The Arts Connect Thrive research and development bursaries were created to support and invest in the cultural sector to innovate their practice, in particular their digital work with children and
The Arts Connect Thrive research and development bursaries were created to support and invest in the cultural sector to innovate their practice, in particular their digital work with children and young people aged 0-25yrs.
Thrive recipients have been exploring new ways of evolving their artistic/creative practice through developing audiences, engagement or participation and growing and adapting their current offer through digital approaches.
The Thrive sharing events are designed to inspire and inform the arts and cultural sector. Each Thrive recipient will share their learning and findings from their research and development journey to date.
The theme at this event is: Theme: Physical and Digital (Dance, Theatre, Performance)
Linden Dance Company
Research question: Using the Linden DC ethos, how can we empower young people through the embodiment and education of mental and physical awareness, by developing a robust, shareable methodology?
Research question: How can we use digital gamification tools to make immersive dance theatre that can reach and engage young people aged 13+?
The Other Way Works
Research Question: How can we develop a new offer for children and young people in the area of interactive theatre? Can we build on our previous collaborative creative projects with children and use our interactive projects aimed at an adults, as a basis for developing a format?
Research Question: How can ‘choral’/collective voice contribute to participatory (political) performance-making and art interventions in public and digital spaces?
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 12:15 pm