Digitised: Communities Online
Frequently Asked Questions

Documentary portraiture project by photographer John Frederick Anderson.


Community photography project based in inner city Bristol


Visual art, photography, poetry, decorate eggs, poetry and prose from a Steiner community.


Photographic and cultural exchange project involving young people from Bristol and Oporto.


A collection of music, movies, animations and more by young people participating in creative digital media projects at Watershed.


Visual art, poetry, theatre performance and film made by artists with learning difficulties.


To help you get the most out this site here are a few handy tips. Below is a list of frequently asked questions. If your enquiry isn't covered under any of these please send us an email and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Can't find what you're looking for? Use the site map.

The page doesn't appear to load correctly in the browser I use. Why don't you fix this?

The pages on this site have been tested with Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 on Mac and PC, Safari, Chimera and Mozilla. It was decided to satisfy the majority of users' needs rather than produce a limited version that would work on very old browsers.

Why can't I find the page I am looking for?

Have you tried using the site map? This contains a list of all the different subjects, and their associated directories. It may be that the information you are looking for has not been published on this web site; please note that new content will be added at regular intervals until the project ends.

Why does my browser say there is an error 404?

An Error 404 indicates that the page your browser requested cannot be found or does not exist. Often this error is the result of a 'broken link'. That is a link to a page that is not where it should be, often because it has been moved. If you encounter a broken link on this site, please email web_dev@watershed.co.uk and give the address of the page where you found the broken link.

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Which plug-ins do I need to view the site?

Some downloadable document require Adobe Acrobat Reader to be installed, but browser-viewable versions of these documents are also available

Who can I email to make a suggestion about the site or to report a problem?

Please email web_dev@watershed.co.uk to report problems or give any feedback on this site.


What is Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat software is a tool for creating electronic documents that can be viewed on a wide range of computer systems and software, regardless of versions and which fonts are installed. Acrobat converts text and image files to "Portable Document Format" (PDF), a standard for electronic distribution that faithfully preserves the look and feel of the original file complete with fonts, colours, images, and layout.

Downloading & Installing Adobe Acrobat

The Acrobat Reader software which is used for opening PDF files can be downloaded from the Adobe wed site for free by clicking on the link below and is straightforward to install on most computers by double clicking the installer icon.

click Acrobat logo to go to Adobe download page


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