[NetBehaviour] Online Performance Practice short course opportunity

Suzon Fuks suzonfuks at gmail.com
Wed May 4 21:36:51 CET 2022


Dear all,

I will be part of this great short course on online performance, being
offered by Queen Margaret University.

Helen Varley Jamieson, Karla Ptacek, course leader Bianca Mastrominico and
I will share our decades of experience.

6 Saturdays beginning 21st May.
More info below. Cheers.


Suzon
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From: Mastrominico, Bianca <BMastrominico at qmu.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 5 May 2022, 02:52
Subject: Online Performance Practice short course opportunity
To: SCUDD at JISCMAIL.AC.UK <SCUDD at jiscmail.ac.uk>


Dear Colleagues,



Please find below information on the Online Performance Practice short
course at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, which I am running on
Saturdays from 21st May to 25th June together with digital artists Helen
Varley Jamieson <https://www.creative-catalyst.com/> (UpStage, Creative
Catalyst), Karla Ptacek <https://www.artificialstage.com/> (Artificial
Stage) and digital ‘artivist’ Suzon Fuks <https://suzonfuks.net/>.



We are delighted to deliver digital skills in online performance making for
emerging and established artists in Scotland and beyond.



The course content includes the pioneering practice of cyberformance
<http://www.cyberformance.org/> developed by Jamieson, who will be working
on the newly revamped UpStage platform <https://upstage.org.nz/>,
improvisation and devising on Zoom through Digital HotSpot training
developed by my company Organic Theatre <https://www.organictheatre.co.uk/>,
hands on sessions on the ‘quirky parts of Zoom’ with Ptacek and working
with Fuks on how to navigate networked performance.



Thanks to Scottish Funding Council support places are FREE for anyone
living in Scotland, aged 25 or over and who meets at least one of the
criteria below:



-unemployed or at risk of redundancy

-self-employed and working within the creative and cultural industries

-employed by a Scottish arts, cultural, hospitality, tourism, or events
organisation



The course can be attended entirely online, if desired.



Link below for more details and the application form (*please note change
of date from the course webpage)


https://www.qmu.ac.uk/study-here/continuing-professional-development-cpd-courses/cpd-courses-folder/online-performance-practice/



I’d be grateful if you could spread the word to anyone interested!



Very best wishes to all,



Bianca



…



Bianca Mastrominico (she/her/hers)

Lecturer in Drama

Programme Leader BA (Hons) Performance
<https://www.qmu.ac.uk/study-here/undergraduate-study/2022/baba-hons-performance/>
 & MA Digital Performance
<https://www.qmu.ac.uk/study-here/postgraduate-study/2022/ma-digital-performance/>

Media, Communication and Performing Arts

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Email: bmastrominico at qmu.ac.uk



ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6827-7247

Associate Member of Centre for Communication, Cultural and Media Studies
<https://www.qmu.ac.uk/research-and-knowledge-exchange/research-centres-institutes-and-knowledge-exchange-centres/centre-for-communication-cultural-and-media-studies/>
 @QMU

Practice Research Projects: Flanker Origami
<https://www.organictheatre.co.uk/flankerorigami/> and Digital HotSpot
<https://www.organictheatre.co.uk/home/>



Recent articles:



Bianca Mastrominico (2022) Bodies:On:Live – Magdalena:On:Line, International
Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 18:1, 196-199, DOI:
10.1080/14794713.2022.2028340
<https://doi.org/10.1080/14794713.2022.2028340>



Mastrominico, B. & de Roza, E., (2022) “A Shift Towards Digital and
Participatory Performance Practice Post-Pandemic”, *Body, Space &
Technology* 21(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/bst.8047





Blogs:



https://www.qmu.ac.uk/campus-life/blogs/bianca-mastrominico/towards-an-ecology-of-becoming-digital-performance-research-under-covid-19/



https://www.qmu.ac.uk/campus-life/blogs/bianca-mastrominico/live-or-alive-a-reflection-on-performance-practice-in-pandemic-digital-times/



https://www.qmu.ac.uk/campus-life/blogs/staff-dr-rebecca-finkel-bianca-mastrominico/cooking-up-a-storm-discussions-about-decolonisation/



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