Livestream 19 March
The Art, Culture, Heritage and Tourism industries relied heavily on the physical presence of people for their visitor footfall figures and audience numbers. The cost of producing engaging experiences and performances requires funds to finance these attractions.
In this episode, I'm joined by UtopiaArts' Frances Rifkin and Graham Lucas in what won't be the last discussion about Equity's 'Performance for All' funding policy which asks us to examine and challenge the way the performing arts is finances in the UK.
Perhaps I was a little over dramatic blaming the entire World! OK... When the Internet Won't Play.
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I love to connect people. I love the internet for its capacity to do just that. It needs a human touch though. The magic of theatre does not happen without the stagemanagement and crew. Any event needs a team. A digital event is no different. Before Covid19 I was very much about the augmentation of the digital in parallel with the physical. Can I get the best of the physical and distill that into the digital experience? Yes and No, More or Less? Personally done properly the digital experience can have more merits as to out weight the physical. Not all the time but for some that isn't an option.
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