The previous five years of electricdecember.org are still available
to view and explore:
Electric December was launched in 1999 as a "31-day selection
box of fun and festive 'virtual chocolates', produced to celebrate
Bristol's creative energy at the start of a new millennium".
Electric December 2000 is an advent calendar that looks to 2001
and imminent broadband networks, it looks forward creatively to
the future and offers a taste of what is to come. A live webcast
by Bristol saxophonist Andy Sheppard also featured this year.
This year's contributors have each interpreted life in the city
at a particular hour of the clock. Over the 24 days of Electric
December 2001 a picture of city life gradually assembles as we
travel from 0100hrs on Sat 01 Dec to midnight on Mon 24 Dec.
This year’s contributors are the largest and most diverse
group yet. A varied mix of creative companies, schools and young
people, community groups and artists, who have come together to
produce 24 digital delights.
The fifth year of Watershed’s seminal digital advent calendar
sees the project getting bigger and better as creatives, schools,
artists and community groups from Cornwall & Plymouth join
with Bristol & Bath contributors to double the fun.
to this year's calendar
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