Duška Radosavljevic specialises in British and European theatre practice and has worked with the RSC and many other theatre companies and festivals.
History of Art
History of Art Trip to Oxford
On Friday 12th December a group History and Philosophy of Art students set off to discover the cultural wonders of the museums of Oxford. The group initially explored the Ashmolean museum, perusing several millennia's worth of incredible artefacts in the renovated museum that astounded the students in the scope of the collections and the ingenuity of the museum design. Following this the group embarked on a walk across town to visit the hidden gem that is the Museum of Modern Art Oxford....
19th December 2014
The School of Arts achieves 1st in the UK for Research Power in REF 2014!
The results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) were released today and we are incredibly happy to announce that the School of Arts has achieved 1st in the UK in our category of Music, Drama, Dance and Performing Arts with a total research power score of 121.60. 83% of our research has been assessed as world leading or internationally excellent in terms of its originality, significance and rigor. This...
18th December 2014
BBC Success for Film Students Dan Lewsey and Pedro Younis!
Huge congratulations to two of our current film students, Dan Lewsey and Pedro Younis whose documentary 'Living the Dream,' which they made for the 'Representing Actuality' module, has been selected by BBC Fresh to be shown on BBC Three! Their documentary follows buskers in Canterbury. You can read more about Pedro and Dan here: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/profiles/3NvjGV08gpGsbg2M6gykL2y/profile-dan-lewsey-and-pedro-younis You can watc...
15th December 2014
AHRC grant awarded to Duska Radosavljevic for Early Years Project
The Mums and Babies Ensemble: Theatre-Making with the Early Years The Mums and Babies' Ensemble is a two-pronged public engagement project utilising research findings from Duska Radosavljevic's prior research into the 21st century dramaturgies, aimed at both theatre-makers and general audience. Rooted in the idea of theatre authorship as an increasingly participatory, non-literary, ensemble-led process, the project is inten...
5th December 2014
Well Remembered Voices Study Day at The Marlowe Theatre
It is easy to get bogged down (excuse the pun) in the Battles of Trench Warfare, but now I see that plays of the time are an insight into the culture of the time, which to me is equally as important in understanding the reasoning behind the Great War. This new insight has opened up a whole new perspective". Lindsay Kennett, who wrote these words in an email to me last week, was just one of the 30 plus participants who took part in our public study day o...
4th December 2014