What’s in it for….? Open events.
June 25 - June 28| Free
Artistic Doctorates in Europe (ADiE) invites you to share, listen and think with us at the University of Chichester
25th – 28th June 2018.
Dance Studio One, Bishop Otter Campus, Chichester, PO19 6PE
Wednesday 27th June, 3.00 – 5.30pm | Artistic Research: What’s in it for the Funders, Commissioners and Producers? long table discussion.
Hosted by Prof Jane Bacon (University of Chichester), Prof Vida Midgelow (Middlesex University) and Paul Russ (Dance4) with guest funders, producers, artists, academics.
Followed by a networking buffet and performance at 6.30pm | Dancing Age(ing): Performing Ambiguity performance lecture by Dr. Susanne Martin including discussion about her artistic research and PaR PhD.
Thursday 28th June, 10.30am-12.00pm | Artistic Research: What’s in it for Intercultural Practices and Contexts, Dancing with an Other.
Prof. Chris Bannerman (Middlesex University).
Your presence and participation in these two events will contribute to research leading to recommendations that will inform how Artistic Research, or practice-led research in dance and performance is supported and meets audiences in the future, helping us to forge links in ways that are fruitful for all.
These crucial conversations will place the UK cultural sector in dialogue with Artist Researchers from the UK, Sweden and Finland. It will build on provocations introduced at Talking Thinking Dancing symposium (June 2017) and Artistic Research: What’s in it for the Art? at Weld, Stockholm (March 2018) and coincides with a two-week international teaching exchange for Doctoral Candidates.
Mon | 25th– Wed 27th | 9am-4pm | Art One Dark Studio
Skein, an installation containing documentation of Ashleigh Bowmott’s practice as research in Performance PhD. The work will be open Monday until Wednesday in the Dark Studio, ArtOne Building. Ashleigh will be speaking about her practice presentation choices for her final examination on Wednesday in the Long Table Discussion).
Mon | 25th June | 7.30 – 8.30pm | Dance Studio 1
Claire French – A live exposition of a group process. Social and Artistic Interminglings: Choreographic Process as a Shared Practice. A live exposition of a group process. Upgrade to PhD PaR Examination. (Claire will be speaking about her choice of performance format for this viva on Wednesday in the Long Table Discussion)
Tues | 26th June | 12.30 – 1.30pm | Meet outside Dance Department facing the Quad area
Virginia Farman – ‘Dances on Street Corners’. PaR PhD performance for examination. (Virginia will be speaking about her choice of performance format for her upgrade viva on Wednesday in the Long Table Discussion)
Wednesday | 27th June
5.30 – 6.30pm | Buffet supper and networking
6.30 – 8.00pm | Dancing Age(ing): Performing Ambiguity performance lecture by Dr. Susanne Martin including discussion about her artistic research and PaR PhD.
Dancing Age(ing) – Performing Ambiguity is a danced lecture that unfolds the ambiguous space at the edges of what is young and what is old, real and imagined, practice and theory, dance and life. It employs the privilege of artistic research / Practice as Research to widen and deepen our understanding of the world by creating a space in which knowledge and experience, creative play and analysis, fact and fancy, reflection and action can blend and blur and challenge us.
Photo by William Gillingham-Sutton
All events are free to attend but please confirm your attendance with Jane Bacon by email at: [email protected]