WEDNESDAY 12 FEB / 2:00 pm > 5:00 pm
THUESDAY 13 FEB / 9:00 am > 5:00 pm
FRIDAY 14 FEB / 9:00 am > 5:00 pm
Auditorium Grenoble INP
The Theatre IT Days bring together researchers, artists and computer scientists from the French theatre sector who fight for the use of computing as a means of expression and/or as a composition tool in theatres.Targeting the emergence of a range of activities, that of theatre IT, based on the model of musical IT, the Theatre IT Days focus on all the fields of artistic and technical design (scenography, acting, dramaturgy, sound, monitor control, etc.) but also on issues linked to the documentation, annotation and archiving of the creation processes, as well as questions relating to mediation with the public.
These first days aim to set up a meeting place for a community that exists, but that is rather scattered, in the aim of offering to the scientific teams and/or artists the possibility of presenting their past, present or future works.
With the support of IDEX Université Grenoble Alpes.
The symposium is organised by the Performance Lab project, Univ. Grenoble Alps, with the support of Inria, the LJK and the Litt&Arts laboratory.
Free entry, registration recommended with Virginie Meunier – firstname.lastname@example.org
The symposium is open to all members of the public, within the limit of the number of places available.
Rémi Ronfard,Inria, LJK, University Grenoble Alps — Julie Valero, UMR Litt&Arts, University Grenoble Alps
Andrea Giomi, Performance Lab, University Grenoble Alps — Virginie Meunier,Performance Lab, University Grenoble Alps — Corinne Touati, Inria
AROUND THE SYMPOSIUM
At the EST – Transdisciplinary Stage Space – Saint-Martin-d’Hères
WEDNESDAY 19 FEB / 7:30 pm – Free entrance on reservation
Petit bréviaire tragique pour les animaux humains du 21e siècle
Show by J.-F. Peyret, with the 4th year students from the Conservatoire National Supérieur Dramatique de Paris.