Client: Manchester International Festival
Manchester, May - July 2019
The programme worked with a cohort of 20 creative practitioners, supporting them to utilise digital and new technologies in their practice and to generate a series of creative responses to Manchester International Festivals themes and commissions.
The programme hosted international artists and companies sharing their knowledge and experience including: The White Pube, Christian Payne, Hardeep Pandhal, Delaval Film, Kate O’Hara – Duck Soup Films, Sparklab – Mel Harris, Alex Rowse – Punchdrunk and Alexander Whitley.
My role included working across two residential lab weekends in a pastoral capacity. In addition I designed and delivered a series of workshop focusing on practice development and the analysis of the meaning of digital in a creative and content development context.
More information on the programme can be seen here.