Duška Radosavljevic specialises in British and European theatre practice and has worked with the RSC and many other theatre companies and festivals.
New Approach to Autism
Autistic children who take part in drama and performance-based activities may demonstrate improved communication levels and interpersonal interaction. In a Kent research project entitled Imagining Autism, children with autism engaged in a series of interactive sensory environments such as 'outer space', 'under the sea' and 'the arctic'. Each environment was designed for them to encounter a range of stimuli and respond to triggers created through li...
16th April 2014
Film Talk: Lila Rawlings – 14th May
Lila Rawlings - 'From international film marketing to script editing' Wednesday 14th May, 4-6pm in MLT2 All welcome! Biography: Lila is an Executive Producer at Left Bank Pictures (The Queen) and is currently developing her own slate of film and TV projects with a range of writers and directors. In the last year she has initiated 3 feature film projects with Film4, Studio Canal and the British Film Institute. She has also begun work on a l...
10th April 2014
Paris Summer School Scholarship Winners
We are delighted to announce the winners of the Paris Summer School Scholarships. The successful students from the School of Arts who won scholarships for Paris were: Nigel Ip (History & Philosophy of Art), Mira Kuure (History & Philosophy of Art), Francesco Morino (Film) and Benjamin Ridge (Drama & Theatre). The scholarships were open to second- and final-year undergraduate students across all subject areas to spend the first two ...
8th April 2014
UNDEREXPOSED: Female artists and the medium of print
Underexposed will survey the ways in which prominent female artists have used the medium of print over the last two centuries (and beyond). It will feature painters and sculptors, and highlight how print relates to their primary focus. It will also look at those who are or have been printmakers first and foremost, and why they have chosen to work in that particular artistic medium. At the same time, the exhibition will examine the different types of prints, ...
4th April 2014
Waves of Horror Festival – 23rd – 25th May, The Gulbenkian
Waves of Horror was conceived in order to explore trends and cycles in the horror film genre, and in its inaugural year the weekend will be devoted to British film and TV horror. From The League of Gentlemen's Christmas Special to Hammer's Twins of Evil, the festival aims to acknowledge instances that have contributed to building the reputation of British horror, whilst taking a fresh look at what is considered horror...
3rd April 2014