Reimagining Festivals online – Reflecting on Green Man Field of Streams 2020
Tuesday 29th September 1pm – 2.30pm
In partnership with Hijinx & Green Man Festival
Stepping into the virtual world this year has been a steep learning curve full of challenges and opportunities for outdoor arts.
Join the Green Man Festival team, artists including Hijinx, Krystal Lowe and Chloë Clarke to reflect and ask:
*How has the changing format affected audience interactivity and accessibility?
*What were the benefits and challenges of the creative process?
*And where do we go from here?
The event includes an opportunity to prop up the Hijinx Metamorphosis bar, an open Q&A with guests and a chance to network to catch up with others, as well as some surprises!
British Sign Language, Captioning and Welsh/English simultaneous translation will be provided. We warmly welcome people from all backgrounds, abilities and cultures including Black, Asian and minority ethnic/POC, refugee, D/deaf, disabled, neurodivergent, working class and/or LGBTQI+ to this space.
To take part you will need Zoom – contact us if you need technical assistance to use this.
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About Green Man Field of Streams 2020
Green Man’s Field of Streams was their green field festival reimagined online in 2020 and beamed onto screens through their Facebook, Youtube and Mixcloud pages for one weekend in August.
It included archive footage of never before seen GM sets, film screenings, workshops and a programme of performing arts, with specially commissioned shows from Welsh performers including Krystal Lowe, Kitsch & Sync, Pocket Rocket Productions, The Wheelabouts, The Circus of Truths, Hijinx and Light Ladd & Emberton, as well as digital arts from artists whose works have popped up at Green Man – Sean Harris, Jennifer Taylor, Megan Broadmeadow, Calum McCutheon and Gweni Llwyd.
Images – ‘Metamorphosis’ Hijinx Theatre, ‘Rewild’ Krystal Lowe, Green Man @ Green Man Festival