Capturing Process? Practice Research in the Arts

Capturing Process? Practice Research in the Arts

Capturing Process?
A One Day Symposium on Practice Research within the Creative Arts

Keynote Address: Professor Robin Nelson (CSSD)

Reg Bailey Building RB7
Kingston University, London
June 29 2011

Penrhyn Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey KT1 2EE

The inaugural event of Kingston University’s practice.research.unit aims to raise what has been, perhaps, the most challenging question of recent work within the creative arts: if process is a unifying and consolidating element between practice and non-practice research, between work and reflection, between analysis, reflection and work, then how do we capture it to then share it with examiners, researchers and collaborators?

Keynote Address: Robin Nelson (Central School of Speech and Drama)

Session 1: Capturing Process
Confirmed speakers include Prof. John Irving (IMR)

Session 2: Defining Practice: Rehearsing Applied Strategies

Round Table: Reflections on ‘Capturing’ a Dynamic Process

PhD Show: including students from dance, drama, film, music and performance

practice research unit launch and wine reception

Full programme forthcoming on the conference website

£5 waged / £2 unwaged / KU members free

To register: https://ebiz.kingston-university.com/webStore/courses/coursedetails.asp?CourseDateID=738&CourseID=342

For more information please contact either Professor John Mullarkey (Film) or Dr. Helen Julia Minors (Music).

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