GOMEd

Creative Process: Building Backbone

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Description

This resource offers a detailed look behind the curtain of an award-winning contemporary performance. The director and artists in Gravity & Other Myths share the process of creation, the challenges and the meaning.

By watching the show, a documentary series and the included process notes, students will be able to better understand and design their own creative process.

This is for teachers who are guiding their students through a devising process or a study of the elements of theatre. These are the secrets of Backbone...

Years

7 - 12

Area of interest

Drama & Theatre

Cost

$500

Type of learning

In-Class or Online Adaptable

Learning Objectives

  • Identification and analysis of dramatic conventions, choreographic and production choices made in contemporary physical theatre.
  • Increased theatrical vocabulary.
  • Understanding of the creative process of performance making.

This resource takes a universal design approach and encourages links between the performance, the concepts and student exploration broadly and/or specifically as directed by teachers. It is adaptable for year level or purpose.

Pricing

The free sample of this topic aims to introduce students to the process of performance creation.

The full version is a comprehensive resource on creative process and an insight into GOM's unique creative methods.

SampleFull
Creative & Abstract Thinking
Included
Included
Investigation into GOM’s Creative Process
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Included
Access to a scene from Backbone
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Included
Exercises on Creative Process
Not Included
Included
Information on Creating a Production Schedule
Not Included
Included
GOM's five-stage Metaphor for Creating Work
Not Included
Included
Insight into Creative Challenges
Not Included
Included
Full Length Video of Backbone
Not Included
Included

We acknowledge the Kaurna Miyurna (People) upon the Yarta (Land) which we make our work.

With our respects we honour their Elders, past, present and emerging, and acknowledge the first artists of Australia.

It is our privilege to live and create on their country.

Supported By

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