Speed:Interpersonal connections in a digital world: a proposal

Petersen, Greg (2021) Speed:Interpersonal connections in a digital world: a proposal. In: Arrhythmia Performance Pedagogy and Practice, 2:40pm – 3:00pm - 4th June 2021, Online.

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Title: Speed:Interpersonal connections in a digital world: a proposal

Once upon a time, we lived in a very different world. We would network and build momentum leading into a performance. Immediately before a performance we would often have a pre-performance talk to provide additional context and set the stage for the performance. After performances, we would mingle, sometimes for hours, and talk about the artists, the artwork, and the performance. All of these events stimulated interpersonal relationships.
In a world where many are progressively spending more time online, what are we learning about interpersonal relationships, how can artists use social media
channels to better connect with current and potential audiences? This presentation builds on research and a conference presentation two years ago regarding the discrepancies surrounding how classical music artists successfully and unsuccessfully use social media channels to communicate their stories about their art and activities.
In this presentation, we will briefly review best online social practices and a proposal for moving the pre- and post-concert activities to asynchronous online environments. We will also discuss the extent to which performance is about the art or about interpersonal relationships.

Uncontrolled Keywords: SpeedPanel2
Subjects: Performing Arts
Divisions: Publications > Conference Paper
Depositing User: Ms Ashalatha Krishnan
Date Deposited: 10 Aug 2021 15:02
Last Modified: 18 Aug 2021 08:24
URI: http://drlib.lasalle.edu.sg/id/eprint/961
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