• danimations talks digital communication & artistic practise at Spoke Festival

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    Dan Monceaux has been invited by South Australian artist, writer and curator David Jobling to speak on a panel at the inaugural ‘Spoke’ Adelaide Fringe Word Festival. A celebration of the written word in all its forms, the event will be opened by Robyn Archer at 6:30pm on February 22nd at the Adelaide College of the Arts on Light Square. The first panel ‘Spoke goes virtual’ follows from 7-8.30pm, with danimations and a grab bag of local arts practitioners sharing their knowledge and experience. Dan will discuss the variety of digital communications methods and tools danimations uses, particularly in relation to our (ironically) non-verbal fringe audio-visual show, Beatburger Bites Back.
    Spoke Festival Logo 2011 Dan will discuss communication techniques and styles across facebook, twitter, blogging and more, and show some sneak previews and promotional materials from the forthcoming show. Panels, workshops and presentations run until Friday, Feb 25th, including sessions on poetry, improvisation, writing for children, hip hop and writing for theatre. The event is free to attend, with the full program available here.

  • Dan Monceaux shares his creative industries perspective at Fuse Festival

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    Fuse Festival logoDan Monceaux spoke twice at Fuse Festival this week, sharing danimations’ creative industries perspective on two music industry panel discussions. Considering the constantly shifting terrain of the music and technology landscape, Dan brought to the event his personal experience as both video producer for danimations and self-managed independent musician as Supermarket. Now in its fifteenth year, Fuse Festival is the longest running annual music industry event of its kind in Australia, and it sustained a vibrant and convivial atmosphere throughout. The three day and night event brought together a wide variety of musicians, managers, publishers, agents, tour bookers and more from around the nation and beyond for an inspiring exchange of ideas and talents. Danimations extends our thanks and congratulations to Alistair Cranney for making us proud to be a part of South Australia’s thriving music community.