Paul Allain specialises in actor training, Eastern and East European/Russian Theatre forms including the work of Gardzienice, Grotowski and Andrei Droznin.
History of Art
ARC and CISFMI Symposium on Villains
The Aesthetic Research Centre (ARC) and the Centre for the Interdisciplinary Study of Film and the Moving Image (CISFMI) warmly invite you to: A Symposium on Villains University of Kent 21st May 2015 9am-5pm Grimond lecture theatre 2 Little has been said about the appeal of villains, and the important role they play in stories. In what sense can we be said to enjoy the villain's transgressions and do we enjoy all sorts of transgressions? In this inter...
30 April 2015
Opening soon in Studio 3 Gallery: Beautifully Obscene: The History of the Erotic Print
15th May 12th June, 2015 Monday Friday 9am-5pm Admission Free, Fully Accessible Private View: 15th of May, 2015, 6 PM 8 PM Studio 3 Gallery Jarman Building Canterbury CT2 7UG Studio 3 Gallery is pleased to present Beautifully Obscene: The History of the Erotic Print. Featuring over 30 works from across Europe and Japan and spanning the course of 500 years, the exhibition incorporates the different approaches used by arti...
30 April 2015
Duska Radosavljevic wins the TaPRA David Bradby Award
Congratulations to drama academic, Duka Radosavljevic, who has won the TaPRA (Theatre and Performance Research Association) David Bradby Award for her book Theatre-Making: Interplay Between Text and Performance in the 21st Century (Palgrave). This is the most distinguished award for outstanding theatre scholarship in the UK – a huge well done to Duska for this achievement.
28 April 2015
School of Arts Admin Team Shortlisted for THE Leadership and Management Awards 2015
Congratulations to the administration team at the School of Arts who have been shortlisted for the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2015 in the category ‘Outstanding Departmental Administration Team.’ The simple fact is that the School of Arts admin team is superb. The support I’ve been given by individuals and the group as a whole is exemplary. Academics and students are the benefic...
21 April 2015
50th Anniversary Events at our centre in Rome
The 50th Anniversary events and Rome centre launch last Wednesday, including a spectacular party at the Borghese Gallery with HA students acting as expert guides, were all very successful. Deputy VC Keith Mander gave a speech to the assembled dignitaries in the Borghese about the University’s first 50 years, and there was a very optimistic feel about the continuing success of the University on the European stage and the great potential that Kent’...
21 April 2015