Street Performance Project
Where: Prince Claus Conservatoire Groningen
The Street Performance Project is a cross-arts project working within a specific society context to create a vibrant festival of performances and installations. The students undertake a creative collaboration with performers they select from diverse artistic disciplines, identifying, organising and creating artistically and socially relevant work.
This project aims to create a new and innovative cross-arts performance, engaging with the local community and using their associated public and private space as a performance stage. It will explore the challenges of collaboration, making innovative art and generating a new audience. Through a series of creative workshops, individual tutorials and group coaching sessions, the participants will create an interactive event that will be navigated by discussions and interactions with the people and places of the local area. Working alongside the audience during the creative process will make a production that is relevant, diverse and meaningful.
-NAIP first and second year students.
-The NAIP creative ensemble
-The BA Creative Ensemble
-Students from the optional course Leading and Guiding
-International NAIP students
Artistic Leader & Content coach: Guy Wood.
Coordination: Tine Stolte& Timon Abels.
Facilitation: Support of the PCC OBP team concerning PR and organisation.
We will explore possibilities of developing the work in the Oosterpoortwijk and find connections with residents and organisations in this area.
Application for international NAIP students
Write an e-mail to: Tine Stolte (firstname.lastname@example.org)