CONF: Capturing Process? Practice Research in the Arts, Kingston Univ., London, 29 June 2011

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May 9, 2011, 2:07:36 PM5/9/11
The Practice Research Unit at Kingston University London, will be launched on June 29th with a conference day entitled:

Capturing Process? Practice Research in the Arts

Capturing Process? is a One Day Symposium on Practice Research within the Creative Arts, with speakers covering Music, Musicology, Composition, Dance, Drama, Perfomrance, Film, Digital Arts and Music Education.

Keynote Address: Professor Robin Nelson (CSSD)

Reg Bailey Building RB7
Kingston University, London
June 29 2011

Penrhyn Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey KT1 2EE

For more information and a full programme go to:

The inaugural event of Kingston University's Practice Research Unit aims to raise what has been, perhaps, the most challenging question of recent work within the creative arts: if process is a unifying and consolidating element between practice and non-practice research, between work and reflection, between analysis, reflection and work, then how do we capture it to then share it with examiners, researchers and collaborators?

Keynote Address: Robin Nelson (Central School of Speech and Drama)

Session 1: Capturing Process
Confirmed speakers include John Irving (IMR), Simon Ellis (Roehampton)

Session 2: Defining Practice: Rehearsing Applied Strategies

Round Table: Reflections on 'Capturing' a Dynamic Process

PhD Show: including students from dance, drama, film, music and performance practice research unit launch and wine reception

Speakers cover all creative arts sibject areas, including: music, dance, film, digital arts, drama, performance arts.

�5 waged / �2 unwaged / KU members free

To register:

For more information please contact Dr. Helen Julia Minors, h.minors at

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