Agile Opera – ARC Linkage Project


Exciting 3 year research project connecting performance and digital technology. PhD applications now open.

Agile Opera Linkage Project

Agile Opera

Exploring the intimacy in digital experience / re-experience of artist performance. Exciting on-going research project with Chamber Made Opera that involves workshops, public screenings, e-publications and events to develop new approaches for small to medium arts organisations to utilise emerging digital platforms.

Agile Opera screening event at Fed Square, Melbourne, October 2015.
Agile Opera screening event at Fed Square, Melbourne, October 2015. (Photo Credit: Chris Marmo)

For more information on the project aims please visit the Chamber Made Opera site

Chamber Made Opera

We are committed to incorporating research as an essential and ongoing aspect of our activities, and believe that the models that are developed through this project will provide practical as well as conceptual solutions and propositions which will benefit not only our work, but the work of all artists and companies working in the contemporary performing arts sector.

Tim Stitz, Creative Director & CEO of Chamber Made Opera

Agile Opera – ARC Linkage Project Team

A/Prof Lawrence Harvey (SIAL, RMIT), Professor David Forrest (RMIT); Mr Gregory More (SIAL, RMIT); Dr Margaret Trail (VUT); Mr Tim Stitz (Chamber Made Opera); Mr Andrew Donovan (Australia Council); Mr Matt Jones and Ms Renee Dudfield (Federation Square)

What is an ARC Linkage Project? Click here to find out more

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