Upcoming events – Reimagining Festivals online + Creative Landscapes

By 20th September 2020Uncategorised

Join us for ‘Creative Landscapes’ live online events with a variety of special guests this Friday, and ‘Reimagining Festivals online’ with Hijinx, Krystal Lowe and Green Man next Tuesday. Read on for details.

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.

Book – Email zoe@articulture-wales.co.uk

Creative Landscapes –
Live online events and podcasts

Friday 25 September

Creative Landscapes – Future Generations – Live Online Event – 11am – 12pm

Wales is the only country in the world where the wellbeing of future generations is government policy with the ‘Wellbeing of Future Generations Act’.

Rosie Strang, Co-Director of Articulture talks to Phil George, Chair of Arts Council of Wales, and Clare Pillman, Chief Executive of Natural Resources Wales and Board member of National Theatre Wales, about how cross sector collaborations between culture and environment here in Wales and across borders can help us meet our current challenges of inequality, pandemic and climate emergency, to take care of our future generations.

Details/watch live here

Creative Landscapes – Collaborations – Live Online Event – 1.30pm – 2.30pm

Join Lisa Heledd-Jones of StoryWorks and some of the artists, producers, and land managers from the Creative Landscapes podcast series in live conversation to reflect together on working collaboratively both now and in the future.

Details/watch live here

Open space for new outdoor arts projects – Live Online Event – 3.30 – 4pm

Do you have a creative idea for a new project outdoors? Are you a land manager looking to develop new projects or events? Articulture is an organisation dedicated to developing outdoor arts in Wales and invites creatives and land managers from Wales, England and beyond who are interested in working in this way to drop in to an informal open space with a cup of tea to bounce around ideas, ambitions and questions.

Details here
Book – Free registration in advance, email rosie@articulture-wales.co.uk to book your place.

Image – ‘Metamorphosis’ by Hijinx Theatre, a commission for Green Man Field of Streams 2020.

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