Research and Learning ‣ TRANS-DIGITAL: Transitions and Transformations of Arts & Culture (Video)
Phil Cartwright, Founder
TRANS-DIGITAL : Transitions and transformations of arts and culture in the age of a pandemic (2020-2021)
This one-day conference tackled the impact of Covid 19 on arts and cultural institutions and venues. Guest speakers presented what kind of alternatives, innovative projects, and metamorphoses have taken place in their own field, whether artistic, cultural, educational, or recreational.
Assessing recent practices and experiments that proved successful raises the question of the digital turn’s effectiveness: for whom ? by whom ? without whom ? What successful digital transformations or transitions prompted by the pandemic are now becoming long-term phenomena ? Without minimizing the limitations of digitalizing the arts world, presenters reflected on the challenges that artists and cultural institutions confronted (and still do) and how audiences adapt(ed). The conference was hosted by the University of Chicago Center in Paris and coordinated by IESA arts&culture, a private institute of higher education that specializes in cultural communication and the management of the arts.
The details of this excerpt are as follows:
00:06:13 Introduction par Pascale Rihouet, IESA arts&culture
01:19 Conférence “Performing Arts at a Distance : Music and Dance Culture during COVID-19” par Dr. Phillip Cartwright, enseignant en économie, PSB et IESA
34:38 Conférence “Performing Arts at a Distance : Music and Dance Culture during COVID-19” par Dr. Ekaterina Besson, enseignante à PSB, gestion innovante
53:53 Questions & Réponses
Facebook : https://fr-fr.facebook.com/uchicagopa...
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/uchicagoparis/