In the third week of our ten week series with IQ by Intel, we assess how multi-device consumption is changing the way content is created.
Theatre needs this and it doesn’t need this. Because theatre is the land of paradox. But it still needs this.
Is this virtual reality system the future of theater sets?
Full of possibilities. Still, this is stagecraft…spectacle. We continue to seek the right mix of theme and plot, as well.
He is spot on. Absolutely right.
Where are Neil Postman and Charles Weingartner now that we need them the most?
The Harmony Institute shares insights on measuring the impact of digital games.
Processes over genres.
We need a new vocabulary to describe participatory arts, says Shipra Ogra – we know it exists but what’s it all about?
People wanna play.
This discussion-based blog explores the intersection of arts management and online technology. Technology in the Arts is a service of Carnegie Mellon’s Center for Arts Management and Technology.
Read this and imagine. Interacting with the play BEFORE the performance? So many possibilities.
New York’s well-received Sleep No More is not as flawless as its reviewers have alleged. But easy changes can be made for a better experience with interactivity.
An aspect to immersion that must be considered.
We love to organize things into boxes: black or white; red state or blue state; mustard or ketchup. We like to categorize subject matter, too, and teach it in discrete bits. We silo subjects. In one
Something I have been saying for a long time.