Circus Tech—Putting the Arts in S.T.E.A.M. expired
Posted by: Circus Talk
Posted on: Apr. 05, 2021
Category: Panel Discussion
Circus Tech—Putting the Arts in S.T.E.A.M.
Moderator: Nadine Johnson
Panelists: Craig Quat, Naël Jammal and Greg Kennedy
What can you do to make your show stand out? Use the world of science and technology to augment the performance experience! Now that STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) has become STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math), the time for exploring the possibilities between the arts and tech world has come. Moderator Nadine Johnson is a creative professional in the movement arts (yoga, circus) who works as a creative consultant and whose work emphasizes the use of color, sustainability, technology and future trends as well as consumer impact. She holds degrees in Design & Engineering. She will guide the discussion of the shift from STEM learning to STEAM and how the circus arts, thanks to its history, is poised to step into that space better than most other art forms.
Including a variety of guests from within the circus and sciences, the discussion will highlight shows, artists, and platforms that reflect the current state and future outlooks for the use of technology in circus through apparatus, experience, and management. Join in for this lively Q&A-style discussion with an opportunity to pose questions to the guests and/or to provide examples of your own circus tech innovations.
Space is limited to 20 attendees, please register ASAP to secure your space in the conversation.
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