Crossmodalism is a movement born from the synthesis of art, science, and entrepreneurship. It is based in learning and collaboration across non-traditionally linked disciplines, ideas, and communities. Through this foundation, Crossmodalism fosters an appreciation of the full human experience in connection to its sensorial and natural environment.
Open Senses Festival (London, United Kingdom)
Open Senses was launched in May 2017 as the world’s first festival dedicated to sensory practice and research - uniting a diverse group of practitioners dedicated to exploring the senses. In 2018 we present Open Senses: Ideas in Progress, a chance to bring the sensory community together on a regular basis, with the goal of opening up pathways for experimentation and collaboration.
SWAP'ra (London, United Kingdom)
SWAP’ra is a group of artists who have come together to build a supportive community to effect positive change for women and parents in opera.
We aim to be a voice for women and parents (men and women) in opera bycelebrating professional achievements in an industry where women are underrepresented in so many areas, as illustrated by the graphics to the left*collating data from existing artists in the industry and offering effective and workable solutions for companies establishing a friendly, supportive and non-judgemental community providing a platform for performance and publicity challenging preconceptions to improve attitudes towards women and parents in the arts
Hearing Art, Seeing Sound Festival (Yerevan, Armenia)
Hearing Art Seeing Sound Արվեստ Առանց Սահմանների միջազգային Փառատոն
An annual interdisciplinary Art/Music/Science Festival that combines different disciplines, providing a platform for new work and creations. The unique concept lies in the collaboration format, with the Festival bringing together non-traditional creatives for curated performances, masterclasses, discussions, and seminars.
ENA Ensemble (New York/Philadelphia)
We make operas, theater, cinema, music, cabaret, and art to tell stories. These stories can be about anything, but they always fit into a larger theme - one night, many stories, one major take-away. We don’t aim to moralize, but we do wield a collection of voices, and they have something to say.
We have an orchestra of performers and a choir of singers who share our vision, our love for these art forms, and our urgency to bring ideas to the stage.