UPDATE: Improvisation Continuums: theorising practice across disciplines (UK) (no deadline noted; 4/12/07-4/14/07)

full name / name of organization: 
Dennis R \(CCI\)
contact email: 
rdennis@glam.ac.uk

Improvisation Continuums: theorising practice across disciplines
Date: 12 - 14 April 2007
Hosted by: Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries, University
of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, South Wales UK
Venue: Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, North Road, Cardiff

This interdisciplinary conference seeks to engage in theory development
on improvisation.
Confirmed Keynotes include Stephen Nachmanovtich (www.freeplay.com) and
Al Wunder.

The inaugural Improvisation Continuums conference recognizes the key
role that improvisation is playing in debates about creative practice
and theory, and is dedicated to providing a forum for discussion and
debate about the re-emerging place of improvisation in arts practice.

This event aims to facilitate dialogue and examine contemporary
expressions of improvisation.

There are five elements that are emerging as key frames for debate:
1. Finding edges: Unpacking the ways in which structure can
liberate creativity and risk
2. Body|Space|Content: Convergences in the concepts of musician,
dancers and actors in performance
3. Image, Sound, Feeling: Documenting improvised
performance/Documentation as improvisation
4. Listening, seeing and other elements of communicating:
audience/performer, audience/audience, performer/performer interactivity
and meaning making; and
5. A question of teaching: the improviser as learner

See website for information about early bird rates and abstracts for
panels and workshops http://www.glam.ac.uk/impro2007 or email
impro2007_at_glam.ac.uk
Registrations are now opened.

Dr Rea Dennis
Convenor
Improvisation Continuums Conference
12-14 April 2007

Senior Lecturer, Drama
Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries
The University of Glamorgan
Pontypridd CF37 1DL
+44 1443 483422
Impro2007_at_glam.ac.uk

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