CULTURE TESTBEDS FOR PERFORMING ARTS AND NEW TECHNOLOGY!
ACuTe is a trend setting, large-scale European innovation project aiming to revolutionize the way theatre and performing arts are produced and performed with emerging technology and new forms of cultural collaboration and competence development.
ACuTe will be delivered via a strong partnership of 14 leading theatres, universities and creative arts organizations including Ars Electronica, the European Theatre Convention, and Europe’s first Academy for Theatre and Digitality. From 10 different European countries, this consortium will achieve new approaches and models for testing of new technology leading to audience development, co-creation, and capacity development within performing arts and theatre institutions.
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The ACuTe consortium consists of 14 members (all beneficiaries) from 10 different eligible countries. Six different work packages and associated milestones will be delivered throughout five project stages by experienced performing arts professionals, external experts and academic advisors from the consortium, the three research partners – The Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonia; Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; and Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Finland as well as the theatre network organization – European Theatre Convention (ETC).
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ACUTE‘s second residence took place from 18 to 29 September in the centre of Society and Contemporary Culture, Azkuna Zentroa. On this occasion, the National Theatre Marin Sorescu (Craiova-Romania) was able to work on its experimental production Reconstituirea. Based on the film “Reconstituirea 68” directed by Lucian Pintilie in 1968 and considered by several critics… Read More »Prototyping artist as designer of experiences
When and how did theatres adopt technology? You can find a written overview of technological theatre from the past to the present in the report “From past to present: the journey of technological theatre”, written within the framework of the ACuTe-project. The report outlines the historical and theoretical background needed to develop the objectives of the ACuTe-project. The report places current developments in historical context and discusses the… Read More »WHEN AND HOW DID THEATRES ADOPT NEW TECHNOLOGIES?
Open Call for an Expert in Residence at the Academy for Theatre and Digitality in Dortmund for an interactive and large-scalecity game bySlovene National Theatre Nova Gorica The Nova Gorica city game takes place in the framework of the ACuTe project. Supported by Creative Europe, ACuTe is a pioneering, large-scale European innovation project. Focusing on new… Read More »Open Call for an EXPERT IN RECIDENCE
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