Rebooting the Muse: Post-COVID sustainability in the performing arts
(ARC Linkage $285,821)
Associate Professor Anna Goldsworthy, Dr Luke Harrald, Dr Clemence Due, Professor Mark Carroll.
Associate Professor Anna Goldsworthy and her team will find new ways of tackling the challenges facing the Australian performing arts sector in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change emergency. In Rebooting the Muse: Post-COVID-19 sustainability in the performing arts, they will explore how digital technologies can offer new audience experiences, and will document the impact on artist and community wellbeing of these innovations. The project will help to find more sustainable business models and consequently improve individual and community wellbeing.
Project participants include the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, the State Theatre Company, Patch Theatre Company, the Light Cultural Foundation and the Illuminate Adelaide Foundation.
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