The Digital You: A panel discussion with an artistic twist at tonight’s CAEA AGM
Reilly Dow will illustrate the The Digital You – creating a visual representation of our discussion through graphic recording.
If you are an Equity member attending CAEA’s AGM in Toronto tonight – this year there is something a little different.
From 8pm to 9:30pm I will be moderating a discussion on the way social media tools like blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube have been rapidly transforming the theatrical landscape in a panel called: “The Digital You.”
The panelists for this discussion are: Ross Manson, Maev Beaty, Marjorie Chan and John Karastamatis. These artists and arts professionals represent a broad range of social media use in conjunction with performance. I think it will be a lively discussion and I am excited to see what it looks like at the end as a graphic recording.
Hopefully we will be able to digitize and share this recording!
From the pinkfish.ca website:
Graphic recording is a powerful tool for synthesizing conversations, dialogues, meetings and events. The recorder creates large-format visuals in real time, tapping into the collective intelligence and wisdom of a group and bringing it to life with graphics. These “murals” act as a public memory, and help participants in any meeting or conversation share complex ideas easily.