In spite of a long history of interdisciplinary creation, from our earliest recorded arts to our present moment, artistic pedagogy has created divisions between dance, music, theatre, visual arts, poetry and film. This has left artists in a "post-Babel" condition where we don't share the same language and definitions. It has also encouraged artists to develop practices for devising, creating and composing work that are distinct to their disciplines.
This websites is devoted to the practice of building bridges between disciplines and encouraging artistic promiscuity. To that end we have developed a growing TOOLBOX that includes some practical DEFINITIONS and an archive of TOOLS & PROJECTS for implementation in the classroom or any other site of creation. We've also developed an array of RESOURCES that include a BIBLIOGRAPHY of published texts organized in useful categories, page devoted to some important examples of interdisciplinary collaboration from HISTORY, and a collection of REFERENCES including websites, videos and other examples of work.
This TOOLBOX is a living document and we eagerly welcome you to CONTACT us with your contributions and feedback.