17 November, 2018 at 15:00 -17:00 hrs
Venue: Room 301, Chamchuri 10 Bldg., Chulalongkorn University[click for map]
สถานที่: ห้อง 301 อาคารจามจุรี 10 จุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย [คลิกเพื่อดูแผนที่]
JUNE TAN DIRECTION
Featured Presentation 2. Co-producing and Touring between Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia - what are the possibilities for independent practitioners and companies?
What are the challenges and possibilities of touring, co-producing and co-presenting work between Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia? What would help independent practitioners create and present work together, between the countries, better and more frequently? By discussing experience of presenting/bringing shows to different countries, what are the challenges faced by the presenters? What is required for self-producing artists and independent producers to consider if they are looking to explore touring and co-producing possibilities between Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore?
Cui Yin Mok, independent producer (Singapore)
Jaturachai Srichanwanpen, independent practitioner (Thailand)
Ian Chow, Group General Manager, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) (Malaysia)
Rebecca Kezia, programmer, Komunitas Salihara (Indonesia)
Cui Yin Mok (http://tsuei.co) is an independent multi-disciplinary producer and arts manager. Recent projects include Anticipation of One by SA x NADA x Brandon Tay (Singapore, 2018), and the Speficifisfety series by Lee Mun Wai & Lee Ren Xin (Singapore, 2017; Malaysia, 2018). She is a member of the organising team for Producers SG (http://producers.sg), working on outreach and digital content, and also a voluntary member of the Arts NMP Secretariat. Cui graduated from Goldsmiths University of London with an MA (Distinction) in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy. She was also awarded the National Arts Council Postgraduate Scholarship in 2012.
Born in 1986, Jaturachai Srichanwanpen began his career in the alternative theatre scene in Bangkok when he was 17 with Naked Mask Theatre Company. He has been a writer, director and actor in many plays since then. In 2016, Jaturachai and Tan Shou Chen (Singapore) received a creation grant from National Arts Council Singapore to work on a collaborative project Open Waters where both needed to co-write a script based on Bangkok and Singapore city, a process that lasted 18 months. At present, Jaturachai is a independent theatre maker and a lecturer in scriptwriting for Srinakharinwirot University.
Ian Chow is an arts manager by day, and singer-songwriter / creative producer by night. He is currently attached with The Actors Studio Malaysia (TAS), The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac) and Performing Arts Centre of Penang (penangpac), as the Group General Manager. He is also the Production Director with the Young Choral Academy. To date (since his foray into the arts in 2002), he has been involved in more than 100 local (Malaysians) productions in various creative and management roles from producing to directing to performing as well as stage and production management.
Rebecca Kezia graduated from University of Indonesia with Indonesia Studies Major in 2014. She was actively involved in campus theater production with Teater Pagupon and several professional productions such as with Stock Theater as playwright. She has worked freelance for several art programs as producer, moderator, and researcher in Jakarta Arts Council. Since then she has continued working in both sides of performing arts; managing productions as well as actively creating the artistic sides. She is currently working in Komunitas Salihara as programmer and assists in performances of Salihara Production, including the latest production of dance Cablaka by Otniel Tasman and Monolog Sutan Sjahrir by Ahda Imran and Rukman Rosadi.