Music & Performing Arts Collaboration

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Music & Performing Arts Collaboration by Mind Map: Music & Performing Arts Collaboration

1. What are the ways we work together?

1.1. Create/devise shows, plays, music etc. Rehearse shows, discuss scenes.

1.1.1. Connecting with other theatre groups

1.2. Communication

1.3. Jamming

1.4. Songwriting

1.5. Organising gigs/festivals.

1.6. Online using online software to rehearse perform, record.

1.7. Not always a 50/50 collaboration. Hierarchy within bands or a recording process. Having a "leader" within the group - can be more effective and keep roles clear.

1.8. Building camaraderie with people you're collaborating with.

2. Who do we collaborate with?

2.1. loads of people

2.1.1. Theatre companies, audiences, director, producers, music directors, choreographers.

2.2. Actors

2.3. The Meteor

2.4. Performing arts groups

2.5. press, journalists

2.6. Other musicians

2.7. Fanbase/audience

2.8. Venue owners. Photographers, film-makers. Social media experts. Recording studios.

2.9. Radio DJ's

3. How do 'norms' impact values and the way people work together in your domain?

3.1. By creating a safe and fun enviroment for other performers to work in

3.2. They make the environment effective and work will be able to be produced easily

3.3. In some cases, unrealistic expectations have become a norm. This can give people a bad taste and perhaps steer them away from collaborating with a certain group in the future, or collaboration in general.

4. How can collaboration influence workplace culture?

4.1. Good collaboration has a positive impact on performance workplace culture, it makes it easier for everyone to work together. It makes for a healthy work environment where artistic and creative ideas feel welcome.

4.1.1. If people aren't collaborating with each other it would make it very difficult to create a show. Rehearsing is a very collaborative space so if people aren't listening, helping each other, coming up with ideas the show won't be able to run as best as it could.

4.2. Make it run very affectively, if everyone is doing their part the operation shall run smoothly and there won't be room for error.

4.3. Bad collaboration may cause people to become at odds with each other, affecting relationships in the process.

4.4. How can collaboration influence workplace culture?

4.4.1. Good collaboration has a positive impact on performance workplace culture, it makes it easier for everyone to work together. It makes for a healthy work environment where artistic and creative ideas feel welcome.

4.4.1.1. If people aren't collaborating with each other it would make it very difficult to create a show. Rehearsing is a very collaborative space so if people aren't listening, helping each other, coming up with ideas the show won't be able to run as best as it could.

4.4.2. Make it run very affectively, if everyone is doing their part the operation shall run smoothly and there won't be room for error.

4.4.3. Bad collaboration may cause people to become at odds with each other, affecting relationships in the process.

4.4.4. New node

4.5. Good collaboration allows the sharing and bouncing around/development of ideas within. group, rather than just one person.