ANNETTE CARMICHAEL


DISTRIBUTED, COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE

In this workshop you will experience the collaborative process developed for Annette Carmichael’s Distributed 15. This multi-sited work is currently in development by choreographers, sound designers and visual artists living and working across a 1000km corridor called the Gondwana Link.

Explore the foundational processes of Distributed 15 including the development of shared values to support cohesive making, using online ‘Containers of Knowledge’ as a curated base for inspiration, creating ‘Stems’ of artistic material that are stored online and adapted by artists working in different locations and working within an overarching storyline while still responding to emerging narratives.

Annette Carmichael is a national leader in community cultural development who uses contemporary performance to drive social change and support community wellbeing. She brings professional artists and community members together to create original, experimental works. STRUT Dance is supporting Threads 2, 3 and 6 of Distributed 15.

The workshop will be facilitated by Annette and Project Dramaturg, Anthony Coxeter.

Participants will need to bring a laptop or tablet to access the 'Containers of Knowledge' and 'STEMS' drive.



Lecture and Showing

Can't make it to the workshop but still interested? You are invited to attend a free lecture and showing at 3:30pm on Friday 24 June at King St Arts Centre where Annette will share the results of her creative development Distributed-15, Thread 8, and will talk about the connection with the Gondwana Link, and intercultural collaborative structures.

 

WORKSHOP DATE

June 20 - 21

Price

Free (for 2022 Strut Dance members)

Venue

King Street Arts Centre

Participation

By registration for STRUT Dance members interested in community and regional dance pracitices.
Registrations are now open.
Book HERE
 

LECTURE AND SHOWING DATE

June 24 st 3:30pm

Price

Free

Venue

King Street Arts Centre, Studio 1

Participation

Register your attendance at the lecture HERE