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L’Atelier Arts is an artist-driven enterprise that creates genre-defying new work in collaboration with arts and cultural partners.
L’Atelier Arts performances and installations erase the boundaries between artist and audience, as well as site and stage.
Co-founded by theatre artist Corey Madden and composer Bruno Louchouarn, L’Atelier Arts has created 15 new works since its founding in 2007, each uniquely conceived, developed and sited.
L’Atelier Arts methodology places high value on a collaborative dialogue between commissioning organizations and artists, resulting in projects that embrace institutional goals without compromising aesthetic values.
L’Atelier Arts projects have been presented in theaters, concert halls, museums, public spaces and at a wide variety of performing and visual arts festivals across the United States and in Europe.
L’Atelier Arts collaborators include media artists, musicians, actors, choreographers, visual artists, writers, architects, designers as well as cultural leaders, scholars, researchers and curators.
L’Atelier Arts commissioning and presenting partners include Pasadena’s AxS Festival, Jet Propulsion Lab/NASA, Santa Monica’s GLOW, Piano Spheres, Diavolo Dance, The Getty Museum and Villa, Colburn School of Music, The Autry Museum of Western Heritage, University of California San Diego, ODC, Pacific Standard Time Performance Festival, The Liverpool Biennial, Occidental College, Speeltheatre, Center Theatre Group, Childsplay and Transatlantyk Film and Music Festival.
L’atelier literally means “studio” in French, but for us the term recalls the generative process among creative collaborators engaged in the research, conceptualization and production of a work of art. Each our project develops through an artistic, intellectual and cultural investigation that builds the capacity and understanding of the collaborators.
L’Atelier Arts methodology includes on six areas of focus:
Institutional: To foster innovation, collaboration and increased support between cultural institutions and professional artists.
Content: To creatively engage with contemporary culture and derive meaning and vitality to engage a wider audience in cutting edge new works.
Process: To promote and sustain creative collaboration between professional artists throughout the research, development and production of a new work.
Aesthetic: To reach beyond text-centered theatre by integrating design, architecture, movement, music, and emerging technology into the generative process.
Community: To create a diverse, inclusive and aesthetically adventurous cultural community.
Education: To use the research, creation and performance process as the basis for unique learning experiences.