The Stanislavski Centre and Stanislavski Studies is supporting and co-presenting the following one-day event.
Practise, Reflect, Share: Ways into Research
Saturday 17th June 9am-5pm
Aimed primarily at those involved in the training of performers, directors, designers and technicians, this one-day event hosted by Rose Bruford College offers a unique opportunity to meet with colleagues and explore ways of highlighting, discussing and reflecting on your work as teachers, practitioners and researchers.
Activities will include presentations and provocations, round-table discussions and a chance to meet with colleagues and explore ways of collaborating, sharing good practice and disseminating your work, especially as research. Guest speakers and presenters at this event include Miguel Mera, Aleks Sierz and Talia Rodgers.
The event will explore practice as research but if you are interested in text-based publishing and are unsure of who to approach or the best way of going about this, there will be an opportunity to meet with the editors of a range of journals including Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, Stanislavski Studies, Theatre and Performance Design and the Journal of Embodied Research.
This is a perfect event for colleagues interested in seeking advice and support in developing and publishing their work.
Admission is free. Tea and Coffee will be available throughout the day and lunch and snacks will be available from the Rose Bruford Café.
Reception: 9.15 – 9.45 Registration (Coffee available)
Barn Theatre: 9.45 Welcome – Paul Fryer/David Shirley
Barn Theatre: 10.00 Keynote Presentation: Miguel Mera: From Practice to Reflection
This will be followed a discussion of varying modes of dissemination and ways of sharing discoveries and insights in the broader research/training context.
Lamorbey House 11.00 Coffee/Tea and Biscuits
LH 01, 02, 04, 04A 11.30 – 13.00 Round Table Discussions:
Paul Allain, Chris Baugh, Jane Boston, Paul Fryer, Talia Rodgers, Aleks Sierz, David Shirley, Ben Spatz, Libby Worth
- Mentoring and early Stage Research
- Networking and Publishing
- Practice and Research
Each roundtable will include an editor/associate editor from one of the journals/publications represented at the event.
13.00 to 14.00 Lunch – available to purchase from the Rose Bruford Café
LH 04A 14.00 Introducing Digital Theatre Plus – Talia Rodgers
LH 04A 14.15 Plenary Discussion – Chaired by Aleks Sierz
involving 6 x 5 min inputs the editors of the journals hosting the event as well as colleagues wishing to offer insights/provocations related to specific disciplines/skills – e.g. voice, movement or acting; technical training; design etc.
15.15 Coffee/Tea and move to one of the following Workshop Discussions:
LH 01, 02, 04, 04A
- There is something I want to say about my practice/teaching, but don’t know how to say it
- I know what I want to say about my practice/teaching, but don’t know where to say it
- I have said something about my practice in the past, but don’t know where to go next
Delegates will be asked to select which workshop they wish to join at the start of the day
LH 04A 16.30 Closing comments/observations
Our keynote speaker
Miguel Mera is a composer of music for the moving image and a musicologist. His film and television music has been screened and broadcast around the world. He is the author of Mychael Danna’s The Ice Storm: A Film Score Guide, co-editor of European Film Music and The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound, as well as the editor of the “Invention/Re-invention” issue of Music, Sound and the Moving Image and co-editor of a special issue of Ethnomusicology Forum entitled “Screened Music: Global Perspectives.” He serves on the editorial boards of Music, Sound, and the Moving Image, Music and the Moving Image, The Journal of Film Music, and The Soundtrack. Miguel is a Reader in the Department of Music and Associate Dean (Research and Enterprise) at City, University of London.