Wire #10: Performance work for Multigenerational Audiences
Wed 16 Sept 2020
What does a ‘multigenerational audience’ mean in the context of live performance? If we move away from the idea of an individualistic consumption of art, and instead think about it as a shared experience for family and community, what does this mean for the way the work is made and presented?
APAM invites this panel of artists, curators and programmers to share their experiences in making and presenting work with broad appeal to diverse age groups. Panellists will explore different creative and cultural approaches, practical considerations, and current experiences in creating rich shared experiences for multigenerational audiences.
Our panel is Jacob Boehme, Larissa FastHorse, Nitya Iyer, Wendy Martin and Nadine McDonald-Dowd, hosted by Sue Giles.
This session will be live captioned. AUSLAN interpreting can be available upon request. Please email us for details.