|This project is linked with this show Stream Radio|
Participate, attend and tune-in for a 3-day festival of concourse and discourse celebrating the human-scaled, contemporary arts education of Dartington College of Arts since 1961.
Stream is an acronym that stands for "a Series of Transdisciplinary Rituals & Experiments in Art & Music"
We are working with over 80 artists to deliver a 3-day programme of performances, talks, discussions, workshops, screenings, art exhibitions, ceremony and community-based celebrations. We received over 100 proposals for the mutual sharing of work and continue to have conversations with artists - if you are interested in contributing, supporting or offering your time to this event, please get in contact with us.
Of course, lots of little versions of us have been born since our time at Dartington, Stream is preparing to offer activities for little ones and older kids.
Stream is a 3-day performance festival producing a continual live radio stream on Soundart Radio so you can tune in from any where in the world as long as you have internet connection! The event centres in particular on the themes of creative freedom, experimentation and community. Stream is celebrating Dartington as a place for experimental living and progressive learning by offering opportunities for artists to return to the land, make work and share experiences. With a focus on sharing practice-led research as a hotbed for new and experimental pathways in art making, Stream will be documented through sound recordings and will feed a new digital audio archive by Soundart Radio of radical dialogue, interviews, talks, performance and storytelling. Stream is interested in ways we may connect internationally with our community via radio and online platforms. We are inviting our wider community to contribute via data sharing and live feed. We see this event as a way to collectively dream into the future of this Festival.
"My investment in this pilot event, ultimately, is to find new ways for the Dartington College of Arts alumni to return to the Estate and dream into our collaborative development as a community of artists, here and internationally."
- Sarah Gray, Organiser