Just a very quick post now that I’ve had time to let it sink in/recover from the celebrations – I passed my viva on Tuesday and pending minor corrections will officially be Dr. Watterson! Hurray!!
I’ve just finished setting up my professional freelance website – for all your archaeological visualisation needs! Head over to http://www.alicewatterson.co.uk to see my portfolio and do get in touch if you’d like to discuss any potential commissions or projects.
On the 5th June I’ll be talking at the Storystorm workshop being held at the Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studio… The event is free but you do need to register, which you can do HERE. StoryStorm Workshop: Heritage Stories and Digital Technology The StoryStorm Network is a collaborative exchange of methods for storytelling […]
First off, a disclaimer that this post isn’t particularly research focussed so if you’re allergic to fun turn away now…still with me? Ok. Last week I returned from a fantastic adventure to the Middle East where I visited one of the ‘New Seven Wonders’ of the world – the ancient Nabataean city of Petra in Jordan. […]
I’ve recently been working with the University of St Andrews as a research assistant on their Open Virtual Worlds project. Their research team have been developing an interactive virtual model of the village on Hirte for the Taigh Chearsabhagh museum and arts centre on North Uist as part of their St Kilda exhibition. As some of you might […]
Just submitted my PhD thesis to the Glasgow School of Art registry! The count down to the viva begins…
Made it home to Glasgow after a busy weekend in London running the Neolithic Art workshops for children at the British Museum’s Samsung Digital Discovery Centre. It was loads of fun and the kids did brilliantly – they were great at guessing the answers to my questions in the prehistory gallery, made some lovely wee Neolithic […]