Part 4 of 4: Rethinking Presenting and Touring – sharing visions and concerns for the future of live performance and digital performing arts
This fourth – and for now last – conversation explored different views of the challenges and opportunities posed by life that suddenly became digital and visions for a way forward.
Panelists from across Canada shared how they are currently experimenting with digital modes and where they are finding audiences. They discussed who pays for digital dissemination, and how audiences might regard it now and in the future.
Concerns about the lack of high speed internet for all Canadians and how that places some at a systemic disadvantage came to the forefront, as did the need to integrate existing technologies into new solutions to suit today’s digital needs of artists and arts organizations.
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View or download the presentation for the webinar on Part 4 of 4: Taking Digital Action_April 3, 2020.
- 0:00 Welcome, Acknowledgements
- 2:18 Panelists this week
- 6:26 Introductions
- 10:48 Recap: words of wisdom and framing the challenges and opportunities
- 24:40 Proposed vision – what is yours
- 28:10 Gillian Reid, Artist Representative
- 33:50 Kevin Korchinski, Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils
- 40:14 Laurie Gillis, Atlantic Presenters Association
- 44:00 Francis Remedios, Yard Bird Suite Jazz
- 50:14 Gary Joseph, Thru the red door, Six Nations
- 54:23 Barb Miller, Six Nations Social Services Special Programs with Gary Joseph
- 1:01:16 Pam Patel, MT Space / IMPACT festival
- 1:13:29 Duncan Sinclair, Jazz Yukon
- 1:33:39 Darcy Campbell, Confederation Centre for the Arts
- 1:49:50 Barb Miller
- 1:56:49 Kevin Korchinski
- 1:57:55 Gary Joseph
- 2:00:39 Pam Patel
- 2:03:40 Laurie Gillis – closing