Creating Participatory Culture Through Performance

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Creating Participatory Culture Through Performance

Time: October 15, 2011 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: The New School, Bark Room/Orientation Room (2 W 13th St, NYC) and in Second Life: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/ASU%20altI/83/153/57
Event Type: workshop/performance
Organized By: Josephine Dorado
Latest Activity: Oct 13, 2011

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I'll be doing a presentation/workshop at the #MobilityShifts conference called Creating Participatory Culture Through Performance and it will focus on using improvisational dance performance frameworks for online collaboration. Through dance-based avatar movement and task-based performance games inside a virtual world, participants will weave a theatrical performance together that encourages active listening, online rapport and instant collaboration. Students in my Collaboration in Networked Environments class (most of whom have no previous dance or performance experience) will participate as performers, along with participants/performers at a partnering Internet Society event in Philadelphia. The use of improvisational performance frameworks for online collaboration allows people to instantly connect and cooperate regardless of geographical location or previous experience with digital media or performance. The performance will be followed by a Q&A in which the performative elements and their relation to online collaboration will be explained along with feedback from student participants. After that, the audience will have an opportunity to ‘embody’ an avatar and participate in an impromptu dance, thereby experiencing the immediacy and connection.

 

You can join us in the physical space at the New School or in the virtual world Second Life. The event will also be livestreamed. Reservations are going fast, so register soon! http://bit.ly/avdance

 

MobilityShifts conference info:

http://mobilityshifts.org

event registration:

http://bit.ly/avdance

 

Date/Time: Saturday, Oct 15, 1-3pm EST

Locations:  

The New School, Bark Room/Orientation Room (2 W 13th St, NYC) 

and in Second Life: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/ASU%20altI/83/153/57

 

NOTE: You may attend this event in-person at the New School or in the virtual world Second Life. If you choose to attend this at the New School, choose the "Creating Participatory Learning Through Performance - attending at the New School" ticket type. If you choose to attend this in the virtual world Second Life, choose the "Creating Participatory Learning Through Performance - attending in Second Life" ticket type, and you will be emailed instructions as to how to join us in Second Life.

 

Also note that to attend in-person at the New School, you must have previously purchased a ticket to MobilityShifts at http://mobilityshifts.org/register1 (Free for students and faculty of the New School).

 

This event will also be livestreamed. Check the event page at http://bit.ly/avdance on the day of the show for the Livestream URL.

 

Hope you'll be able to join us!

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