Research News Archive

2017

Mindful Movement for Professional Development and Self Care
Indra Majore-Dusele
25th -26th May
Edge Hill University

Concurrent #3 at Tate Liverpool
19th – 25th February
Tate Liverpool
View Concurrent #3’s full documentation

2016

Wednesday, 1st June
Dr Nisha Sajnani
An Introduction to Developmental Transformations (DVT)

Saturday, 13th-14th June – Arts for Wellbeing
Developmental movement in education, therapy and the arts

Saturday, 23rd-24th May – Arts for Wellbeing
Arts, Identity and Healing in the Context of the Refugee Crisis

2014

Wednesday, 19th November
Dr Eva Urban, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge
Manifesto: theatre against reification

Wednesday, 1st October
Professor Robert Gordon, Director, The Pinter Centre
Goldsmiths’ approach to Practice based Research, in the context of REF

Wednesday, 25th June
Dr Laura Haughey, University of Waikato, New Zealand,
“Choice. Control. Expression. Freedom. A model for Disability Arts in the work of Equal Voices”

Tuesday, 24th June
Professor Victor Merriman
Theorising the Flourishing City: from Enfield to Anfield

Wednesday, 18th June
Dr Kate Katafiasz, Newman University, Birmingham, Exploring Identity and Difference in Edward Bond’s Tune (2011)

Saturday, 14th & Sunday, 15th June
Developmental movement for children and their families

Saturday, 26th & Sunday, 27th April
Working with Depression through the Arts Psychotherapies: Research Evidence and Clinical Applications

Wednesday, 5th March
Professor Tim Prentki, Performance and Civic Futures Research Seminar

2013

September
Healthful Dancing Symposium: the significance of improvisation in paediatric healthcare

30th April
Mark Edward & Company in collaboration with Julia Griffin
Falling Apart at the Seams – performance, and post-performance Seminar on Age Discrimination in Dance

22nd & 23rd March
International Colloquium on Performance and Domination

25th of February
Professor Victor Merriman
Inaugural lectureYou can see into the future from here: Playing Ireland in Hard Times

18th & 19th of January
A Symposium on Costume and Scenography – Critical Costume

2012

Digital Edge Writing Award for innovative (writing) approaches responding to digital interactions intrinsic to contemporary social experience, exploring how social media might support creative interaction among practitioners, and between practitioners and audiences (Department of Performing Arts, with Rose Theatre, Ormskirk, North West Playwrights, and Capital Theatre Festival).

The INDRA Congress (August).

2009

Annual European Contact Improvisation Teachers’ Exchange:Living Narratives (collaboration with Lotto Lab), Rose Theatre

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