Duška Radosavljevic specialises in British and European theatre practice and has worked with the RSC and many other theatre companies and festivals.
Professor Christina Lodder and Malevich
Tate Modern in London is currently staging a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of work by the great Russian modernist Kazimir Malevich. The reviews thus far have been ecstatic. The combination with Henri Matisse's late cut-outs makes the gallery an unmissable destination this summer. Professor Christina Lodder in History of Art is one of the leading authorities on Malevich and Russian modernism in general. She has contributed an essay to the Tate&apos...
21st July 2014
31st July, IFTR Warwick – The Director's Laboratory: Probing the Genesis of Theatre
THURSDAY 31 JULY 2014 14:15 - 15:45 Curated Panel - The Director's Laboratory: Probing the Genesis of Theatre GP 6.12 : Meeting Room 9, Scarman House, University of Warwick Chair Frederik Le Roy Research tracing the genesis of the creation processes in contemporary director's theatre, make visible a great variety of working methods - "each work cr...
21st July 2014
Public Exhibition: ‘Stepping Out’
GCSE & A LEVEL FINE ART / PHOTOGRAPHY / TEXTILES / ART & DESIGN Presented by students of the Community College WhitstableKeynes College: The Teaching Gallery and Staff Common Room University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NZ Public View: 10 July 17 July Please join us for this wonderful show
11th July 2014
ETRN Conference – Thomas Ostermeier: Reinventing Directors' Theatre at the Schaubühne Berlin
On the occasion of the performance of Ostermeier's 2012 Schaubühne production of Ibsen's An Enemy of the People (Ein Volksfeind) at the Barbican London (24-28 September 2014), we invite you to take part in an International Symposium, presented by: European Theatre Research Network (ETRN) / University of Kent, University of Essex, University of Birmingham, Universit...
7th July 2014
Public Event: ‘Guitar Heroes in Education? Music-based video-games and their potential for musical and performance creativity’
In July, thirteen members of the AHRC funded network will meet for the first time in person in Canterbury to discuss and debate some of the core questions of the project together. On the last day of this meeting, July 12, we open up to the general public who will have the opportunity to attend a free public event. This will be at the Gulben...
2nd July 2014