In Britain, the education for tecnicians in theatre dance is surely one of the most advanced. But, video is too new a medium to treat it in education excetnsively. Criticising this fact, the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in partnership with Complicite and the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange are hosting a day of discussion, demonstration and networking to discuss the future of projection and how Higher Education should address the increasing demands for video and projection in theatre.

Our key-note speaker is Simon McBurney - artistic director of Complicite.

Other speakers include: Chris Britton; founder of Forkbeard Fantasy

Sophie Clements; visual artist working with sound and music

William Dudley; theatre designer

Thomas Gray; video and animation designer, The Gray Circle

Lloyd Newson; director of DV8 physical theatre

Scott Palmer; programme manager, performance design, University of Leeds

Hansjorg Schmidt; programme director, lighting design,

Rose Bruford College

Dick Straker & Finn Ross; video and projection designers,

Mesmer

Lunch and refreshments will be provided

Where? Barbican Theatre on the set of "Shun-kin", Complicite's latest production

When? Friday 20th February : 9.30am - 5.00pm

Cost? Tickets cost £20 which includes lunch and coffees.

Tickets are not available on the day. Booking To book a place please complete the booking form (or if you wish to book multiple places click here). All booking forms must be returned by 10 February 2009. Accommodation Please click here for a list of local hotels. click here for more information

Views: 45

Comment

You need to be a member of dance-tech to add comments!

Join dance-tech

welcome to dance-tech.net

Welcome!

dance-tech.net provides movement and new media artists, theorist, thinkers and technologists the possibility of sharing work, ideas and research, generating opportunities for knowledge exchange, interdisciplinary explorations, innovations and collaboration. 

dance-tech.net is a social networking website connecting people concerned about innovation and experimentation on movement  arts and  its evolving embodied practices knowledge, stories and histories.

So, dance-tech.TV and .net are FREE...

but it is supported by the generosity of its members and special funds from Motion Bank/Choreographic Coding Labs (Frankfurt)

 

You must SIGN-UP to interact with dance-tech.net members enjoy the social networking features

The use of dance-tech.net and dance-tech.tv is FREE

This networked is maintained and administrated by Marlon Barrios Solano for free as an independent project.

You can donate to support my work here:

WOULD YOU LIKE MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION?


Support dance-tech.net making a single donation of any amount.
Thank you!

Contact:

marlon@dance-tech.net

for more information

 

Creative Commons License
All content uploaded @
http://www.dance-tech.net
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

MEMBERS ARE RESPONSIBLE ABOUT RESPECTING THE LICENSES OF THEIR UPLOADED CONTENT.

LICENSE YOU CONTENT
LEARN MORE ABOUT CREATIVE COMMONS

 

watch dance-tech.tv

© 2020   Created by Marlon Barrios Solano.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service