The TuTwo Shows PROJECT Attributions
The TuTwo Shows Closed Community of Partnerswill share performance ideas and content across the project.
The TuTwo Shows Activity Overview
- An Adelaide College of the Arts tertiary ensemble of performance-makers has worked with Dave Brown, Roz Hervey and Geoff Cobham over an 8-week period (July-Sept, 2016), to devise a performance outcome for 3-7 year olds and their carers.
- Adelaide Independent Artists, Stephen Noonan/Katrina Lazaroff are working with Dave Brown to create performance-content in an open-ended way with a view to seeking prospects for further development.
- Aldinga-based Community Artists, Juliette and Scott Griffin are working with Dave Brown to create performance-content in an open-ended way with a view to seeking prospects for further development.
- A University of Texas, Department of Theatre and Dance tertiary ensemble of actors, designers and technicians from UT Department of Theatre and Dance will work with Megan Alrutz (Sept -Nov 2016) in association with Dave Brown (Oct-Nov) to devise a performance outcome for 3-7 year olds and their carers.
- Dr Brant Pope, Chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance, UT in association with Dave Brown, is writing a book that explores the development of The PaperBoats Platform and its performance-making principles in the context of the TuTwo Shows PROJECT.
- Creative Producers, Stephen Blackburn and Kerryn Palmer (Wellington, NZ), Caleb Lee and Luanne Poh (Singapore) will act as provocateurs for this inaugural project, whilst discerning how they might best engage with The PaperBoats platform through their own communities and networks.
All participants have endorsed our Sharing Communities Agreement, which describes how ideas and content can be shared within the closed community of partners.
- each partnership community, its project director and the names of the artists involved will be listed on the The PaperBoats website and each will be acknowledged as co-creators in any publicly shared performance outcome of this project.
- where there is a clearly attributable contribution by an artist - like a piece of music - it will be specifically acknowledged.
- the stories of how the project evolves will be shared through The PaperBoats platform so that groups and individuals, along with their contributions, will be acknowledged and profiled.