Even before Covid-19, the performing arts were changing rapidly. The integration of technology was altering how new works are conceived and created, audiences expectations were changing, and social media was transforming the promotion and sharing of performances. These, and other, influences were challenging the traditions of each art form and reducing the boundaries between them. The process of revolution has sped up during the Covid-19 period, with numerous arts organisations moving performances online and seeking new models for funding their work.face
To understand how performing arts training might change in the future, we need to grasp how the arts are transforming now and where this might lead in the future. To help us, we are joined in this webinar by Sarah Ellis (Director of Digital Development, Royal Shakespeare Company), David Quah (Artistic Director, Bel Canto Singer) and Helen So (Researcher, Our Hong Kong Foundation Limited). Join us as we seek to identify the revolutions that are changing the arts.
Director of Digital Development
Royal Shakespeare Company
Bel Canto Singer
Our Hong Kong Foundation Limited