Adapt Your Creative Practice In A Digital Space With Chantal Wynter
Saturday 29th August, 2-4pm. Delivered online.
This session explores adapting creativity into a digital context. As a producer and artist, Chantal’s practice has been built on traditional modes of presentation such as live performance, site-specific works, public guided walks, soundscapes in situ and projection. This new circumstance has forced us to look at new forms of online engagement while adapting our practice. Artists have experienced positive and negative outcomes.
This session investigates inspiration and motivation, developing content, collaborations in isolation, learning new technology, access to technology, engaging audiences, challenges and health well-being.
Chantal will lead the session for the first hour. This will be followed with guest artists Youjia Lu, Liz Crash, Jinghua Qian, Rebecca Jensen, dancer Amber Mccartney and more. They will talk about their own practices followed by a live Q&A.
Suitable for both experienced and emerging artists.
More about Chantal Wynter: Chantal Wynter is a Melbourne based creative producer who creates interdisciplinary work in collaboration with Local Government, artists, arts organisations, galleries, festivals, educational institutions, community and businesses. Chantal has extensive experience in developing, facilitating and delivering creative projects in a community context both small and large. Her interest lies in producing on-site encounters that combine mediums to express a subject or theme.
- A functioning communication device with a microphone and camera – phone, computer or ipad
- To be familiar/comfortable using online video platforms such as Zoom
- A quiet/ish location for focus
- A space in front of your device where you can explore full body movement with ease