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Noh Training Project UK 2017

Noh Training Project UK 2017
Date
19/08/2017 - 01/09/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
NTP UK is an intensive English-language programme in the chant, dance and musical instruments of Japan's classical theatre.

The Student Lock Festival @ CPT

The Student Lock Festival @ CPT
Date
05/06/2017
Location:
Camden People's Theatre
Description
The Student Lock Festival is an exciting new festival at Camden People's Theatre showcasing the best original productions being created by young, up-and-coming artists, curated by the department's very own Student Workshop. The works that will be performed this year have been chosen to celebrate young female artists. All are about women, by women, for women.

CFP - Asian Performing Arts: Collaboration and Exchange

CFP - Asian Performing Arts: Collaboration and Exchange
Date
30/05/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre, Royal Holloway University of London
Description
This academic symposium on Asian music, theatre and dance addresses the state of play in collaborative performance making in contemporary Asia and the participation of Asian artists in global performance projects and exchanges. Through education, travel, rising incomes, new communication technologies and English-language competency (among other factors), boundaries between art worlds ('traditional', 'modern', 'contemporary', 'popular', 'local', 'national', 'regional', 'international') are increasingly porous and Asian artists, creative materials and cultural ideas travel with relative ease. At the same time, there are mounting concerns around creative rights and ownership of cultural properties that impact directly on collaborative practices and the sharing of skills and knowledge.

Asian Performing Arts: Collaboration and Exchange

Asian Performing Arts: Collaboration and Exchange
Date
30/05/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
This academic symposium on Asian music, theatre and dance addresses the state of play in collaborative performance making in contemporary Asia and the participation of Asian artists in global performance projects and exchanges.

Not Just A Collaboration

Not Just A Collaboration
Date
25/05/2017
Location:
Handa Noh Theatre
Description
The Centre for Asian Theatre and Dance, with the generous support of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, is proud to present a practice-as-research production involving two visiting artists-in-residence from Indonesia, Dr Lili Suparli and Bapak Achmad Farmis, together with an international group of Royal Holloway postgraduate students and staff.

London Theatre Seminar: Political Theatre

London Theatre Seminar: Political Theatre
Date
27/04/2017
Location:
Senate House
Description
Our very own Bryce Lease is a speaker at the autumn series of London Theatre Seminar: 'Political Theatre', where his new book "After '89" will be launched!

Nation Re-Choreographed

Nation Re-Choreographed
Date
26/04/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre, Rehearsal Studio 2
Description
A talk by Dr Aishika Chakraborty, sponsored by the Centre for Asian Theatre and DanceDr Aishika Chakraborty is Associate Professor at the School of Women's Studies, Jadavpur University, India. Following the completion of her doctoral thesis on widowhood in colonial Bengal, the focus of Aishika's current research is the journey of contemporary dance in Bengal, underscoring its history, legacy and politics of gender. Her co-edited book, Moving Space: Women in Performance, is forthcoming in 2017, while she edited and introduced a volume titled Ranjabati, A Dancer and Her World in 2008.

Still in the Game: The State of Indonesian Art History in C21st

Still in the Game: The State of Indonesian Art History in C21st
Date
21 - 23/04/2017
Location:
Cornell University, Johnson Museum, Kahin Centre
Description
Professor Matthew Cohen is an invited speaker to the conference "Still in the Game": The State of Indonesian Art History in the 21st Century at Cornell University, USA, on 21-23 April. The conference celebrates the 50th anniversary of the publication of the seminal Art in Indonesia, by Claire Holt. Professor Cohen will be speaking on 'Wayang in Museums' in a special panel on Indonesian puppetry.

Jasmin Vardimon's Dance Theatre: Movement, Memory and Metaphor

Jasmin Vardimon's Dance Theatre: Movement, Memory and Metaphor
Date
25/03/2017
Location:
London Road Building, London South Bank University, Newsroom, SE1 6LN
Description
As part of The Culture Capital Exchange's 7th annual Inside Out Festival (24-25 March 2017), Dr Libby Worth launches her new book 'Jasmin Vardimon's Dance Theatre: Movement, Memory and Metaphor'.This new book by Libby Worth (Royal Holloway) published by Routledge will be launched during the festival accompanied by an 'in-conversation' with acclaimed choreographer, Jasmin Vardimon, Libby Worth and Geoffrey Colman, (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama). A leading force in British dance theatre for nearly twenty years, Jasmin Vardimon has built a reputation for challenging, exciting and visually stunning dance. Her company enjoys critical acclaim and sell-out performances all over the world.

Finalists Festival - "Inarticulate" by Touch

Finalists Festival - "Inarticulate" by Touch
Date
23/03/2017
Location:
Caryl Churchill Theatre
Description
As part of Finalists' Festival, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance are proud to present: Inarticulate by Touch Theatre CompanyTouch Theatre Company present a physical theatre piece exploring the difficulties and fears surrounding the discussion of race.
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