The concept of care has yet to be fully investigated within performance-based scholarship. This symposium signals the start of a new project that explores how concepts of care can be developed, troubled and enhanced through an engagement with performance-based work and, simultaneously, how performance can be re-thought and re-imagined through a dialogue with care ethics.
An opportunity to find out more about Central's vibrant and diverse Research degrees programme.
‘I am sitting here knowing that what I say in the next ten seconds, what I do in the next half-hour, may transform my life to a dreamed-of place where I am recognised endlessly...’
If we want to research and analyse acting, and especially what can be called physical acting, how do we talk or write about movement, space, rhythm and sound/voice?
This German expressionist play explodes the cosy hypocrisy of bourgeois life.
This talk explores how an Ibero-American finishing fund competition known as ‘Films in Progress’, based at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain, helps Latin American films to be completed in order that these films have a chance of entering a prestigious, European film festival the following year.
Join MA/MFA Movement: Directing and Teaching team member Ioli Filippakopoulou for this free practical workshop.
It is now 1938, another war is in the air, but David and Joan Scott-Fowler, cling on to their past and the adrenaline-fuelled memories of their youth, unable and unwilling to face or adjust to the changing world.
An artist, two academics and two journalists selected a series of video fragments that engage with armed violence from recent news media, cinema and new media art. Intertwined with a cinema screening of this video collection, they discuss everyday experiences of fear and violence in Western Europe.
‘You’re either with us, or against us, there is no road between.’