Whose work is it anyway?
An interactive session exploring audience, innovation and digital technology led by Emma McFarland. Emma leads the innovation programme at The National Gallery alongside her work as an independent Innovation and Digital Producer and Consultant with organisations including Studio Wayne McGregor – where she leads the QuestLab Network programme – and Made by Katie Green. Emma’s work – spanning the arts, social inclusion and digital worlds – has always been about making new connections between people, ideas and disciplines which help us to do things differently and make more of a difference. She is joined by Rebecca Evans (Pell Ensemble) and Tony Adigun (Avante Garde Dance) to explore how technology and processes from the worlds of innovation and design can be used to enhance creative practice, inform new ways of working and build new kinds of relationships with and roles for our audiences.
Please register by 12 noon, Wednesday 7 October, for this event. Zoom links and information will be emailed in advance.
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Music: Dan Hayes (original music from (in)Dignity of Labour)
Clips: (in)Dignity of Labour, Strange Creatures are makeAMPLIFY and Museums in Motion and TAG are makeAMPLIFY with BEEE Creative and Puzzle Creature by Neon Dance
Image: Neon Dance .