4. April 23 – Intrinsic Impacts of Live Performance

For this SANKASET, we hashed out whether audience impact and engagement can be defined and measured. We examined aspects of Wolf Brown‘s study “Assessing the Intrinsic Impacts of a Live Performance.” We will focus the discussion on the Overview, Purpose & Summary of Findings of the study (p. 5-21). This dialogue was held with:

Justine Chambers - dance artist

Justine A Chambers works actively as a choreographer, an interpreter, and a teacher of contemporary dance. Currently, her work focuses on causal movement in relation to specific architectural structures. She looks to subvert the narratives embedded in gestures and postures through reorganization and repetition

 

David Pay – Artistic Director of Vancouver’s Music on Main

As an independent arts consultant specialising in strategic planning, marketing and producing, David has worked with leading arts organizations, musicians and video artists.  In the fall of 2010, he was appointed faculty at Capilano University’s Arts & Entertainment Management Department and served as Associate Director, Fall & Winter Music Programs at The Banff Centre.  His essays and interviews about music have appeared at CarnegieHall.org and in Vancouver Review.

 

If you missed the evening,
you can relive the dialogue.