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International Conference Theatre and Performance Design Education Network

01 November 2017

The Event 
The inaugural international conference of The Theatre & Performance Design Education Network will bring together teachers and researchers from a range of international institutions engaged in the teaching of theatre and performance design and its affiliated fields. It will facilitate the sharing of current best practice, strategize for the future and provide a discursive forum for interrogating the efficacy of different pedagogical approaches.
 
The following themes, Collaboration, Digital Technologies, Space & Architecture, Interdisciplinarity, Drawing & Performance, Costume, and Scenography Unbound, will provide critical lenses to explore key questions such as: how are we equipping theatre and performance design students with the requisite skills, knowledge and understanding to not only work in the creative industries as they are now but to shape those industries in the future?
 
Key Note Speakers
Rolf Hughes is Professor of Artistic Research at Stockholm University of the Arts, a prose poet, essayist, epistemologist and researcher of innovative forms of artistic and transdisciplinary practices over more than twenty years. He is co-founder of Radical Circus (2016), a group dedicated to radical experiments in artistic research and contemporary circus arts. Alongside Rachel Armstrong, he is exploring the contribution of poetry, choreography, and performing arts to the field of experimental architecture.
 
Further keynotes to be confirmed.
 
For further information please visit our webpage http://www.arts.ac.uk/about-ual/theatre-network/
 
Registration
The conference will take place at the Barbican Centre, London, United Kingdom (15-16 March 2018)
Early bird tickets are priced at £295 and are available until mid-December 2017. This includes full attendance to both days, lunch, refreshments, drinks and a canape reception.


 
 


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