Performances, Sharings, & Workshops in Nottingham this November
A series of events in Nottingham where Artists and Audiences explore creative digital technologies & interactions.
Engage in immersive dance, explore Virtual Reality and Volumetric Capture as tools, and enjoy stunning performances live or digital.
SATURDAY 13th November 3pm & 6pm
The world premiere of Tom Dale Companys’ SURGE LIVE
A stunningly visual, immersive dance performance, set inside a digitally projected landscape to an evocative music score from acclaimed electronic musician Ital Tek. A concept album live on stage including live vocals from performer Jemima Brown.
Tuesday 2nd – Wednesday 3rd November
Immersive Storytelling Symposium
Immersive performances, captivating presentations, and expert panel discussions, this hybrid event will connect artists, researchers and creators from across the globe.
2&3 November at Lakeside
5&6 November at Broadway
Experience, interact, play.
Harnessing the fields of human-computer interaction and VR technologies SURGE DIGITAL is highly experimental, immersive dance experience in its prototype stage. Be one of the first people to find out what Tom Dale Company has been making.
Friday 12th and Sat 13th November.
A room-scale dance-theatre virtual reality (VR) experience created by Displace Studio; a collaboration between Digital Dance Artist Kerryn Wise and Creative Technologist Ben Neal.
8th November 9am-1pm
MONETISATION of IMMERSIVE CONTENT
A practical workshop for artists, creatives and entrepreneurs who want to explore the revenue opportunities of making immersive content.
Led Catherine Allen and Emma Hughes of Limina Immersive
Thursday 4 November 10-3pm
This workshop will explore Virtual Reality and Volumetric Capture as tools for performance making. No prior experience of VR is required to take part; suitable for anyone interested in developing their understanding of creative technologies in performance.
9th November 12-4pm
BBC MAKERBOX WORKSHOP
A free practical workshop for innovative artists led by the BBC. Exploring their suite of interactive tools for artists and filmmakers.