APAM’s online platform for PAUSE, PLAY, PERFORM provides seamless connectivity to fellow participants all around the world and access to the program live and on demand.
Through the platform you will be able to view all the sessions, network and arrange video meetings directly with fellow participants.
The APAM platform will be live from 20 May so you can start connecting with other participants, check out the program and tailor your event schedule.
In structuring the program, careful consideration has been given to scheduling events across time zones in different international regions and minimising screen fatigue. The program is a daily commitment of between 1-3 hours at a time for live streamed events across the period 24-27 May 2022. Additionally, with the exception of Showcase works much of the PAUSE, PLAY, PERFORM content will be available on demand for later viewing.
Selected by a national curatorial panel from an expression-of-interest process, Showcase will feature a curated cohort of artists and companies illustrating innovative ways of making and presenting digital and hybrid works. Through the Showcase program you will have the opportunity to experience works from Australian artists and companies. Showcase performances will be scheduled and will not be available on demand.
Selected by a national curatorial panel from an expression-of-interest process, Profile provides opportunity for artists and companies to profile their practice and presentation-ready work during the program through an artist page.
All Profile sessions are presented digitally via an artists page to ensure maximum accessibility for participants joining us online.
WORK IN DEVELOPMENT
Selected by a national curatorial panel from an expression-of-interest process, Work in Development will see presenting organisations profile commissioned works in development alongside the creators of that work.
Deep Dive sessions will showcase practice innovation in the digital and hybrid realm. Five leading organisations from Australia, Canada, and Asia will unpack the structural changes they have had to make since the global pandemic hit in both presenting and producing contexts, as well as share their ambition for digital programming and engagement as a way of working into the future.
Curated by APAM, Exchange includes keynotes, workshops, panel discussions, dialogue and networking events.