- Time: 2.00pm
- Categories: stage@leedsDigital
Our digital creative literacy has had an enormous boost during the period of lock down. Formerly niche platforms like ‘Teams’ and ‘Zoom’ have become as familiar as Facebook and Youtube. Many creatives have moved on-line, with a raft of singer songwriters delivering gigs from their couches and cultural heavyweights such as the National Theatre and Sadlers Wells broadcasting shows from their websites. But is this really digital performance and what happens when we go back to normal?
Join stage@leedsDigital for a panel discussion about what constitutes Digital Performance and what the future might look like for digital creatives in the future.
Artistic Director stage@leeds/stage@leedsDigital
Founder of Closed Forum and Guild Producer East street arts
Co-founder Uncanny Theatre
Open Source and University of Leeds student
Dr. Amelia Knowlson
Teaching fellow, University of Leeds, School of Performance & Cultural Industries, with expertise in the use of digital technologies in museums and the culture sector
Strategic Development Manager, University of Leeds, School of Music
Andie Mills (Technical Co-ordinator stage@leeds)
Jessica Rowland (Technician, stage@leeds)