodies the coolness of our hometown, Bristol.

Watershed has now announced the winning proposal,Hello Lamp Post.Congratulations go toPAN,Gyorgyi Galik andTom Armitage,the creative team behind the idea. This is an interactive project that embodies the playable’ ethos. Apparently, every postbox, bench, bollard and storm drain in Bristol has a code on it (who knew?). When Hello Lamp Post is up and running in summer 2013, people will be able to text the code to a certain number to engage those objects in conversation, such as:

Screen Shot 2013 01 23 at 09.30.57 Bristol Playable City Award winner has been announced

Our work is all about cool stuff like this – using technology to connect people with things, governments and each other. We can’t wait to see how Hello Lamp Post will connect people to Bristol in such an imaginative and intimate way. Everyone with a mobile phone will be able experience the project, and find previously lifeless and ignored objects endowed with personalities and feelings.

Roll on, summer!

 

What’s happening this week? (23rd-29th Jan)

Lorna Moir - January 23rd, 2012

MONDAY 23rd – Cinebabies and Quiz

#1 Cinebabies- Coriolanus: Cinebabies is a weekly daytime screening which allows parents to bring their babies (as long as their under 12 months) safe in the knowledge that they won’t bother other cinema goers. Coriolanus marks Ralph Fiennes’ directorial debut with this Shakespeare adaptation. Starts at 11am at the Watershed.

#2 Watershed Film Quiz– This quiz will include audio and visual rounds. IMDb have also donated special prizes as well as donating some of their own team to partake in the quiz! Starts at 8pm, £2.50 per person.

 

TUESDAY 24th – Animation and App training

#1 CineMe Animation Workshop– Joseph Wallace, a Bristol based film and theatre director will be presenting a 2 hour workshop introducing the art of stop-motion and puppet animation. Takes place at the Green Room in the Tobacco Factory, starts at 8pm. Tickets, £7.50.

#2 Mobile Apps Training Course– Tailored to designers and web developers, pay what you think it’s worth’ for this workshop on designing apps for iPhones and Androids. Places are limited to 12 participants, 9-5.30pm at the Pervasive Media Studio.

 

WEDNESDAY 25th – Artist’s and Digital talks

#1 Free Artists Talk: Jen Southern and Laura Sillars will provide a live demonstration of the new audio visual installation, Polyrhythmia. Participants are invited to take a Space Metronome’ on a journey and as they move, they hear the rhythm of the speed that they are travelling. Starts at 6pm at the Watershed.

#2 The Beauty of Digital: New technologies, old aesthetics and where the two meet, following on from Polyrhythmia, a panel of Digital creatives will share their experiences of where the old and the new meet in the digital modern age. Promising to be a lively and thought-provoking celebration of the creative possibilities of new technologies. Free event but must be booked in advance! Starts at 7.30pm at the Watershed.

 

THURSDAY 26th – Albert, Eco filmmaking and Slapstick

#1 Think Future Now – TV, Film and Albert: ThinkFutureNow is designed to produce a cultural change within creative companies in Bristol to help them become more sustainable, work smarter and reduce their environmental footprint.

This event is the perfect opportunity to learn about initiatives onsustainable TV and filmmaking and Albert (the BBC’s friendly carbon calculator).Guest speakers include Emma Peddie (BBC Sustainability team), Melanie Dicks (Greenshoot),Marina Traversari & Duncan Haskell (Icon Films) and Matt Golding (Team Rubber). 6.30 – 8 pm with drinks afterwards, FREE at BBC Bristol.

#2 Bristol’s Slapstick Festival: returning for it’s 8th year and it’s bigger and better than ever. This year’s special guests include writer, performer and television personality Griff Rhys Jones, Monty Python’s Terry Jones and Ian Lavender (Private Pike) from Dad’s Army. January 26th 29th with various venues and prices.

 

FRIDAY 27th – Winter Cider festival and Bristol place making

#1 Bristol Winter Cider Festival: A sell out last year! On offer will be over 100 ciders and perries as well as hog roast rolls and cheese platters. Somerset’s premier Wurzels tribute band The Mangledwurzels will be playing a full show at all three sessions to help you drink up thy cider. Brunel’s Passenger Shed £7.00 in advance.

#2 Pervasive Media Studio Lunchtime Talk – Bristol’s placemaker: Serial entrepreneur Mike Bennett has spent his professional life starting and running businesses such as e3, Goldbrick House & Bristol Media. Last year he became Bristol’s Place Making Director. His biggest project to date was See No Evil and he’s currently plotting a whole host of new ideas for 2012. In his talk he will be unpicking what it means to be a place maker and how the studio and wider community can get involved in shaping the city. 1 2pm FREE

 

SUNDAY 29th – Funny Stuff

#1 TumbleWeed Comedy Club is a brand spanking new comedy club at the Big Chill that aims to promote fresh and exciting new talent from this city and beyond. Go along, grab a sofa and warm yourself by the fire….or give the microphone a go.

#2 Omid Djalili: The multi-award winning stand-up, international film star, and acclaimed writer/producer goes back on the road for the first time in 3 years with his brand new show. Colston Hall 8pm, £19 a ticket.

Team Rubber Office Pic

- September 9th, 2009

Team Rubber Ghost Busters HQ

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Korean Lazer Ball – yeah!

- September 26th, 2008

Hey all!

JessG here – n00b blogger for the TeamRubber blog. Just thought I’d put up a little note about the TeamRubber Korean Lazer Ball experience from last Sunday @ Igfest. Lovely Helen told us all about this a few weeks back and we all wanted to join in with gusto. And join in we did!

Alex: Yeah!

alex yeah Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!

After much planning (not!) we decided that uniforms might be a good idea, as there was a prize for the best costumes for the KLB tournament. So we spent some time on Thursday/Friday coming up with some concepts and I got to work on ’em over the weekend – if you ask me, I think they look rather spiffy:

klb go team Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!

The team was made up of myself, Matt Wilkes, Ant George, Alex Pitkin and Heather Craggs (who has been on maternity leave recently, so good on her for joining in, even with the little one in tow!) and we rocked peoples socks – there was even a cheering section for “TeamRubber” which spurred us on, we thought, towards victory.

klb a happy moment Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!

But it wasn’t meant to be; unfortunately, we didn’t win :(. We were beaten 22-26 – the “winning” team came up from behind in the last like 10 seconds. But we did win the award for best costume XD! Check it out:

goldenocto2 Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!

How pretty :D.

Well, I don’t have much more to say for now, so I’ll leave you with some more shots from the day:

antandwilkes Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb a shoulder to lean Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb come on Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb handclap Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb everyone 001 Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb victory Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb kapow Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb wilkes Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb owens Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb the boys 001 Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!klb the team Korean Lazer Ball   yeah!

Yeah! Well done team ^_^