Producer and Theatre Maker Joe Bunce is available to talk about developing and connecting with with an audience online.
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For many years, a small proportion of artists have dabbled in the latest technological developments, whilst others remain steadfastly analogue.
Since 2020, the need to connect to audiences digitally has became more ubiquitous and urgent; many artists and organisations innovated to find solutions other than, “the same as before, but this time, it’s on Zoom”. And as the world cautiously opens up, some have stayed online, whilst many more have explored what a ‘blended’ physical/digital artistic practise might look like.
Whether you’re a festival producer, creative educator, solo artist, or community practitioner, we can explore options for a new digital practise that complements your creative work; whether that means reimagining your use of existing platforms, or creating your own.
About Joe Bunce
Joe is a digital artist, theatremaker and producer, based in Sheffield. As artistic director of Paperfinch, he has created interactive theatre experiences for Theatr Clwyd, Migration Matters Festival, Grassington Festival and SlungLow. As a digital artist, he has helped design innovative digital events and festivals for The Bare Project, Ignite Imaginations, DocFest Migration Matters and Sheffield Theatres.
Book a session on one of the following dates and a 30 minute slot will be allocated to you and details sent via email:
5.30pm – 7pm on the 6th of June
1pm – 3.30pm on the 15th of June
If you have any questions about this session, feel free to contact [email protected]
The session will be hosted online and a zoom link will be shared on the day.
These workshops are being delivered thanks to the support of the Sheffield Culture Consortium and the Freelancer Fund.