So excited for this! Will talk about MANANANGGAL ACTING. Tagal ko na gusto makasama si Aldo Glenn Vencilao at siyempre si JV Can (na til 6am ko naman lagi kausap). Salamat, Makiyow!Kitakits sa Kumu ni Makiyow!
mag-1 year na sa pandemya na gumagawa ng digital performances with Layeta Pinzon Bucoy. Gusto mo yung parang Lisa Frank ang sponsor nitong “annual report”?And yes, tulad po ng acting journal.. may performance making journ(al/ey) po ako. Mana pala ako kay Lola Laring na mahilig isulat ang sinasabi ni Bro. Mike sa El Shaddai radio.
Live streaming using OBS and FB Live. So proud of myself. Maybe I’ll use my ACNH character during synchronous classes. 😂
How lovely to be with this company to talk about online performances, design thinking, and the future of theatre. Salamat, Charles Yee for making this happen.
I am testing my stamina in live streaming via the KUMU app starting this National Arts Month (February).
The title is a phrase often used by performance makers at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. “Tawid sa Harbour” (Head over to the harbour) subtly means “Let us head over somewhere to talk about what we just experienced.”
I hope that we continue reclaiming our collaborative spaces and creating new public spheres in the time of the global health crisis.
Reading break nila. Check Republic ng titser.
Just attended Elizabeth De Roza’s “Creating an Embodied Multi-dimensional Performance Platform” via the UPD MA (Theatre Arts) Program’s ArtistTalk.
Thinking about future bodies, pixelated bodies, network-lag bodies, Schrödinger’s cat bodies (when you turn off your camera during Zoom; are you dead/alive?), disconnected bodies, reconnecting bodies, Zoom waiting room bodies, are-you-wearing-shorts-in-your-zoom-meeting bodies, machine-readable bodies, bodies and data, shake-body-body-dancer.
P.S. Next #ripplesworld is on 7 November. Join us!
Layeta P. Bucoy and I will be presenting the performance-lecture MonoVlog, an Emergen(t)cy Digital Performance.
My long-time friends and colleagues, and a former student will be presenting their papers too:
Sir Anril P. Tiatco’s Performance, Devotion, Gender: Figuring the Peñafrancia in the Bicol Region, Philippines.
Bryan L. Viray’s The Bati as movement of sacred gathering in Salubong.
UP Diliman’s CAL-DSCTA’s international partners will be presenting their work too:
Felipe Cervera, Theron Schmidt, Hannah Schwadron’s Planetary performance pedagogies in (and hopefully after) the pandemic.
Registration is FREE. Click here.