PAUSE, PLAY, PERFORM
Posted by Team APATA | May 12, 2022
With limited opportunity for national and international mobility in the Arts Sector, the last two years have revolutionised artist and audience engagement in digital and hybrid performance. In response to these new ways of collaborating, making, and presenting, APAM will run an immersive digital program exploring the market for hybrid and digital performance.
PAUSE, PLAY, PERFORM is a digital program running 24-27 May.
Registrations close 18 May so register now. Free to attend.
- Digital Sovereignty – Technology on our Terms. A First Nations Panel discussion on self-determination in the digital space.
- The opening day Keynote with Dr Kate Craddock, an innovator in both programming and presenting hybrid and digital work.
- BlakDance + BlakForm: An in-depth look at how BlakDance engaged and adapted their Critical Response Process to create constructive virtual dialogue for works in development.
Check out the full four-day schedule HERE
PAUSE, PLAY, PERFORM will include digital and hybrid performances, works in development, deep dives into the innovative practice of presenters and companies, talks, networking, and artist-led workshops.
Over four days we will come together to share the works, ideas and ambitions of Australian and New Zealand artists and companies as well as gain insight into the innovative work of our international colleagues. A multidisciplinary event, PAUSE, PLAY, PERFORM will invite participants from across the country and internationally to engage in a digital program of performance, dialogue, and networking. Participants will include national and international presenters invited to attend by APAM.
Through PAUSE, PLAY, PERFORM, participants will engage with a diverse, multidisciplinary program of work by Australian artists and companies including Moira Finucane, Danielle Freakley, Jessica Wilson, Ruby Donohoe, AUDIOPLAY, and Lu Yang with Exhibitionist.
Register before Wednesday 18 May to join 100+ virtual attendees for PAUSE, PLAY, PERFORM