THE ART OF CARE-FULL PRACTICE
Sun 5th March // 10.30am - 7pm
University of Glasgow
The Art of Care-full Practice: Taking care of others and the self in participatory performance
The Art of Care-full Practice is an intimate, one day symposium.
The symposium responds to the fact that the involvement of non-professional participants is a key mode of performance making. Questions to be explored include:
- How do we ensure the practice of working with non-professional participants in the processes and production of performance is ethical?
- How do we care for the other(s) in work that might be difficult, challenging, demanding?
- How do we care for the self in work that requires complex configuration of aesthetics, relations and responsibilities?
The symposium schedule includes:
- Short provocations from key thinkers in the field, including Simon Murray, Laura Gonzalez and Stephen Greer
- Long-table discussions
- Care café
- Screening of Quarantine’s film Winter. accompanied by a dialogue between Richard Gregory and Michael Brady
- Film documentation of the work of Adrian Howells
- Demonstration of emerging work from Nic Green, the first recipient of the first recipient of the Adrian Howells Award for Intimate Practice
To ensure that the symposium provides a care-full space for dialogue, discussion and debate, numbers are limited to 50.
As places are very limited, we ask any interested individuals to make an application to take part in the symposium.
Those allocated a place will be asked for their participation in all of the day’s activities from 10.30am - 7pm.
To enable access, the symposium is free, with symposium costs being met by the host organisations.
There will be an optional Supper for participants from 7.30pm – 10.00pm.
Applications to the Art Of Care-Full Practice are now closed.
The organisers are aiming to bring together a rich mix of performance practitioners, researchers and students to take part in the symposium. Therefore we invite interested individuals to complete a short application form.
We will advise applicants by Friday 10th February as to whether they have been allocated a place at the symposium.
The symposium is organised by Dee Heddon, Simon Murray, Laura Bissell and Laura Gonzales, and is hosted by the University of Glasgow, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Glasgow School of Art.