We’re looking forward to getting activity in the centre started again in September and October. Watch this space for lots of new events that will be announced.
For now, here is a teaser of the work in progress events we have coming up in the Autumn!
The work in progress discussion events hosted by the Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts offer staff and postgraduate students an opportunity to seek feedback on developing work in progress. These events use the Critical Response Framework (CRP) developed by Liz Lerman as a way to structure discussion and allow the participants to gain the most from giving and receiving feedback. The aim is to enable the artists involved to produce their best work possible and to share ideas about creating and disseminating artistic practice as part of practice-research methodologies.
All the sessions are 4.15-6.45:
19th October 2016 – Ag08 (Anselm Studio 1): ‘Mind Games’: A Play-in-Progress, Paul T Skinner (Senior Lecturer in Drama, English and Creative Writing)
9th November 2016 – room tbc: Joe Inkpen (PhD student in Composition, Music and Performing Arts)
30th November 2016 – room tbc: Dr Alistair Zaldua (Music and Performing Arts) and Adam Hodgkins (University of Westminster) [NB this even precedes a performance of their work at free range, Waterlane Coffe e House, Canterbury on 1st December at 8.30)
7th December 2016 – room tbc: Emily Peasgood (PhD student in Composition, Music and Performing Arts)
Looking forward to seeing you there!