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At Battersea Arts Centre the mission 'To Invent the Future of Theatre' is clear. What is clearer is that in order to do this we need to rethink what theatre is; not just a performance that starts at 7.30pm but a way of life, a way of talking to each other, a way of seeing the world. Everything that happens at BAC is developed through Scratch – a process of testing ideas with artists and audiences so that the experience
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard has engaged Forrec and A Different View to create a master plan for this complex heritage attraction. Home to the National Museum of the Royal Navy and HMS Victory, The Mary Rose Trust and HMS Warrior, plus the interactive Action Stations and Harbour Tours, the Historic Dockyard is looking to revolutionise its visitor experience over the next five years.
Toronto-based Forrec, internationally renowned for master planning and entertainment design, with clients including Universal Studios and LEGOLAND, is partnering
Our consultant Tamalie Newbery went to Copenhagen last week for a conference about co-creation sponsored by the Danish Design Association and Copenhagen Business School. Rex Degenegaard identified five main strands of co-creation and their different uses – from creating shared meaning and understanding, to innovation and developing ideas, to solving complex problems which require different disciplines or sectors to come together as co-creators, rather than to just collaborate. The approaches and techniques are quite different in the different areas.