Duška Radosavljevic specialises in British and European theatre practice and has worked with the RSC and many other theatre companies and festivals.
Three Layers of Telling a Story: Professor Paul Allain brings Erasmus Project to The School of Arts
'Three Layers of Telling a Story: Creation of Joint Curricula in the Higher Education of Cinematographers, Puppeteers and Applied Theatre Practitioners' Professor Paul Allain of The School of Arts is part of an exciting new Three Year Erasmus Programme entitled 'Three layers of telling a story: Creation of joint curricula in the Higher Education of Cinematographers, Puppetee...
29th September 2014
University of Kent makes top 30 in the Sunday Times League Table!
The University of Kent appeared 30th out of 123 institutions in the latest Sunday Times league table. This is the first time we have achieved a top 30 position and our progress up the table was specifically noted in the Good University Guide Supplement: "The university has been moving up our league table, rising another 3 places this year, fuelled by increasing levels of student satisfaction, good graduate job prospect...
25th September 2014
A Letter from French Film Director Bertrand Tavernier
On 19th August 2014, French film director Bertrand Tavernier wrote to a University of Kent lecturer asking him to convey a message to Kent's Film students. This is the letter: I was in Canterbury once for a film festival. I liked the city and the countryside. For many years, I have been a fan of a superb Powell and Pressburger film, very underrated, called A Canterbury Tale. A beautiful meditation on what is national identity (nothing to do with nationalism)...
23rd September 2014
Perugino Exhibition Co-curated by Professor Tom Henry
The 'Perugino, Master of Raphael' exhibtion, co-curated by Professor Tom Henry, is now running in Paris between 12th September 2014 - 19th January 2015. Considered by his contemporaries as one of the greatest painters in Italy, Perugino (1450-1523) pioneered a new style of painting during the last decades of the 15th century and the first two of 16th century, which profoundly influenced the period. His crystal-clear art, made of translucenc...
19th September 2014
A Brief History of Japanese Animation with Jasper Sharp
Saturday 1st November 2014 2pm to 4pm Gulbenkian, Canterbury A Brief History of Japanese Animation Animation is among the largest and most visible of Japan's cultural exports, and enjoys a massive popularity across the world. Japanese film specialist Jasper Sharp explores its history, from its origins in 1917 as essentially little more than a cottage industry in the hands of a small number of trailblazers such as Oten Shimokawa, Sanae Yamamoto an...
19th September 2014