International Creative Lab
An exchange between artists in Norfolk, Brazil, Nicaragua, Greece,
Germany, Hong Kong & India
The International Creative Lab is an online remote rehearsal room that connects 7 Norfolk multidisciplinary artists together with 7 artists around the globe. In direct response to the shutting down of theatre and the arts across the UK, we attempt to support freelancer artists to keep collaborating, keep making, to connect and to inspire.
Two individuals, from two different creative disciplines, from two different places in the world, will come together in a remote rehearsal room to inspire each other through an improvised rehearsal hour.
Over an hour, you can watch as artists try to connect, and communicate ideas, thoughts, feelings and questions. Crossing borders, disciplines, cultures and languages.
Watch a Live Artist & Musical Theatre collaborate
With Porgtuguise Interpretation.
Watch a Classical Indian Dancer & a Animator/Poet collaborate
Watch two Theatre Makers collaborate. With BSL Interpreter
This a place for experimentation, play, curiosity and collaboration, this is not an end performance. It could be a beginning, a place to spark a new idea, a chance to begin something.
After the hour, there is a discussion between the artists and a facilitator. There is also time for questions from the general public.
Join us on this experiment where artists from Brazil, India, Hong Kong, Nicaragua, Greece, Austria, and Germany meet artists in Norfolk, the UK.
Some of the artists get together for the first time, from across time zones
Ana Elisa Marques
Musical Theatre Performer
Spoken Word Artist
Dance - Bharatanatyam (Indian Classical)
Tamil Nadu, India
Theatre Maker with special emphasis on wellbeing in the community
Theatre Director and Educator
El Viejo, Nicaragua
Wai Kit Lam
Photography Video Art Text Sound
Performance Art Multidisciplinary
Interdisciplinary primarily Film/Video
Poetry; Watercolour &
Performance Art Live Art
Every artist is asked to look at the stimulus You Me Here Now.
Here's our PR volunteer Sope talking about what this stimulus means to her.