Delve into the work of artists and producers.
Over informal conversations with artists and producers, hear what drives, inspires and the lessons they have learnt along the way. Including emerging to established practitioners from the festival programme and beyond.
Thurs 9, 12.30-1.30pm
Global Correspondence: Making art across the world
Leading performance producers from across the world speak about the state of art in their regions.
Chaired by Angela Mattox, Artistic Director of PICA, USA.
Yusuke Hashimoto, Director, Kyoto Experiment, Japan
Jeff Khan, Artistic Director, Performance Space, Australia
Gundega Laivina, Director, New Theatre Institute of Latvia
Thurs 9, 5.30-6.30pm
Lone Twin / Forced Entertainment / Action Hero
Professor David Williams hosts Lone Twin, Forced Entertainment and Action Hero in an informal discussion about making work and surviving as an artist.
Fri 10, 12,30 -1.30pm
Cultural Island: How to survive Brexit?
Chair: David Micklem, IBT Associate
Panelists: Mary Paterson, Writer
Roger Griffith, Social Entrepreneur and Strategic Director & Chair of Ujima Radio
Kris Nelson, Dublin Fringe Festival
Judith Knight, co-director of Arts Admin
Fri 10, 5.30-6.30pm
Sibylle Peters / Eilidh MacAskill
Join Sibylle Peters, creator of Playing Up, and Eilidh MacAskill, Gendersaurus Rex and the Polar Bears, to discuss making Live Art for, and with, children.
This event is part of the IBT17 Assembly
The IBT17 Assembly is a coming together of artists, activists, scholars, curators & audiences exploring the power of art to stand up, stand out. Co-curated with Ujima Cultural Collective, Bristol Pride and Live Art UK.
True West, Lone Twin and The Table © Paul Blakemore