• Getting started

    In December 2011, Steve, Jude, Krista and Jess had their first gathering to identify, through an expression of interest, the participating artists for the Coriolis Effect. During an intense and stimulating weekend we also indentified what each of us wanted to bring to and take away from the Coriolis Effect experience. Thes were our findings..

    STEVE BRINGS...

    Organisation support

    Planning of face to faces and online communications

    Investigations and tasks for the discussions

    Providing artists with engagement opportunities

    Ongoing and final evaluation

    Open mind for discussion and investigation

    Collaborative practice and enabling of risk taking in arts practice

    STEVE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE AWAY...

    Understanding of methods of civic engagement

    Propositions of projects for the future

    Networks

    JUDE BRINGS...

    Resilience

    Long experience in the creation of contemporary performance

    Long experience of creating models of public and audience engagement in regional contexts

    Developing and touring performance for major international festivals and institutions

    Intercultural competencies

    Provoking questioning and clarity of purpose

    Challenging of assumptions and exploring alternatives

    Creating structures that enable diversity of practice to take place

    Enabling change where people want to take advantage of that

    Rigorous thinking and research followed by reflection and analysis

    Listening to people and framing ideas for works - naming

    Experience in dramaturgy for contemporary performance

    Strong thirst to create something unexpected for regional Australia

    Connections to Punctum artists

    WHAT JUDE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE AWAY...

    Rigorous thinking and research

    Bust open the box for methods of civic engagement

    Network of peers

    To be provoked by others

    Evidence to provide the basis for long-term relationships and future projects with the group

    Shift in own practice

    A new model for regional practice and engagement

    WHAT KRISTA BRINGS...

    Intercultural competency

    Pre-empting problems and problem solving

    Listening and feedback

    Organisational skills

    Experienced understanding of artists and cultural organisations regional and metro places

    WHAT KRISTA WOULD LIKE TO TAKE AWAY...

    Process based arts practice as the creative impulse

    Dramaturgical models

    Research based practice and resourcing ideas

    Artistic risk

    Time for reflection and action

    Live arts practice and theory

    WHAT JESS BRINGS...

    Understanding of cultural complexities in contemporary arts in regional areas

    Testing conventions of contemporary art form practice in regional and metro public spaces

    Experience of negotiating working models with non-arts organisation, local government and service providers

    Driving the vision and the doing as a sole practitioner in order to bring about collaborative works

    Analysis of community and civic response to social change in a regional context

    Experience and trust in process based practice

    WHAT JESS WOULD LIKE TO TAKE AWAY...

    Deeper understanding of models of audience engagement

    Dramaturgical models

    Research based practice and resourcing ideas

    Live arts practice and theory

    Strategies for overcoming cultural complexities in contemporary arts in regional areas

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