Interactive Narratives, Marian Ursu at Creative Forum 2017, Tallinn

PLATFORM shift+ is a larger scale cooperation project announced by the European Commission under their European Culture Funding Stream Creative Europe. It consists of 11 partners from 9 countries – ten theatres, all recognised as national leaders in the field of theatre for young people, and a university. The leading organisation Pilot Theatre (York (GB) is one of the UK’s most renowned companies in delivering performance work for young people and exploring innovative approaches to making and sharing work.

13 large meetings with lectures, workshops, and training opportunities are scheduled to be spread over several days and will be held annually during the 4 years project.

The Creative Forums will be attended by PLATFORM shift+ delegates and will also be open to a local/regional public audience including young people. Global audiences will be connected through digital channels as each forum will be livestreamed.

Each Creative Forum focuses on a different aspect of the theatre/technology partnership linked into specific phases of PLATFORM shift+.

This year, our own Professor Marian Ursu will present at  Season 3 - shift / ctrl Culture Technology & Real Life held in Tallinn, Estonia on 7-8 April 2017.

Tallinn, Estonia