I've compiled the typed notes into a Google Doc that anyone can comment on. This seems like the easiest way to do it. I'm also happy to try other things or web-host more detailed discussions.Read More
Thanks to Chris Willes for taking pictures. If you took pictures, maybe post a link? And/or tag them #uncon13
Just because we decide on the day, doesn't mean we can't plan ahead.It's great when people have some time to think about the topic and discuss them here.
The Unconference is chance to ask questions, conspire with like minded folk, share knowledge or do anything else.
Basically, someone proposes a session and anyone interested in that session can attend. It's an amazing way to find allies and better questions. Some groups are big, some are small – both can be great. How rare is it to find the three people you don't know who also care deeply about the same thing? How much could change if you found all the others who wanted to help?
This is a space where we can share ideas ahead of time. Posting topics means you're more likely to attract people to the Unconference with that topic in mind. And it's low risk – just because you post or comment doesn't mean you can change your mind day-of – in fact, part of posting it could be to ask for help formulating the better question.
Please, share your topics/obsessions/burning questions in the comments
The 2013 Unconference is sold out (amazing)
If you didn't get a spot this time,
It doesn't mean you can't participate.
- Join the discussion on topics we should be talking about.
- On Thursday September 19th, follow on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook to see topics, flip charts and other photos from the event.
- Participate in discussions that will continue online after the event.
A huge thanks to the organizations that have joined in to make this event happen.
Unconference on Change and the Future(S) Of Toronto Performance is co-hosted by Small Wooden Shoe, The Art Gallery of Ontario and Necessary Angel Theatre Company
And made accessible by partners:
FADO Performance Art Centre, The Toronto Arts Council and The Ontario Arts Council
with support from:
Canadian Stage, Dancemakers, Series 8:08, STAF, and Tarragon Theatre
Obviously we need to do this more often.
Thursday September 19th.
An intervention in the day-to-day to really talk about how and why we work in these ever changing times. A coming-together for anyone who works in live performance.
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