Documentation, ethical considerations
a lot of what happened at Drama Boreale 2018 – The Open Ensemble is possible to find here on this webpage, filmed material, Mentimeter results etc. The film clips below are selected in certain Playlists, that is material that we classified as Public material possible to share openly, then we also have material that is more personal, password-protected. Available only for those who page that all of You that were present at the conference can get access to after signing an agreement on how to deal with the filmed material. This also links back to the information in the registration form where it was mandatory to read and agree on the following principles for the conference:
The 9th Drama Boreale conference is conducted differently than the previous versions. We would therefor like You to please make sure You are aware of this by watching a short film here that describes our conference design.
Participatory action research (PAR) is a collaborative way of research inquiry in cycles of planning-acting-observerving and reflecting. The research is done within the community, in this case the Drama Boreale context, but also communicated to other parts of the research community, in iterative feedback loops. Action oriented learning changes and challenges traditional positionality between the researchers and the practioners. The process is not neatly planned, but emerges as we find new questions and areas to explore during our time together. The process is unique, as well as the outcomes. Our wish is for the learning that takes place to both be harvested and continue and grow beyond our days together. Participatory action research (PAR) is an approach to research in communities that emphasizes participation and action. It seeks to understand the world by trying to change it, collaboratively and following reflection. PAR emphasizes collective inquiry and experimentation grounded in experience and social history. Within a PAR process, ”communities of inquiry and action evolve and address questions and issues that are significant for those who participate as co-researchers”.
Wednesday Nora Bateson Warm Data Lab