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Presentations from Still Magic: Digital Creativity and Engagement in the Performing Arts

Still Magic was an event co-hosted by Federation of Scottish Theatre and Creative Scotland. It explored developments in digital theatre through a series of presentations from theatre companies and organisations with experience in this area. Below are the recordings of those presentations.

Still Magic introduction and keynote presentation from Clare Duffy, Director of Civic Digits
Dirliebane Theatre and Neon8 talked about their research into using VR headsets, Joan Cleville from Scottish Dance Theatre talked about SDT’s digital projects and Produced Moon work talked about their work developing a new service using 360 films with high school students to make music videos
Natalie Woolman from The Space gave an introduction into Digital Rights, Jim Muotune presented an overview of his work at The Afrowegian and Morna McGeoch talked about a recent digital project led by Birds of Paradise’ young artists.
Clare Duffy and Vikki Jones sum up the day, Clive Gilman gives a summary of the discussions held online,
Farewell and Thank You from Morgan Petrie, Creative Scotland
VR and clown theatre project by Dirliebane Theatre Company and Neon8
Climate Chaos – project by Produced Moon
Locked World – a project led by Birds of Paradise Theatre Company’s young artists

Digital Pivot report from Creative Scotland.

The Space’s Digital Rights Toolkit.

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