ArtsCross Taipei 2011
Bringing together artists and academics for a three-week creative process
followed by a conference and performances
|led by:||Beijing Dance Academy|
|Taipei National University of the Arts|
|ResCen Research Centre, Middlesex University|
|Queen Mary, University of London|
Are the arts of East and West as separate as they might sometimes seem?
In a shifting world, what can different practices of artmaking and criticism say to one another across the linguistic, cultural, geopolitical, and geographical distances which might lie between them?
Performance is always a collaborative process – between artists for example, or between artists and their audiences.
How might this collaboration be extended across cultures, and across the differing sorts of participants involved?
ArtsCross brings together an international group of artists, academics, policy makers and audiences to address these very questions (and more) by making and observing work together, writing on blogs, in academic journals and in the media, and by meeting and engaging one another in dialogue in studios, on stages and online.
The Creative Process begins on 1 August at Taipei National University of the Arts
Conference and Performances
Saturday 20 August 2011:
Conference 9:30 to 17:30
Sunday 21 August 2011
Conference 10:00 to 13:15
|Ping Heng||Taipei National University of the Arts|
|Zhang Ping||Beijing Dance Academy|
|Christopher Bannerman||ResCen Research Centre, Middlesex University, London|
|Martin Welton||Queen Mary, University of London|
Additional Conference Speakers and Contributing Participants
|Theresa Beattie||Independent Arts Consultant/Producer- UK|
|Lin Hwai Min||Director of Cloud Gate Dance Theatre|
|Donald Hutera||Freelance Dance Writer and Journalist|
|Alistair Spalding||Keynote Address /CEO and Artistic Director Sadlers Wells Theatre, UK|
||Artistic Director, Step Out Arts Agency, UK|
Patrons to ArtsCross, ResCen Research Centre, Middlesex University
Dr. and Mrs. Richard & Rosalind Lee