The digital world calls for new thinking and new ways of working together. Its challenges affect everyone - artists, performing arts organisations, broadcasters and distributers alike.
This session will tackle these challenges head on, with new best-practice examples and new creative ideas from three leading practitioners in the field of digital and the performing arts.
The panel examines the following questions:
- What does it mean to realise a legacy art form and maintain artistic excellence in a digital world?
- How can digital engagement help to keep artists and art forms relevant and fresh?
- How do we build community and connection in a noisy world?
This panel will provide some possible answers and strategies to add to your digital tool kit!
Head of Digital Development BBC Arts
Maniura examines partnership and creative collaboration in the public service space, through the lens of a major arts sector collaboration on Shakespeare.
Executive Vice President and Provost at New World Symphony
Kieser looks at the challenges and opportunities for artists, performing organisations and higher education establishments.
Elizabeth W. Scott
Executive at nRapt
Scott examines emerging opportunities in the commercial digital realm, and the benefits of content aggregation and its associated Big Data, focussing on her work in developing nRapt, an early stage streaming platform and engagement hub for the Performing Arts.