IMZ ACADEMY EDITIONS
The IMZ Academy was launched in 2013 and is the ongoing professionalisation initiative of the IMZ International Music + Media Centre
in order to foster the sustainable development of the music + dance film industry.
The following IMZ Academy editions are currently taking place or have taken place in the course of the last years.
IMZ Academy Editions 2022
In this IMZ Academy Expert Session during the 59. Golden Prague International Television Festival, an expert panel shares key topics + opinions on sustainability and classical music television.
A joint online course on 28 June will explore the pitfalls and best practices of delivering cultural content online.
This panel feexplored current and future dynamics in the Arts & Culture streaming environment, took a close look at new content/formats and uncovered trends in storytelling and reaching (new) audiences.
A highly practical 3-day master class on live multi-camera directing for concert coverage in the digital age hosted by the Gothenborg Symphony Orchestra.
Ways to identify + protect digital assets such as music + video files in the online world.
IMZ Academy Editions 2021
In this IMZ Academy Expert Session during the 59. Golden Prague International Television Festival, an expert panel shares key topics + opinions on the future of classical music within public-service broadcasters’ content strategies.
Three very different creative case studies for digitally connecting with audiences in the performing arts.
A flexible faculty of expert speakers delivering a bespoke range of digital literacy and creative course modules which Conservatoires and Universities can choose from according to their needs, schedule and budgets.
How will the future of the audiovisual sector develop by 2030? And what can this future look like?
The revolutionary IMZ Metadata Standard is being defined, advanced + tested by the IMZ + its member organisations within the framework of the development of IMZ Online Services.
PREVIOUS IMZ ACADEMY EDITIONS
This online IMZ Academy will explore the benefits of integrating media skills in higher music education.
The shortlisted projects for the FEDORA Digital Prize were introduced, and through them, the crucial relationship between technological and creative innovation has been examined.
What does “good” look like for Digital Creative Projects in the Performing Arts? And what are the criteria for commissioning and delivering them?
This IMZ Academy explored the necessity + benefits of integrating media skills in higher music education.
Key market leaders shared the latest developments in performance capture technology, how to reach an audience through focussing on distribution models, and online strategies.
In partnership with Accademia Teatro alla Scala, this IMZ Academy edition helped opera houses to position and promote themselves in the digital world.
In cooperation with Classical:NEXT, this IMZ Academy Session explored social media + streaming implications for performing arts live experiences.
This IMZ Academy Session assesed the implications of new technologies for audiovisual music recordings and its impact on audience engagement.
Having taken place in the course of the Master of Art Film Festival in Sofia, Bulgaria, this IMZ Academy Session shared the insights of the most acclaimed music documentary filmmakers of our time.
Having taken place in the course of Golden Prague, this IMZ Academy provided valuable input for everyone wanting to go live on screens with the performing arts.
This IMZ Academy was designed to help orchestras tackle crucial and current issues around audience development and online strategies.
In corporation with the Eliette and Herbert von Karajan Institute, this IMZ Academy Session explored the opportunities and challenges arising at the intersection of brand and technology.
This IMZ Academy Session focused on innovative technologies in performing arts film production with an emphasis on 360° experiences.
This IMZ Academy examined promising options to reach + engage new audiences in an innovative manner with a focus on online and social media.
This IMZ Academy provided best practice in marketing strategies, streaming solutions and the latest capture-technologies for orchestras.
This IMZ Academy Session took place in the course of Avant Première 2017 and assessed the interrelations of digital space and the arts, suggesting possible ways of future engagement.
This IMZ Academy shed light on all aspects of the visualisation of the art form dance: From dance performance capture to the contextualisation of performance and performers.
This IMZ Academy explored storytelling for opera in a digital environment and analysed performance capture and streaming solutions.
This IMZ Academy session invited seasoned experts from renowned institutions to discuss and evaluate the effects of digitalisation on the performing arts.
This IMZ Academy Session provided valuable insights and advice for filmmakers on how to best summarise and promote their productions in a showreel.