NT Connections Workshop: Intro to Making Digital Work
What do we mean when we say "digital performance"? Making work with digital equipment? For online? To view on devices? How can we be "live" online? How can relate to an audience we never see? What exciting work has been made, and how can you use your own devices to create?
In this workshop for young people aged 13 - 19, Paula Varjack explores how to approach making work for online audiences, leading you to start to make your own audio based piece for an audience of one.
Paula Varjack is a theatre-maker, video artist, writer and performer. Her body of work includes performance, film, monologue, installation, and participation. Having begun her practice as a solo artist, her work has become increasingly collaborative, shaped by the artists who inspire and collaborate with her. Born in Washington D.C. to a Ghanaian mother and a British father, she considers East London to be “home”
Venue: wherever you like! (join online)
This workshop is part of the National Theatre Connections Festival 2021, two weeks of workshops and performances celebrating the theatre-makers of tomorrow.
This workshop is for young people aged 13 - 19 only.
It will be taking place on Zoom and will last for approximately 1hr 30 mins.
Here’s how you access the workshop:
1. We’ll send you the Zoom ID and password 1 hour before the workshop via email.
2. Make sure you have a device with Zoom downloaded and you’ve created a FREE account
3. When it’s time for the workshop to start, log into your Zoom account, input the meeting ID and password, turn on your audio and video camera and wait in the ‘waiting room’ until the host lets you in
Please keep your camera on during the workshop. And please note that photography and audio / visual recording is not permitted during the workshop