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Scenekunstens Årsmøde #4

Katie Mitchell about sustainability, internationalisation & digitalisation.
Katie Mitchell about sustainability, internationalisation & digitalisation.
Daniel Flendt-Dreesen om festivalen Tomorrow.

Talks and conversations as part of the Annual Meeting for Performing Arts in Denmark, on 1st June 2021. Moderated by Tore Leifer. Arranged by CPH STAGE, Danish Theatre, The Arts Council, The Danish Theatre School – Further Education, The Development Platform for Performing Arts.

Art in the Time of the Climate Crisis

TRAVERS in conversation with Connie Hedegaard.
TRAVERS in conversation with Studio ThinkingHand.
TRAVERS in conversation with Ida Petersen from Sein.

Art in the Time of Climate Crisis er udarbejdet i samarbejde med Travers med støtte fra Nordisk Kulturfond.

Se også projektets andre formidlingsvideor lavet af vores nordiske samarbejdspartnere i netværket TIDE:

Malmö Kunsthals: Unga havsambassadörer sätter press på dem som bestämmer

CPH STAGEs seminar: STAGING SUSTAINABILITY

STAGING SUSTAINABILITY
CPH STAGEs seminar om bæredygtig scenekunstproduktion

CPH STAGE introducerede på dette webinar d. 2. juni 2020 inspirerende eksempler på hvordan man kan producere scenekunst på en bæredygtig måde. Vi præsenterer en række af de mest innovative løsninger inden for bæredygtig omstilling fra udlandet og her er det første uddrag fra seminaret.

Oplægsholder Ben Todd, direktør for Arcola Theatre & Arcola Energy i London.

Arcola Theatre vandt i 2018 The Stages Sustainability Award for deres fortsatte arbejde med at gøre Arcola Theatre mere bæredygtigt. Arcola Energy er teatrets søster organisation, der arbejder med grøn energi, både på scenen og ude i andre sektorer.

Moderator Søren Stockholm partner i Worldperfect i Aarhus.

Arrangementet var støttet af Statens Kunstfond og Bikubenfonden.

Mat Adams in conversation with Sargun Oshana

Meet Mat Adams in conversation with Sargun Oshana – a talk about digital performing art in the future”, took place during CPH STAGE’s virtual industry days, on the 3rd June 2020, Danish director Sargun Oshana met the co-founder of Blast Theory (UK) Matt Adams for a talk about digital performing art, Nina Branner from Iscene.dk was the moderator of the talk.

What happens to the performing arts when it is digital – what works? What doesn’t? The last couple of months people have been forced to take new paths. What does this means for the way we meet the audiences now and in the future?

This talk is supportet by the Danish Arts Council.