Calling all artists, collaborators & technologists

Author: New World Symphony

Your presence and participation is requested at one of the most forward-thinking conferences for long-distance, multi-point collaborations!

  • NPAPW conference | Copyright: © New World Symphony

    NPAPW conference © New World Symphony

  • New World Center | Copyright: © New World Symphony

    New World Center © New World Symphony

The Network Performing Arts Production Workshop (NPAPW) is designed for those who want to explore the evolving role of advanced education and research networks in supporting cultural performances.

The workshop will facilitate outreach to new user communities in the arts and humanities by demonstrating the use of research / education networks in supporting real-time musical, dance and artistic collaborations; creating and supporting opportunities for collaboration between research / education networks and cultural institutions around the world; and demonstrating the use of specific audio, video and lighting techniques to support teaching, auditions and remote performances. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the equipment featured in the workshop, and share their experiences and expectations with peers and experts.

In 2000, Internet2 - the U.S. research and education networking consortium - identified the potential of using advanced networks for arts and humanities and began bringing technicians, academics and artists together for Network Performing Arts Production Workshops in 2003. Currently NPAPWs are a collaborative project of GÉANT, Internet2, New World Symphony, GARR (Italian NREN) and other European national research and education networks (NRENs), working together with cultural institutions around the world to organise the annual event.



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