ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY RHUL

A very proud time for sure. I was invited to run the Repertoire Module in and return again in , offering the students a taste of aerial dance for the first time in the degree’s history. It is frequently but not exclusively associated with the circus and throughout its history has been dominated by non-disabled performers. E15 Acting School, Southend Campus: Drama, Theatre and Dance home.

A very proud time for sure. It is a short term contract. I was invited to run the Repertoire Module in and return again in , offering the students a taste of aerial dance for the first time in the degree’s history. They are assessed on solo performances and group pieces. University of Kent at Canterbury: I have also been a visiting artist for specialist training in Applied Theatre and the final year students.

Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance.

annotated bibliography rhul

I had a fabulous spring and summer of starting off aannotated one of four full-time trainers working with the ‘disabled aerialists’ who would perform in the POC Historical and cultural perspectives of aerial are drawn from the few academic experts in the field, notably Paul Bouissac, Steve Gossard and Peta Tait; disability perspectives are guided by a wealth of theorists including Erving Goffman, P.

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They are assessed on solo performances and group bubliography. I have been teaching aerial on the Physical Theatre BA since it began in Abstract Aerial ism is the art of suspended movement, generated by aerialists working with equipment such as trapezes, ropes and harnesses.

University of Kent at Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University: My aerial courses run in Whitstable and Faversham in Kent. Drama, Rjul and Dance home. Increasing numbers of disabled artists are however, now engaging with aerial.

Ms Katrina Carter – Research – Royal Holloway, University of London

As a professional aerialist working extensively with disabled performers, the research draws on my practice and direct correspondence with other disabled and non-disabled practitioners. It features two case studies in which I was aerial choreographer and trainer: PhD Thesis Suspending Conventions: Aerial Choreographer for Paralympic Opening Ceremony: Affiliations I am a full member of Equity.

I was invited to run the Repertoire Module in and return again inoffering the students a taste of aerial dance for the first time in the degree’s history. The role involves running a symposium; biblography an annotated bibliography; managing promotion and website for the project; conducting interviews and observations of academics and artists utilising participatory research and learning in their work.

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It is a short term contract.

A very proud time for bilbiography. I was fortunate enough to be offered a fantastic role as part of the POC for London E15 Acting School, Southend Campus: Find an expert Search for researchers: Working closely with Artistic Directors Jenny Sealey and Bradley Hemmings and Aerial Consultant Phil Hayes I ran the daily aerial rehearsals, devising sequences that were then incorporated into the ceremony.

annotated bibliography rhul

I have also been a visiting artist for specialist training in Applied Theatre and the final year students. Ms Katrina Carter Former. It is frequently annotatee not exclusively associated with the circus and throughout its history has been dominated by non-disabled performers.