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EVA 
Minerva 
Jerusalem 
2014 
Digital 
Crea9vity 
and 
Culture 
in 
Local 
London 
and 
Beyond: 
From 
Ar9sts 
& 
Designe...
Camden
London 
Borough 
Map
Camden 
Wards 
(with 
elec9on 
results)
Camden
Hampstead 
(Village) 
Bloomsbury 
Ken9sh 
Town 
St 
Pancras 
& 
Somers 
Town 
Camden 
Town 
Camden: 
drilling 
down 
Five ...
Brent 
Westminster 
Haringey 
Islington 
Barnet 
Camden 
City 
of 
London 
Camden’s 
Neighbouring 
Boroughs
Camden’s 
Ar9sts, 
Designers 
and 
Crea9ve 
Industries
Greenwich 
1
Greenwich 
connec9ons
Greenwich
Tower 
Hamlets 
Lewisham 
Barking 
Bexley 
Newham 
Greenwich 
Bromley 
Greenwich 
and 
its 
neighbours
Greenwich 
ar9sts 
and 
crea9ve 
industries
Department 
of 
Design 
Futures 
at 
the 
University 
of 
Greenwich
Jeremy 
Gardiner 
– 
Landscape 
painter 
and 
digital 
ar9st 
based 
between 
Greenwich 
and 
Camden
Jeremy 
Gardiner
Nicholas 
Brealey 
Publishing; 
New 
edi9on 
edi9on 
(8 
April 
1999)
DIGITAL 
EVENT 
CINEMA 
EC 
‘LIVE-­‐CASTING’ 
ENGLISH 
& 
GERMAN 
THEATRE 
TO 
MULTIPLE 
INTERNATIONAL 
‘BIG 
SCREEN’AUDIE...
Na9onal 
Theatre, 
London
Outline 
of 
Paper 
• History 
– 
present 
and 
future 
• Technology, 
ar9s9c 
design 
choices 
– 
audiences 
and 
livenes...
Origins 
and 
Early 
Years 
2006-­‐2009 
• Opera 
in 
lead 
• New 
York 
‘Met’ 
– 
the 
bold 
innovator 
• Paris 
Opera 
&...
The 
2010’s: 
Rapid 
Growth 
• New 
York 
Met 
keeps 
leading 
posi9on: 
some 
problems, 
now 
resolved 
• Theatre 
goes 
...
Top 
9 
Event-­‐cinema 
Successes 
in 
UK 
• War 
Horse 
(Na9onal 
Theatre, 
NT 
Live) 
• Billy 
Elliot 
the 
Musical 
• M...
Adapta9ons 
Community 
– 
academic 
views 
• ‘live 
cinema-­‐ 
a 
popular 
and 
powerful 
theatre 
form 
for 
the 
future’...
Technology 
and 
its 
U9lisa9on 
• 2D 
vs 
3 
D 
-­‐ 
7 
country 
analysis 
-­‐ 
2.6% 
3D 
in 
Sweden 
-­‐ 
14.3% 
in 
Ger...
Concluding 
Remarks 
1 
• General 
field 
of 
Event-­‐Cinema/Live-­‐Cas9ng 
expanding 
‘ 
-­‐ 
the 
sector 
[globally] 
wi...
Concluding 
Remarks 
2 
• Expecta9ons 
include 
another 
push 
from 
Rio 
Cultural 
Olympiad 
and 
Olympic 
Games 
• Met 
...
Concluding 
Remarks 
3 
• Possibly 
Interested 
in 
Par9cipa9ng?? 
• Talk 
with 
me 
or 
email: 
jrhemsley@hotmail.com 
• ...
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  1. 1. EVA Minerva Jerusalem 2014 Digital Crea9vity and Culture in Local London and Beyond: From Ar9sts & Designers to Public Broadcas9ng & Theatre Event Cinema
  2. 2. Camden
  3. 3. London Borough Map
  4. 4. Camden Wards (with elec9on results)
  5. 5. Camden
  6. 6. Hampstead (Village) Bloomsbury Ken9sh Town St Pancras & Somers Town Camden Town Camden: drilling down Five local towns / villages
  7. 7. Brent Westminster Haringey Islington Barnet Camden City of London Camden’s Neighbouring Boroughs
  8. 8. Camden’s Ar9sts, Designers and Crea9ve Industries
  9. 9. Greenwich 1
  10. 10. Greenwich connec9ons
  11. 11. Greenwich
  12. 12. Tower Hamlets Lewisham Barking Bexley Newham Greenwich Bromley Greenwich and its neighbours
  13. 13. Greenwich ar9sts and crea9ve industries
  14. 14. Department of Design Futures at the University of Greenwich
  15. 15. Jeremy Gardiner – Landscape painter and digital ar9st based between Greenwich and Camden
  16. 16. Jeremy Gardiner
  17. 17. Nicholas Brealey Publishing; New edi9on edi9on (8 April 1999)
  18. 18. DIGITAL EVENT CINEMA EC ‘LIVE-­‐CASTING’ ENGLISH & GERMAN THEATRE TO MULTIPLE INTERNATIONAL ‘BIG SCREEN’AUDIENCES : ACHIEVABLE & SUSTAINABLE DREAMS?
  19. 19. Na9onal Theatre, London
  20. 20. Outline of Paper • History – present and future • Technology, ar9s9c design choices – audiences and liveness • A future dream: 2008 Live-­‐Cas9ng – two German plays to London • First steps and possible evolu9on • Concluding remarks
  21. 21. Origins and Early Years 2006-­‐2009 • Opera in lead • New York ‘Met’ – the bold innovator • Paris Opera & Royal Opera House – followed rapidly • Berlin Philharmonic – another fast follower • Other high culture genres -­‐ started
  22. 22. The 2010’s: Rapid Growth • New York Met keeps leading posi9on: some problems, now resolved • Theatre goes to top posi9on in UK -­‐ Na9onal Theatre, NT Live, led by young American David Sobel hcp://www.theguardian.com/culture-­‐professionals-­‐network/culture-­‐professionals-­‐blog/2012/ apr/10/david-­‐sabel-­‐digital-­‐na9onal-­‐theatre -­‐ Royal Shakespeare Company
  23. 23. Top 9 Event-­‐cinema Successes in UK • War Horse (Na9onal Theatre, NT Live) • Billy Elliot the Musical • Monty Python Live (O2 London) • Skylight (NT Live) • Curious incident of the dog ... (NT Live) • King Lear (NT Live) • Coriolanus NT Live) • Andre Rieu Maastricht Concert (concert) • Sleeping Beauty (Royal Ballet) • ntlive.na9onaltheatre.org.uk
  24. 24. Adapta9ons Community – academic views • ‘live cinema-­‐ a popular and powerful theatre form for the future’ (Wyver) • ‘a new and dis6nc6ve cultural form’ (Cochrane & Bonner) • ‘a new mode of literary adapta6on, with a complex set of a:endant ques6ons about the nature of ‘liveness’ (Wardle).
  25. 25. Technology and its U9lisa9on • 2D vs 3 D -­‐ 7 country analysis -­‐ 2.6% 3D in Sweden -­‐ 14.3% in Germany/Austria • 3D provided ini9al assistance to Live-­‐Cas9ng but situa9on has changed. ‘One area that is less a driver for EC than for cinemas is 3D: only 8% 0f UK events were in 3D in 2012, down from 17% in 2011’ (Hancock, 2013)
  26. 26. Concluding Remarks 1 • General field of Event-­‐Cinema/Live-­‐Cas9ng expanding ‘ -­‐ the sector [globally] will account for 5% of global box office by the end of 2015, and could reach $1 billion in 2017' (Cited by Robert Mitchell [2014]).
  27. 27. Concluding Remarks 2 • Expecta9ons include another push from Rio Cultural Olympiad and Olympic Games • Met is s9ll the leader • Theatre now number one in UK • Educa9onal market opportuni9es promising (see James Morris, Ravensbourne EVA Berlin paper) • In German language Europe ... ??
  28. 28. Concluding Remarks 3 • Possibly Interested in Par9cipa9ng?? • Talk with me or email: jrhemsley@hotmail.com • THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!!

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