Visual score︎︎︎
Create abstract visual scores with large paper and a variety of markers, paints, etc. These can be abstract drawings and symbols that the group designs together. Build the works with a sense of time from one side of the score to the end.  Put them all in the center of the room—have the groups choose one that they didn’t make and create a composition (dance, film, music, installation, etc.).

You can also give the same visual score to a composer and choreographer and have them work independently. Then come together to perform their work (in the spirit of Cunningham and Cage). This work includes compositional principals from visual art, music and dance and could also translate into video and film.
︎︎︎from Rob Kitsos