This program unites Nevula Extra Support with Explat, an intermediate support organization that develops human resources for performing arts professionals and works to enhance their working environments, to create a workshop called “Performing Arts Productions and Crossing the Border 2: Building Strategies and Honing Skills for Overseas Performances in 2021 and Beyond.” With Yoko Nishiyama serving as the lead instructor, the workshop will welcome numerous guest presenters to give participants firsthand insight into a wide variety of international projects—from overseas performances and invitation performances to international co-productions—and pave the way for independent, dynamic creators to make an impact on the performing arts landscape in and after 2021.
The program will also create and release an archive of select publishable materials from the Next Performing Arts Management School’s lecture series, which dates back to 2012.
【Nevula Extra Support】
AKA Next. Based on their belief that art is made possible to function effectively in society not only by artists but by producers as well, Next was established in 2002 to enhance working environment for producers. It has been working on projects such as a flyer distribution service to help reduce producers’ excessive tasks an information website and online newsletter for arts management as well as meetings for performing arts managers to facilitate their networking, discuss and hopefully solve the problems that the performing arts field is faced with.
NEXT Performing Arts Management School Coordinatior
Nevula Extra Support
Kobayashi building, 7-43-5, Kameido, Koto-ku, Tokyo 136-0071
Next Meeting Room (Koto City, Tokyo)